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Why are some CDs from trusted sellers so cheap? 7 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 0  
I noticed that some trusted sellers from China sell mini LP CDs cheaper than the official obi price. Why is that so? I mean, these aren't supposed to be counterfeits, but still are considerably cheaper.

A couple of years ago I bought several cheap mini LPs, and these were mostly recordings that, in my opinion, are less popular. For example, Iggy Pop, The Damned, less popular records by the Kinks, Motorhead. But still... why are they so cheap?
 
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Re:Why are some CDs from trusted sellers so cheap? 7 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0  
Thank you for the explanation. I bought Metallica CDs from such a seller and I see they are exactly the same as the ones that I had bought from Japan.
 
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Sometimes are not exactly the same and they have a stiker over the bar code meaning that are not for sale.
 
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