Vinyl Lover’s shopping experience should be as smooth as possible. The albums listed in the shop are in ‘good’ to ‘very good’ condition, but not ‘mint’ or in original seal. Remember, think ‘glorified garage sale’. Generally, only have one of each in stock so when it’s gone, it’s gone for good.
Below are our most frequently asked questions. If you have a question that is not included below, please send us a message »
At the moment, Vinyl Lover only accepts Paypal payments (to a Confirmed Address). You can pay with your credit card even if you don’t have a PayPal account. We may consider additional methods of payment in the future.
No, at the moment Vinyl Lover only ships via USPS (media mail) to the 48 contiguous states. However, we may consider alternative shipping methods & rates in the future.
Our rate (via USPS media mail) is $4 per album to cover shipping & handling costs. Vinyl Lover can send up to three albums in one shipment. Additional albums (over 3 purchased in one order) will be sent in separate shipments; each shipment will include tracking confirmation.
Soon as Paypal payment is received, expect 1-2 days for us to prepare your order. You can expect to receive your package in 2 to 9 days. On average, media mail packages are received in 5 to 7 business days. Remember, once your item ships you will also receive a confirmation tracking number. In order to make sure there are no delays with your order, please make sure you have a confirmed address associated with your Paypal payment.
Purchased vinyl will be shipped in standard 200# cardboard record mailers that can accommodate 1-3 albums each. Each album will also be encased in either bubble wrap or foam wrapping.
There is no return policy. All vinyl sales are final. If you don’t plan on actually listening to the vinyl but want to frame the album cover art or have another novelty use for your purchase, feel free to look for more ideas here »
Most pricing is determined by the Goldmine Record Album Price Guide 6th ed. Additional competitive pricing methods may have been considered in pricing when conducting online research for rare or vintage vinyl.