If you have a collection of old vinyl records that are collecting dust, it’s high time to research what they’re worth nowadays. Old collectors and young hipsters alike would pay a pretty penny for limited-release titles or coveted first pressings.
The Record Sale Day is a yearly national event that attracts people from all walks of life willing to buy vinyl records at surprising prices. If you’re ever in the area you might want to check it out and bring your collection with you!
Some might net you as little as 50 cents, but take a 1956 self-titled Elvis Presley album, which is currently listed on the Reverb LP marketplace for $105. For $179 you could even buy a shrink wrap Purple Rain album, by Prince.