If your love affair with Vampire Weekend lasted all of a single weekend, or if you're no longer a believer in Justin Bieber, Amazon.com (AMZN) has a way out for you.
The online retail giant will now buy back your unwanted CDs. Amazon was already buying back video games, DVDs, books, and select consumer electronics through the Amazon Trade-In Program, and CDs were added to the list on Wednesday afternoon.
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As the countdown to Christmas begins, tens of thousands of Amazon workers are getting to work packaging millions of products bought from the giant online retailer. Sales show no signs of slowing down after last week's Black Friday w... Read Post