Best Buy recently announced that it will be pulling CDs from its stores due to an overwhelming drop in sales.
Target is expected to follow suit.
Despite the fact that more and more people are resorting to streaming services and vinyl to get their music, many were shocked and upset by Best Buy's decision to pull CDs from its stores.
Best Buy, formerly one of the biggest music merchandisers in the United States, has plans to pull CDs from all of its stores by July 1, Billboard reported.
CD sales fell 18.5% last year, as steaming became the dominant format for more and more U.S. consumers. But this substantial decline could accelerate as Best Buys says it will stop selling all CDs; and Target will reportedly follow ...
Best Buy has reportedly made the decision to stop carrying physical CDs in their stores starting later this year. Effective July 1, the retailer will no longer sell CDs, but they will continue to carry vinyl for at least the next tw...
Physical CDs Won’t Be Available At Best Buy For Long It’s a sad day for music lovers. Best Buy notified music suppliers recently that they are going to cease selling CDs at stores beginning on July 1. According to Billboard