How to Buy Classic Christmas Vinyl Records Online

One of the many things that makes the holiday season so special is the great music. Each year, artists record both classic and new Christmas songs. There really is nothing like the original albums, though. You probably won't be able to buy these records from a local music store. Luckily, there are plenty of places online that sell popular and hard-to-find Christmas vinyl records. Use these websites to find your favorite albums and you'll be reliving the days of Christmas past in no time.


Step 1

Search for old Christmas records on the Global E-Commerce Magic Marketplace. (See Resources below for all sources listed in this article.) Browse carefully as vinyl records are sold together with classic CDs and cassette tapes. Click on the name of the album to read more information. To purchase the album, click the “Add to Shopping Cart” link at the bottom of the description.

Step 2

Buy Christmas vinyl records from Thursday's Golden Goodies. Thursday's sells hundred of Christmas records alone. Some of the all-time greats, such as Gene Autry, Nat King Cole and Perry Como can be found on this website. Scroll through the pages of albums and click on the available link to learn more or select the “Add to Cart” tab to buy it.

Step 3

Browse through the Christmas records listed on Augies Records. Augies sells hundreds of classic and newer Christmas vinyls. Most are singles (45s) but you will find some LPs mixed in as well. To order one or more albums, follow the instructions listed at the top of the page. You can also email Augies at for more information.

Step 4

Find your favorite classic Christmas records on eBay. Use eBay to search for popular Christmas vinyls (Bing Crosby, for example) or if you're looking for any one specific record. You can also search through the hundreds of Christmas records that come up when you perform a random search.

Step 5

Buy Christmas records from Amazon. It may seem “too obvious” to search here but Amazon lists dozens of pages of LPs for sale. You can also use the search option at the top of the screen to locate a specific record.

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Andrew Smith has been a freelance writer since 2006, specializing in sports and technology. His work has appeared on various online sites. Smith has a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Pennsylvania State University.

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