*NEW* Vintage Categories Coming Soon!

When you hear the word “vintage,” what comes to mind? A 1990 Rousseau Pinot noir? A ’66 Shelby Cobra 427 SuperSnake? Here at Audiogon, we think of the AR3, the Thorens TD-124, and the Marantz 500.  And to honor the high-quality of a bygone era, we’re proud to proclaim August 2012 as the “Month of Vintage.”

Beginning Monday, July 30th, you will see the following new categories and subcategories displayed:

  • Vintage Cassettes
  • Vintage Master Tapes
  • Vintage Recorded Tapes
  • Vintage LPs
Vintage Equipment
  • Audio Players
  • Turntables
  • Tuners
  • Receivers
  • Speakers
  • Amplifiers
  • Pre-Amplifiers
  • Parts

And to kick things off, we’re offering a special promotion!  If you enter a new listing in any of the Vintage categories during August, your next regular listing is *FREE!  So dust off those old speakers, tubes, and receivers and get ready to take advantage of this offer.  They may not be new to you anymore, but they can be new to a fellow audiophile!

If you have a current listing in the Classic category, you can edit your ad to display in one of the new categories.  All listings that remain in Classic by the end of business on August 2nd will be transitioned to Vintage on August 3rd and the Classic category will be retired. If you have any questions about this or any other issue, please contact Audiogon Support here.

*Credit will applied to your account within 5 days of entering your new Vintage listing.  Accounts with unpaid balances longer than 30 days are ineligible for this promotion.  Offer valid for listings placed in Vintage Music or Vintage Equipment through August 31, 2012.

2 thoughts on “*NEW* Vintage Categories Coming Soon!

  1. Bookmarks ! ! ! ! ! A Watch list ! ! ! ! ! Where are they ? Without these, there is no way of keeping track of anything that people have for sale on this site short of keeping a hand written list or emailing a link to ones self. Come on, they were here when it quit working in January. Please, put them back. They weren’t broken, why take them away?

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