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Recycled Records: Reno’s Vinyl Source Since 1978


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Located in the heart of Midtown is Reno’s longest-running used vinyl record shop, Recycled Records.

Since 1978, Recycled has been providing the area with used vinyl but they also offer more than just records.

“At Recycled Records we specialize in used and out-of-print records, tapes, CDs, videos and DVDs, but we also sell tickets to local shows and other music-related merchandise,” said Doege, who purchased Recycled in 1980.

“While many “record stores” don’t have much vinyl any more, we’re proud to say that almost half our store space is dedicated to records,” he added. “That’s more than 50,000 pieces of black (and other) plastic for your perusal! We have Northern Nevada’s largest selection of LPs and 45s in every category that your ears can imagine.  Plus, we take in hundreds of records every week.”

The store has ongoing deals:

  • Buy any 2 CDs and /or DVDs (or 1 of each) and they’ll knock off $2 and include the tax.
  • Buy any 4 cassettes and Recycled usually knocks off a at least a buck and includes the tax
  • Spend at least $20 on a few pieces of vinyl and they can usually do something to lessen the hurt…
  • Whenever you decide to go HOG WILD, and get a LOT of stuff, you’ll get these deals to start with, plus a little extra, depending on just what you’re getting.

Recycled Records is at 822 South Virginia Street. Call them at 775-826-4119 or visit them online at: http://recrecreno.com/


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