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    Why hunt around for used cases when you can buy new ones with a lot less hassle? Here's a link, but you can find them on Amazon too:

    http://www.sleevecityusa.com/Chubby-...l3to4cd-uk.htm

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    Wow, I think I am getting these cases for less than $2 each at Dearborn Music.
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    Would you ever use 10 x Triple CD Jewel Cases? It might be worth checking the local market to see if the "cheap CD seller" is selling them individually. If not, see if he might be open to buying 9 x Triple CD Jewel Cases...

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    Quote Originally Posted by christomacin View Post
    Can anyone on this site help me? I've just ordered a bunch of CDs on Amazon and I've received several with broken jewel cases that are very difficult to replace. Full-sized CD jewel cases are getting harder to come by these days, and multi-disc jewel cases are rarer still. I have plenty of empty single disc cases that I've saved over the years, but that doesn't help me with multi-disc sets, of which I have a very limited number. I've pretty much used up the few of those I had, and now I don't have any more to replace the broken ones. Actually, all I really need are the plastic spines in the center (with teeth to hold discs 2 and 3). The outer clear plastic parts and holding trays I have plenty of, although I'd take those too, if you had them. Even if no one has this, can anyone give me a suggestion where I could go to find old jewel cases (aside from Ebay and maybe Amazon)?

    P.S. Does any one have any Philips 3-4 disc jewel cases? I have the Complete Mozart Edition on CD and would like to replace those specifically with the burnt-red Philips jewel cases that came with those sets. I would need two 4-discs sets jewel case spines in that color. I could get by with regular black ones, but I'd like to replace them with the same color if possible.
    ...HA! Nice try! I'm not getting rid of mine - I tell you that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz Kobus View Post
    Wow, I think I am getting these cases for less than $2 each at Dearborn Music.
    I presume that you have to pay a little more if you buy them individually.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mal View Post
    Would you ever use 10 x Triple CD Jewel Cases? It might be worth checking the local market to see if the "cheap CD seller" is selling them individually. If not, see if he might be open to buying 9 x Triple CD Jewel Cases...
    I always keep a stash. Jewel cases break now and then, so it is good to keep some in handy, including for the multi-disc boxes.
    Last edited by Tulse; May-17-2018 at 15:23.

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    I still make CDs from LPs, downloads and other CDs. I buy multi-CD cases from Square Deal Online. They have been the most reliable source I know, far better than retail outlets or their online stores and Amazon.

    https://www.squaredealonline.com/Default.asp

    I agree with those that say to hoard cases. If you have any you know they inevitably break.
    Last edited by larold; May-17-2018 at 20:52.

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    I was just at Dearborn Music and noted the empty CD case prices FYI:

    1CD case $0.49 each

    2CD case $0.79 each

    3CD case $0.99 each

    4CD case $1.59 each

    6CD case $1.99 each (apparently out of stock)
    Last edited by Fritz Kobus; Jun-16-2018 at 17:31.
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    I've had a lot of cracked and damaged jewel cases when getting CDs from Amazon. But I'm not sending them back to the USA, so there they sit on my shelves very damaged. Unacceptable really.

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