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"All's fair in love and poetry," Taylor Swift proclaimed in anticipation of her new album, "The Tortured Poets Department."

The millionaire songwriter will release four different versions of the record, each with a unique additional track.

Each version on vinyl costs $34.99. Standard delivery raises the amount to $47.99. 

For those who are fortunate enough to obtain all four copies (only the edition with extra track

The Manuscript" is still available on her website), the total at checkout will be slightly shy of $200

side from vinyl, other options include digital downloads for $11.99, CDs for $12.99,

cassettes for $19.99. It may appear to be a steep price, but Swift's followers will tell you that you can't put a price on the happiness her music brings.

"I've purchased all four," says Sarah Chapelle, a fashion influencer and author of "Taylor Swift Style: Fashion Through the Eras.

 "I've always considered myself a CD collector. I adore seeing the various lenses Taylor chooses to frame her art through, and I enjoy collecting versions."

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