Popplers Music Piano Trade-Up Program

We want to make it easy for you to upgrade your piano through the years as you progress as a piano player! We offer the most appealing trade up program in the country! Here are our Trade-Up program details:

Digital Pianos: 100% Credit toward a piano of twice the value in the first 5 years

Acoustic Pianos: 100% Credit toward a piano of twice the value in the first 10 years.

Hybrid Pianos: Avant | Disklavier | TransAcoustic | Silent Piano - 85% Credit toward a piano of twice the value in the first 10 years.


Visa - Mastercard - Discover - American Express - Apple Pay

Yes. Bank wire customers and mail in checks receive a 1.5% discount off their entire order.

Contact us for instruction on mail-in-check or bank wire instructions.

Financing | Leasing

Absolutely! We use the Piano Credit Company who specializes in financing for pianos. The rates hover around 9%, we always offer a 12 month interest free option, and we at times have promotions that include 24 months at 0%. Credit checks can be completed by phone or on our financing page in just a few minutes, and we usually receive an answer instantaneously or within 30 minutes if they need to do a manual review. Call 701-746-7471 or go to our financing page to start the financing process.

Absolutely! We offer a lease-to-own program on all of our entry level digital pianos! Here are the highlights:

- 85% of every payment goes toward owning the instrument

- Payments usually range between $42-$55/mo

- 6 month minimum term, after 6 months the lease goes month to month and you are allowed to return the piano whenever you'd like, or keep making payment to the end of the lease term and you will own the instrument.

- Early payoff is an option as well.

- Trade-up: We will give you 100% of the credit you build up on your piano toward a new piano of at least 2 times the value within the terms of our piano trade-up program.

Returns and exchanges

If you are unsatisfied with any part of your purchase, you may return any or all items in clean, resaleable condition with a copy of the invoice enclosed for a refund of returned products. Please report any mistakes or defective items within 15 days of receipt so we can make prompt replacements.

Customers will be responsible for shipping costs back to Popplers Music.

Defective or Damaged Material

Please inspect your order upon receiving it. If material is defective, please let us know what the defect is so we can inspect your replacement before sending it to you. If material is damaged, please contact us and we will notify UPS of any damaged packages. UPS may want to inspect it so please retain the damaged items and all packaging materials. As Yamaha, Popplers Music, and shipping companies are very careful with your piano, it is a rare case that it is damaged in the shipping process; however, in that rare event, we will get you a new piano with no defects for you to enjoy asap!

Special Orders

Customers with a special order if returned after our ability to cancel the order with the manufacturer will be charged a 10% restocking fee on the purchase price of the model.

Shipping policy

We offer fast, FREE shipping in all 48 continental United States.

All 50 United States

If we have the piano in stock we can ship the piano same day and you can expect your piano in 3-5 business days.

If we have to order your piano and Yamaha has to make your piano, it can take 2-4 weeks.

Covid has caused delays in shipping. We will make sure to update you after you place your order on wait times. Feel welcome to reach out to us with any questions as well!

Contact us using your preferred method of communication and we will arrange a return for you.

Why Yamaha Pianos?

Absolutely! Where do we even start with Yamaha in regard to their amazing pianos?!

Yamaha started out making organs back in the late 1800s. Mr. Yamaha himself saw an organ in a classroom and thought, "Wow, we should be making these right here in Japan!" Being a brilliant and tenacious inventor, he went to work making the best organ he could. Yamaha's curiosity lead him down the path of making upright pianos and then eventually grand pianos in the 1890s. This was the start of what eventually would become the largest musical instrument manufacturer in the world.

Yamaha has been making pianos for over 130 years and with that experience they have developed some of the best pianos in the world today. From 1990 to 2010 Yamaha underwent a research and development process where they completely re-engineered their pianos. Yamaha started with their handmade premium CFX concert grand piano and took everything they learned to improve all of their acoustic piano series.

Yamaha has become the majority favorite at the world stage. For example, the highest level musicians in the world are beginning to prefer Yamaha to any other brand. In 2016 at the prestigious International Chopin Competition, 70 out of 151 competitors chose Yamaha’s CFX 9’ Concert Grand Piano to perform on, making it the most popular piano on stage out of four available brands. Out of the top 10 finalists, 7 performers chose Yamaha as their piano of choice to perform with. During this competition, there were 3 special prize awards, 2 of which were awarded to Yamaha performers. The winner of the competition, Seong-Jin Cho, ultimately performed on a brand that was not Yamaha, but later selected a Yamaha CFX for his prize recital in Paris.

Now that you are aware of their highest level acoustic pianos, keep in mind that quality and attention to detail flows all the way through their digital pianos from entry-level to Clavinova to their Hybrid piano models. With any of Yamaha's pianos, you will enjoy decades of music making.

Most people are not aware of Yamaha's commitment to education and quality, but now you know. Yamaha has truly developed pianos that are deserving of the title "Best Pianos in the World."

General Questions

Popplers Music is located in Grand Forks ND and in Sioux Falls SD (stop by anytime!).

We have a long history as a brick and mortar store as we opened back in 1909! However, as online shopping becomes more popular we are doing our best to provide great service online. This also allows us to serve and help people enjoy a lifetime of music from all around the country! Even though we may not have a store in your state, it is our Popplers' Promise to you that we always maintain great customer service in every way we can.

Yes, we have Yamaha product experts who have been trained by Yamaha to know our pianos forward and backward, inside and out. Our staff is comprised of practicing musicians and teachers as well so ask if they know any piano tips too!

An acoustic piano is a traditional piano made of wood, strings, hammers, and cast iron frame that you have to tune on a regular basis. The proper terms for this kind of piano is called an acoustic piano.

Other terms for this type of piano are called: upright pianos, spinets, and consoles.

Weighted actions are ideal (yes they are good!) for anyone looking to purchase a digital piano to learn piano. Weighted actions provide resistance in the key action to help feel closer to that of an acoustic piano. For example, the low notes of the piano have a little bit more resistance than that of the high notes on the piano.

Piano teachers recommend, if not require, at least weighted action pianos at home before you start lessons. It really is important when learning piano to at least have a weighted action digital piano, although it is tempting to spend less money on a non-weighted action digital piano.

More on this, as the price goes up on digital pianos one of the main things that usually changes is a better weighted-action. There is so much nuance in the action of acoustic pianos that digital pianos do the best they can to represent and recreate the feeling of an acoustic piano.

Yamaha, being that they have some of the best acoustic pianos in the world, does their best to make their digital pianos feel as close to their acoustic pianos as they can. They do an amazing job at this and people are always impressed with the feel of Yamaha digital pianos.

Yes. If you'd like pay with two different cards, please place your order over the phone with one of our piano experts at 701-746-7471. Check out our store hours to make sure we are around to help you!

Yes. Popplers Music ensures that our customers' purchases are secure. We use secure encryption and fraud protection for all credit card transactions. All sensitive data is encrypted using 256-bit Secure Socket Layers (SSL).

We keep your information 100% private and confidential. We have secure servers that keep your information safe.