Amazon Warehouse - Bargain Amazon Returns!





Looking for an extra special Amazon deal? If so take a look at the Amazon Warehouse Deals Page....


This particular part of the Amazon site, isn't as well know as the main site, the links to it are pretty hidden away from all the content on the main site, but is a clearance Amazon site, which offers discounts on returned/exchanged/slightly damaged products.


You may find that some items have damaged boxes, possibly missing instructions, basically non pristine items, which can't be sold as brand new, the listings will tell you about the product condition, by categorising them into condition groups:


Used – Like New 

A 'like new' item is in near perfect condition – there may be a slight defect on the packaging from either being returned or damaged in the warehouses.


Used – Very Good

Any cosmetic damage – e.g minor cosmetic imperfection on top, front or sides of item. Item may come in original packaging as damaged or have been repackaged.


Used – Good

A 'good' item will show slight signs of use and might have large cosmetic damage or blemishes and/or missing accessories. It’s possible the packaging has been replaced so that the product is protected for transit.


Used – Acceptable

'Acceptable' items will show wear or major cosmetic damages such as cracks, holes or dents, but should still be usable. Again, it’s possible the packaging has been replaced so that the product is protected for transit.


The manufacturers guarantee may no longer be valid and that's worth considering. Amazon do however, have a 30 day return policy and so if you are not satisfied with your purchase, you'll be able to return it for a full refund within 30 days.


The products available vary from day to day, due to stocks depending on what has been returned to Amazon, and the massively discounted bargains do tend to go very fast, so it's a site you need to on a regular basis, if looking for a deal!


All in all, this is a good way to grab yourself a bargain, if you aren't fussed about a damaged box etc. The box goes in the bin anyway, so I would much rather save a few pounds, than have a nice shiny box!



If you scan this QR code, it will take you to the Amazon Warehouse site..