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#56 The Magic that is Amazon Warehouse (And Renewed!) 📦

Jonathan Podcast

We’ve found an easy way to save 20%, 30%, even 50% on Amazon orders! Here it is…

 

What is Amazon Warehouse?

Amazon Warehouse is how Amazon sells items that have been returned or have been (very) slightly damaged. And of course, these items aren’t sold at full price, meaning you can save big bucks!

We’ve saved hundreds of dollars using Amazon Warehouse – and it’s not like we’re huge Amazon shoppers! We’ve scored an Instant Pot for 30% off, an Otterbox phone case for 25% off, and even a kids’ play kitchen for over 50% off!

What Type of Products Can You Get From Amazon Warehouse?

If Amazon sells, it, there’s a good chance you can find it in Amazon Warehouse. Now, you might not find the exact product you’re looking for – you might have to get a different model or brand, but you’d also be surprised at how often the exact thing you’re looking for is available! It’s a standard part of our shopping on Amazon to check to see if what we want is available through Warehouse, and if it is, we always get it from there.

What Condition are Amazon Warehouse Items In?

There’s in AWESOME condition. We hardly ever even know they aren’t brand new. Most of the time, you’ll see the condition listed as used in original packaging with “some damage to the packaging.” That means you’re getting a discount because the box you are planning to recycle/throw away has a dent or scratch on it! And in our experience, when the listing says the item may have small cosmetic flaws (a scratch or something) we can hardly ever find it.

Sounds Great! How Do I Use Amazon Warehouse?

There are a few different ways. The first is searching within the Amazon Warehouse category right from the Amazon search box.

 

You can browse the Amazon Warehouse:

You can also search for the item you’re looking for, and checking to see if there are any “used” items being sold by Amazon Warehouse. Here’s how:

 

Amazon also sells refurbished items through the Amazon Renewed program. Click here to check it out.