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Amazon’s Warehouse 20% discount is back

…albeit not as generous as last time

Good news and bad news, deal hunters. First, the good: Amazon is offering 20% off “like new” and “used” products from across its Warehouse range. The bad news? It’s far more restrictive than it was last year. 
Last time out, Amazon would discount 20% off anything, but this time it’s only “select products”. You might be thinking that spells the stuff they can’t sell for love nor money, but there are real bargains in the mix and you can browse them all here.
I’m going to list some examples now, but the chances are they’ll be sold out by the time you get around to clicking. That’s just the nature of the Amazon Warehouse: limited quantities and when it’s gone, it’s gone. There are over 100,000 items, though, so there are bound to be some bargains in there.
At the time of writing, for example, you can buy a set of AirPods in “used – very good” condition for £147.87. If you’re not freaked out by the idea of used AirPods, adding them to the basket will make the new price £118.30.
Likewise, a Fitbit Versa drops from £120.71 to £96.57 and a Galaxy Watch goes from £185.07 to £148.06. If you’re in the market for a new monitor, this 24in Asus beast drops from £151.18 to £120.94. Best of all, this used 13in MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is supposed to be £961.62, but with the 20% discount comes to £769.30.
Again, these deals may be gone by the time you get there, but the Warehouse is constantly turning over stock, so it’s worth checking in a few times per day. All 20% off deals are marked in the listings like this:
…so you shouldn’t be able to miss them. Note that’s the pre-discount price. Why Amazon doesn’t encourage sales by putting the discounted rate is anybody’s guess, but I suppose billionaire Jeff Bezos must know what he’s doing.
The Warehouse sale will be running from now until midnight on Monday 2 December. Happy hunting!
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