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Amazon customers can get up to 50% off products through its 'secret' shops

Amazon customers can get up to 50% off products through its 'secret' shops

You might not even know it exists

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The buzz of the Boxing Day sales is no longer what it once was, with there always something seemingly on sale somewhere that we shop.

But the idea of a permanent reduction in prices is enough to entice anyone - and you might not even know about this particular one.

It concerns Amazon, which quietly has a massive 20 percent off all products on a particular section of its website.

Still somewhat of a secret, customers can get big savings through the Amazon Warehouse.

The Amazon website.
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The only catch to it is that it is made up solely of used and returned products that people have sent back to Amazon.

Amazon says it makes sure anything returned that is not quite right is given the TLC it needs before being re-packaged and put up for sale.

You can buy all sort so there including laptops (both Windows and Mac), iPads, AirPods, Samsung Galaxy phones, kettles, blenders, and Ninja air fryers.

Amazon says: "At Amazon Warehouse we give returned products a second life.

"We thoroughly check the quality of each item and take the time to inspect all products and test and repair if necessary before selling on.

"Save buying quality used, open-box products with a hassle-free return process and statutory legal warranty."

Amazon Warehouse products are eligible for free delivery as well as stored, packed and dispatched by Amazon itself.

Items are listed are being in one of four conditions: used - like new; used - very good; used - good; and used - acceptable.

It follows a similar pattern to any item you might have bought or sold on eBay.

Amazon app.
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There's also another section of the Amazon website that the likes of Martin Lewis' Money Saving Expert team have said is worth checking out - this time we're talking about Amazon Outlet.

Similar to Amazon Warehouse, Amazon Outlet lists overstocked items at discount prices. So what you're getting is brand new.

The main purpose behind it is to let Amazon or other sellers using Amazon to shift stock they no longer want.

Discounts of up to 50 percent are an almost daily occurrence on Amazon Outlet.

There's a variety of products on there including gaming accessories, clothing, books, toys, and even herbs and spices.

You can also expect to come across a lot of seasonal goods once a holiday has gone by, so if you want to stock up in advance of next Christmas, it could be worthwhile having a look.

Those using Amazon Outlet will receive the standard statutory rights as with any Amazon purchase.

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