Amazon Has a Secret Online Outlet Filled With Unbelievable Discounts

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Ever wonder what happens when Amazon buys too many of a certain item? Those clearance products end up in the mega retailer's very own treasure trove of discounted finds. This "secret" site—known as the Amazon Outlet—offers a ton of unbelievable sales on everything from overstocked furniture to fashion to tech gear. We're talking hundreds and hundreds of best-selling products at up to 60% off!

Does Amazon have an outlet store?

Yes, but it's not a place you can rifle through bargain bins at IRL. Instead of hitting a traditional brick-and-mortar outlet, shoppers can score significantly discounted items on Amazon from the comfort of their home. The Amazon Outlet is an online store that's a bit tough to navigate to from the Amazon homepage. On the hidden page, you'll find overstock inventory and all of Amazon's markdowns and close-out deals at prices that are 10% to 60% off or more. Shoppers can take their pick from all product categories, including fashion, home, tech and beyond, plus options from popular name brands from UGG to Alo Yoga.

The sheer amount of options is enough to overwhelm even the most experienced bargain buyer, so we rounded up some of the best overstock deals we found on the Amazon Outlet right now. Shop them below, then check out our guides to Amazon Prime's Early Access Sale —happening October 11 and 12 —for even more great deals.

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Our Favorite Amazon Outlet Deals:

What Is the Difference Between Amazon Outlet and Amazon Warehouse?

Amazon Outlet sells overstock and clearance items, while Amazon Warehouse sells open-box items, refurbished items and returned items. If you're looking for a greater discount, know that Amazon Warehouse items often offer deeper cuts since the items come used or pre-opened. The site also uses labels to give shoppers a quick understanding of the product's condition based on Amazon's quality grading process. If you're looking for even more ways to save money, you can check out Amazon's Coupon Page.

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