Liquidation stores purchase overstock, shelf pulls, and customer return items in bulk and sell them to the public. Inventory often comes from Amazon, general merchandise stores like Target and Walmart, hardware stores like Home Depot and Lowe’s, drug stores like CVS and Walgreens, and many more. There are so many locations but it can be difficult to find liquidation stores near you. Hopefully this website will be helpful so you can find great stuff at a discount. Liquidation stores sell items at a fixed price, but there are also bin stores where prices drop daily.

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Liquidation stores often have a good mixture of products for sale. Furniture, home goods, bedding, food, tools, outdoor accessories, pet supplies, DVDs, video games, electronics, sporting goods, and more are often available. The items are sold at less than retail price. Sometimes items are damaged or broken so it is always a good idea to check the items before you purchase them.

Finding a great deal at a liquidation store is a wonderful feeling.  Stores usually will advertise selling their products for a percentage off the retail sales price.  It is a good idea to check out different stores in your area so you can find the places with the best items for sale and the best prices.  

Something to watch out for is rising prices, especially as a store grows in popularity.  Most liquidation stores have customers looking to resell items and people looking for deals for their own personal use.  Prices of doing business will drive up prices for sure, but some stores put their prices outrageously high.  The great thing is that most areas have multiple discount stores in the nearby area, so customers have choices.