Every shopper worth their salt knows a good deal rarely lasts long. If you want to save big, you have to act fast — and if you're shopping in the Amazon Warehouse, you have to be ready to strike even quicker.
Unfamiliar with the Warehouse? This secret section of goodies has a ton of excellent brand-name merch — we're talking tech, kitchen items and more — all on sale. How? All Warehouse items are gently used, pre-owned or open-box. Don't let that scare you off; Amazon shares the condition before you buy, so you'll know exactly what to expect. Each product is covered by Amazon's generous return policy, so you can send it back if you're not head-over-heels.
Everything in the Warehouse is in very limited stock (sometimes there's only one of an item available!) so if you see something you like, grab it. Prices fluctuate, too.
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Thousands of religious scholars and ethnic leaders from across Afghanistan will gather this week to discuss key issues for the first time since the Taliban took power last year, as the group faced calls to ensure the meeting included women."Very soon a great gathering will be held in Kabul," Taliban administration spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said, adding that religious scholars and ethnic leaders from all provinces would participate in the meeting which clerics had called for.
While consumer confidence may somewhat be under a cloud, economists don't expect an impact on spending habits just yet.The Australian Bureau of Statistics will on Wednesday release retail trade figures for May, capturing the impact of the Reserve Bank's 25 basis point increase in the cash rate that month, its first rate hike in more than a decade.
NSW commuters are set for further delays from industrial action by rail workers as negotiations continue over pay, conditions and safety.The Rail, Tram and Bus Union is set to meet with the NSW government on Wednesday for talks on a new Korean-built intercity train fleet.
The Queensland government will adopt the recommendations of a report into its own accountability and workplace culture "lock, stock and barrel", with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk declaring "they are exactly what I want"The 131-page final report handed down by Professor Peter Coaldrake late on Tuesday made 14 recommendations, including reigning in the access and influence of lobbyists.Ms Palaszczuk said she not only welcomed the report, but embraced it.
A health staffer who worked alongside a male pedophile nurse at a Tasmanian hospital believes there was a culture among senior management of not talking about "challenging issues".An inquiry examining state government responses to child sexual abuse allegations in the public service is this week focusing on James Geoffrey Griffin.
Police say they are prepared to move quickly against climate change activists protesting in Sydney who "think the law does not apply to them" after making 21 arrests in two days.Eleven people were arrested during a second day of unauthorised demonstrations organised by climate activist group Blockade Australia, after ten were arrested on Monday.
A taskforce set up to assist complainants who had suffered abuse, harassment or bullying within the ADF encountered archival difficulties in its establishment, a royal commission has been told.An inquiry into defence and veterans suicide continues its second week of hearings in Townsville with former chair of the Defence Abuse Response Taskforce, Hon Leonard Roberts-Smith, to continue his evidence on Wednesday.
Pharmacy students and interns were an "untapped resource" before the pandemic hit, and they should be allowed to vaccinate people on a permanent basis, pharmacists say.Fourth-year students and interns were called on to bolster Victoria's COVID-19 vaccination efforts as part of a "surge workforce" under the Andrews' government's public health emergency orders.
A Queensland coroner is expected to make recommendations on how police and other agencies respond to domestic violence when she hands down findings in the inquest into the deaths of Hannah Clarke and her children.Ms Clarke was leaving her parents' home in Brisbane's Camp Hill suburb to take Aaliyah, six, Laianah, four, and Trey, three, to school when estranged husband Rowan Baxter jumped into her vehicle on February 19, 2020.
The police officer currently tasked with investigating Lynette Dawson's disappearance in January 1982 is set to face a grilling by her husband's legal team as his murder trial enters its closing phase.Detective Senior Constable Daniel Poole is expected to be the last witness in the long-running hearing and will return to the NSW Supreme Court for cross-examination on Wednesday.
Fresh from managing a power price spike and the market suspension crisis, the federal energy minister is set to address the National Press Club.Chris Bowen is expected to spruik the government's plan to transform Australia's energy market using renewables, new technology and increased storage capability during his speech on Wednesday.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine and potential conflict over Taiwan have topped Australia's concerns, according to a new poll.A large majority of Australians see China as a military threat while confidence in President Xi Jinping sits at record lows, new Lowy Institute research reveals.
Nick Kyrgios has admitted to spitting towards a "disrespectful" spectator and calling a lineswoman a "snitch" during an explosive start to his Wimbledon campaign.Kyrgios said he was fed up with being verbally and racially taunted after claiming to be the subject of more abuse during his tense five-set first-round win over British world No.
A four-storey residential building has collapsed in India's financial capital of Mumbai, killing at least 19 people, with more feared trapped under the rubble, officials say.Part of the building, located in a crowded suburb in the central part of the city, crumbled around midnight on Monday, the city's civic body BMC said.
Exhausted firefighters are searching for survivors in the rubble of a Ukrainian shopping mall where authorities say 36 people are missing after a Russian missile strike that killed at least 18.The attack, in the central city of Kremenchuk far from any frontline, drew a wave of global condemnation, with France's Emmanuel Macron among leaders who called it a "war crime".
Bank shares have boosted the Dow Jones and the S&P; 500 indexes as the big four lenders raised dividends following a stress test but a sharp drop in US consumer confidence brought to fore the risks from rising inflation.Wall Street's main indexes started the week on soft footing on worries of rising prices and an aggressive Federal Reserve dominated sentiment.
The man who wounded US president Ronald Reagan in 1981 has apologised for his actions and says he does not remember what he was feeling when he fired the shots that also wounded three others.John Hinckley Jr told CBS Mornings in his first televised interview since he was freed from all court oversight this month that he feels sorry for all the lives his actions affected.
Iga Swiatek has swiftly carried on where Ash Barty left off, delivering a clinic on Wimbledon's cent to extend her winning streak to the longest of the 21st century.Taking the traditional Tuesday centre-court opening spot reserved for the previous year's ladies champion, Swiatek also assumed the honour of filling in for the now-retired Barty in superb, record-breaking style.
Ajla Tomljanovic has saved Australia from a potential women's wipe-out with an impressive first-round Wimbledon victory.A quarter-finalist last year, Tomljanovic lived up to her status as the new Aussie No.