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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.
All serious coffee drinkers need their fix fast, and this Keurig machine gets the job done in minutes. It brews multiple cup sizes (4, 6, 8, 10, 12 oz), can even dispense iced coffee. For those who desire a little bit more, there's also a strong brew function.
The Ninja Mega Kitchen System is just that — mega. Thanks to a 72-ounce crushing pitcher and 8-cup food processor bowl, you can make the largest amounts of smoothies to up to two pounds of pie dough in seconds. It even chops to your heart's content. The possibilities are endless.
This television screams luxe. Because it's powered with Alexa and Google Assistant, command it play music, tell you the weather, news, Amazon shopping list and so much more. You also have the convenience of controlling your connected home and smart devices. The OLED display makes every image pop, from your video game to the game-winning touchdown.
Bissell Crosswave Pet Pro All in One Wet Dry Vacuum Cleaner and Mop
Have pets? This vac eradicates all those not-so-fun presents they leave behind (pet hair, dirt and any accidents). It mops, too, so you don't have to reach for two different tools for the ultimate clean. It even comes with two bottles of multi-surface formula. Save a wild $143 before someone else does!
For $40, you can turn the fruit sitting in your fridge into delicious soft serve for the family. The bundle comes with 36 recipes to try and it takes just two minutes to go from frozen fruit to a post-BBQ sorbet.
Paralympics gold medallist Ben Hance is among three late additions to Australia's swim team for the looming Commonweath Games.Hance, who collected gold, silver and bronze medals at last year's Tokyo Paralympics and Jack Ireland and Ruby Storm have been added to the Dolphins team.
A day after being called into NSW's extended State of Origin squad, playmaker Chad Townsend has been laid low by a bout of gastroenteritis.Townsend joined the Blues' camp in Kingscliff on Wednesday after Nicho Hynes tested positive to COVID-19.
Three teens arrested over 17-year-old Jack Beasley's fatal stabbing on the Gold Coast have walked free from court after being found not guilty of manslaughter.The trio were among five teens - aged between 15 and 18 at the time - who were charged after Jack died in December 2019, barely two weeks before Christmas.
An Australian Defence Force helicopter is on stand-by near the Hunter River as Singleton becomes the main concern in NSW's devastating floods.Emergency Management Minister Murray Watt said a flood levee in Singleton was expected to hold despite intense rain in recent days, with the helicopter stationed primarily for night-time search and rescue.
A pizza delivery driver has been slashed across the face and robbed in Melbourne's north.The 22-year-old arrived at a home in Glenroy about 12am on Thursday when a man came up behind him and threatened him with a weapon, police say.
Australia's monkeypox case numbers have grown to 17, health authorities say.The infections - currently a mix of confirmed and probable - include 11 in NSW, five in Victoria, and one in South Australia.
Sydney and the Western Bulldogs have hit the crossroads moment of their almost-there AFL seasons.Swans co-captain Dane Rampe speaks of frustration as they try to reduce the chasm between their best and worst.
A Queensland lobbyist has praised the state premier for banning him from seeking to influence her government.Annastacia Palaszczuk has barred lobbyists Evan Moorhead, Cameron Milner and David Nelson from lobbying her ministers and public servants before voters go to the polls in 2024.
Staff shortages could be eased if employers changed their approach to job applicants with a disability, the social services minister says.Amanda Rishworth wants employers to "think outside the box" when it comes to hiring processes.
About 60,000 people in NSW remain impacted by the week-long rain that has caused widespread flooding around Sydney as the low-pressure system moves north, impacting the Hunter and Mid-North Coast regions.EVACUATION WARNINGS IN PLACE FOR PARTS OF:* Croki, Coopernook, Forster Keys, Millers Forest, Duckenfield, North Macksville, Singleton, Colo, Mooney Mooney Dam, Schofields, Windsor Downs, Marsden Park, Melonba, Clarendon, South Windsor, Castlereagh.
The relationship between Russia and Australia has reached the lowest point in decades because of the government's support for Ukraine, the Russian ambassador says.Foreign Minister Penny Wong will soon come face-to-face with her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov for the first time since the invasion of Ukraine in February.
Queensland hospitals may need to suspend elective surgery again as the state faces a third COVID-19 wave, the health minister says.The latest wave has seen daily infections surge 18 per cent in the state, with 39,200 cases reported on Wednesday.
Constitutional change to give Indigenous people a greater say in national affairs has taken a step forward in Queensland as the state seeks to inform the federal process.The national Albanese government has pledged to hold a referendum on enshrining a Voice to Parliament in the constitution.
The outlook for the global economy has "darkened significantly" since April, with the head of the International Monetary Fund saying she could not rule out a possible global recession next year given the elevated risks.IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said the fund will for the third time this year downgrade its 2022 forecast for 3.
A long-running stoush between the NSW government and the rail union is heading back to the Fair Work Commission.The commission will hold a full hearing on Thursday while train services in Sydney and other areas run at reduced levels and rail workers continue industrial action.
The Hockeyroos have sealed their place in the FIH Women's World Cup quarter-finals by recording another win in Spain.3 saw off South Africa 2-1 in their final Pool D match to set up a last-eight clash next Wednesday (Thursday AEST) with the winner of the contest between the team that finishes second in Pool C and third in Pool B.
One of the oldest-known elephants in the world, Tricia, has died at Perth Zoo after a final bout of illness.The much-loved West Australian animal ambassador was a zoo icon and had welcomed visitors to the park south of the city for 60 years.
A man who allegedly struck police with a car in the early 1990s has turned himself in nearly 30 years later.Police had been tracking the 61-year-old across the country during that time and found him in Tasmania.
Simon Hart has become the third senior British minister to resign from Boris Johnson's government, stepping down from his position as Welsh Secretary.Hart's resignation came on the heels of the departure on Tuesday evening local time of the country's health and finance ministers, with many MPs from the ruling Conservative Party openly saying they want Johnson, prime minister since 2019, gone.