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Every shopper 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.
What is Amazon Warehouse?
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?
How does Amazon Warehouse work?
All Warehouse items are either renewed or used. If the item is used, it's broken down even further by item condition, so you know whether it's like new or regularly used. No surprises here — you know exactly what to expect. Plus, each product is covered by Amazon's generous return policy, so you can send it back if you're not head-over-heels.
Is it safe?
To be extra safe, make sure you check the far right of the page to ensure the item is labeled "Fulfilled by Amazon." That way, you never have to deal with a third-party seller.
How much stock is there?
Most importantly, everything in the Warehouse is first-come, first-serve, and the stock is very limited — often there is just one item available. If you see something you like, grab it. Prices fluctuate, too, so it's best to check in regularly. These are some of the best deals you'll see before Black Friday, so it might be a good time to stock up on gifts...or treat yourself!
Here are some intriguing finds currently on offer...
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Western Australia have built a 55-run lead and a draw appears a formality on the final day of their Sheffield Shield clash with Queensland at the Gabba.Cameron Bancroft (138) and Ashton Agar (38) went unbeaten into the main break, dousing any cause for Bulls excitement after two early wickets on Sunday.
Documents that may have revealed what former ministers knew about the failed robodebt scheme will not be released, a tribunal has ruled.Advocate Justin Warren first requested access to the 12 documents in 2017 under freedom of information laws but the Administrative Appeals Tribunal on Sunday decided to only release one.
The treasurer has seized on Australia maintaining its top credit rating as a stamp of approval for the government's economic policy.Fitch Ratings reaffirmed the AAA rating, saying Labor's first budget showed "restraint".
Graham Arnold is appealing for government funding and a revamp of Australian football's landscape as he contemplates his future as Socceroos coach.Arnold's contract expired when his Socceroos ended their World Cup campaign with a 2-1 loss to heavyweights Argentina in a knockout bout in Qatar.
NDIS Minister Bill Shorten says the actions of a former minister he alleges intimidated public servants were foolish.Mr Shorten said Liberal MP Stuart Robert had "inappropriately" made requests to high level public servants after media allegations surrounding his dealings with a consulting firm.
The AFL will revert to a Richmond-Carlton season opener next year after deciding against kicking off the 2023 campaign with a grand final re-match.The league confirmed its round-one fixture on Sunday morning, with the announcement cynically timed to clash with the Socceroos' blockbuster World Cup knockout match against Argentina.
Further details about what an Indigenous voice to parliament would look like and how it would impact communities will be released before the referendum.Indigenous Australians Minister Linda Burney said Australians would be "well informed" about what they were voting for when they go to the ballot box.
Former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins has spoken out on the impact the legal system has on people who come forward with sexual assault allegations.The prosecution of a man alleged to have raped Ms Higgins in Parliament House in 2019 was last week dropped due to concerns about her mental wellbeing.
Iran has begun construction on a new nuclear power plant in the country's southwest, state TV has announced, amid tensions with the US over sweeping sanctions imposed after Washington pulled out of the Islamic Republic's nuclear deal with world powers.Saturday's announcement also comes as Iran has been rocked by nationwide anti-government protests that began after the death of a young woman in police custody and have challenged the country's theocratic government.
Hundreds of people with a disability who had been forced to sit in hospital despite being ready for discharge have been able to leave.NDIS Minister Bill Shorten says an average of 1400 hospital beds across Australia every night contain people with a disability who are medically fit but unable to leave while waiting for their support package.
NSW Treasurer Matt Kean has doubled down on his drive to correct what he says is the Liberal party's poor record on gender diversity."I'd like to see our party more representative of the community and that's something I'll continue to push for," Mr Kean told Sky News on Sunday.
General practice will cease to exist unless there's a drastic overhaul of frontline medical services, the new head of Australia's peak body for GPs warns.Incoming Royal Australian College of General Practitioners president Nicole Higgins says she will spend her next two years advocating for dramatic change, with the organisation's 40,000 members "struggling" due to diminished funding and workforce shortages.
One senior minister is hopeful the Commonwealth and states and territories can come up with a solution to quell swelling energy prices when they meet this week.Bill Shorten says all options remain on the table with the stakes being too high to not reach a decision on how to act.
SNAPSHOT OF AUSTRALIA'S WORLD CUP GAME AGAINST ARGENTINA* Result: Australia 1 Argentina 2* Key moment: A rare mistake from Socceroos goalkeeper Mat Ryan proved costly when he attempted to play out from the back early in the second half. The Australia captain was under pressure from two opponents in his own box and quickly robbed of possession by Julian Alvarez, who rolled the ball into the net to make the score 2-0 in Argentina's favour.
Merely 20 years ago, Australia's oldest lawn bowls club was the setting for its highest-grossing homegrown movie, Crackerjack.It was a flick with all the right ingredients - a you-beaut cast led by funny man Mick Molloy, a quaint script about Aussie mateship and spirit, and as a backdrop, that most Australian of sporting arenas, the bowling green.
Spanish police say six letter bombs that were sent to high profile targets in recent days had been posted from the northern city of Valladolid, El Mundo newspaper reports.The devices were sent to targets including Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid, government offices, a European Union satellite company and the US embassy between November 24 and December 2.
A man has been charged over the deaths of two people on Sydney's Anzac Bridge.Police said a 41-year-old Burwood man was arrested on Saturday evening after being released from hospital for treatment of minor injuries.