Revealed: The secret Amazon section with discounts on everything from AirPods to Nintendo game consoles
- Martin Lewis reveals how you can access even more bargains on Amazon
- Money expert explained that amazing deals await on site’s Warehouse section
- Deals available on returned items that are still in great condition and cost less
Attention, all bargain lovers – Martin Lewis has revealed how to hunt for discounts on a little known section of Amazon.
Speaking on his Martin Lewis Money Show yesterday, Lewis revealed how you can get your hands on even more bargains by visiting the website’s Warehouse section.
This little-known part of the website can be accessed from the Amazon main menu and lists the items that have been returned, and are now being sold for a reduced price.
Martin said that while there was a chance the items boxes would look a bit battered from being dispatched and returned to the warehouse, you can check the quality of the item before purchasing it.
Bargains include a Nintendo Switch that costs £279 full price at other retailers. But on Amazon Warehouse, £30 was taken off the price, bringing it to just £249.
There are also AirPods with their charging case costing £99 instead of £137.
But be careful, the most interesting deals will be swapped quickly by savvy customers.
Money Saving expert Martin Lewis has revealed how you can find even more deals on Amazon by accessing the site’s Warehouse section. Pictured: A Nintenso Switch could be snatched at £249 instead of £279 on the warehouse listing
Apple wireless AirPods, which usually fetch around £137, can be bought for £99 on Amazon Warehouse
‘This is where all its returned items go,’ Martin explained on the show.
He showed how to access the section by clicking on the main’s site drop down menu and selecting ‘Amazon Warehouse’ from the list of departments available.
This leads to where all the returned items are listed and available at a discounted price.
‘The box is a bit battered, but the product is good, it’ll tell you the quality of the product – and it’s in there at a discount,’ Martin said.
Martin Lewis warned customers to beware of the best offers from Amazon, which are not the same deals
Martin shared the clever trick on his ITV show The Martin Lewis Money Show last night. He explained that the items had been returned and were up for a bargain price
The warehouse section has everything, from iPhone charger cables to baby monitors or pet supplies.
But don’t expect to find exactly what your looking for, the money expert added, because the warehouse discounts depend on things people have returned.
He explained it was best to keep the warehouse when you want to have a bit of a browse and save some pounds while online shopping.
The host explained that the quality status of the product was included in their description so you can decide whether you want to buy them or not. And you can still return them within 30 days if you’re not satisfied
If the items does not meet your expectations, you still have the right to send it back thanks to the online retail giant return policy.
Martin warned not to confuse Amazon’s advertisement for their best offers, which appear at the top of the page, with the returns, as they’re not the same discounts.
‘Beware, at the top they put their best offer ads – which aren’t their returns,’ he said.