Many of us tend to buy brand new products. There are, however, a category of products, especially in electronics, where it is possible to buy the same quality products, but often for a few dozen dollars cheaper. As far as possible, do you ask? Many large stores also sell refurbished products – a device that just someone has unpacked and returned, or little used and repaired equipment that is of equal quality to the new ones.
In today's article, we'll give you tips on the US stores where you can get these products (Apple products, smartphones, laptops, headsets, televisions, home appliances, and more) with discounts from a few dollars to hundreds.
Do not be sad if you do not live in the US. For example, if you live in Australia, you can have your products shipped with our package forwarding service (but we are shipping to all parts of the world). After registration, we will establish a US address for you. This address you use for purchases on the below-listed stores. We will then forward the goods from this address to your home. You can calculate the postage cost using our postage calculator.
It's no coincidence that Amazon has been in our articles already. The number of products and quality of service Amazon offers can be just as low as anyone. Amazon also offers refurbished products (some of which you can see in the picture below). You can save up to hundreds of dollars.
Are you a fan of Apple? We have good news for you! On official sites, you can find refurbished iPhones, iPads, MacBooks and other popular products with discounts of around 10%.
Best Buy is one of the giants in the field of electronics sales. There is also the section Refurbished. You will find several dozen kinds of refurbished products there. So you can really save a lot of money.
Overstock is not primarily focused on selling electronics (although it offers this category), but the "Refurbished Electronics" category is there also. If you order for more than 45$, you will get free shipping.
Gazelle not only sells but also buys out used products. So if you have at home, for example, a used phone, Gazelle is where you have the chance to sell it.
Tip at the end
Many of your favorite stores may be selling refurbished products, and you do not even know it. Therefore, we recommend (if you want to save some bucks) you to looking for the magical word "Refurbished". For example, Walmart has this category for most types of electronics.
There is also a "price comparator" of Apple's refurbished products – it's called Refurb.me, and it's totally free.