Martin Lewis reveals how to find hidden discounts on returned Amazon products


MARTIN Lewis has revealed how to find hidden discounts on Amazon when purchasing returned products.

The online retailer resells the products that were returned through their Amazon warehouse.


Martin Lewis shared the tip with buyers on the Martin Lewis Money Show on ITV this weekCredit: ITV

Often, items are returned because they are no longer wanted or because they are not in perfect condition.

Some products may have imperfections, such as scratches, but are in good working order while others have not been used at all.

Despite this, Amazon is reducing its prices in order to move its inventory.

The tip was shared in the latest MoneySavingExpert newsletter and the money guru continued to discuss it on his ITV program, the Martin Lewis Money Show, last night.

Customers can save almost £ 90 on returned laptop at Amazon Warehouse
Make sure you read the description as some items are not in perfect condition


Make sure you read the description as some items are not in perfect condition

Before you part with your money, be sure to read the description so you don’t have any nasty surprises when your item arrives.

The Amazon site will tell you the quality of the product and why the price has been reduced.

The Sun has found that you can take £ 89 on an Acer Swift laptop, for example, because the box it comes in is damaged.

On Amazon Warehouse, the laptop costs £ 410, but brand new on Amazon’s main website it would set you back £ 499.

We also found a sim-less Samsung Galaxy S20 5G mobile phone on Amazon Warehouse for £ 676.72, instead of £ 799 on the main Amazon website, saving you over £ 122.

The catch with the phone is that it has a few small scratches on the back of the handset and it lacks the USB charging cable.

Even if the goods have already been returned to Amazon, you do not lose your right to return something if it does not meet your expectations.

Customers will have another 30 days to return the item for a full refund.

Our tips for finding the best Amazon Prime deals today

It can be tempting to dive in and grab LOADS of items, but here’s how you can guarantee you’re getting a good deal on Amazon.

TO PREPARE Find the items you want to buy and find the cheapest price. Websites like PriceSpy, PriceHistory, and CamelCamelCamel will provide you with historical price data so you can see how much you should be paying. You can also set up price alerts to let you know when the cost drops.

CHECK CAREFULLY Use FakeSpot to check whether the item is genuine or not. The site scans the reviews to see if they are “reliable” or not so you can decide if you trust the seller.

TRY IT FIRST Sign up for the 30-day Amazon Prime trial to take advantage of Lightning offers and free shipping. But don’t forget to cancel the subscription before the end of the trial period, otherwise you will be charged £ 79.

BUY NOW TO SAVE TIME Put the items you want in your shopping cart before Black Friday so that when the deals fall on October 13, you just have to pay.

You can find the Warehouse section in the drop-down menu next to the search bar on the Amazon website.

The offers are then grouped into categories, such as home and kitchen, or computer and accessories.

But Martin warned, “Watch out, they put up their best ad offers – which are not their feedback. ”

Of course, it should be borne in mind that the range is limited as it all depends on the items that were returned to the retailer.

So if you see an offer that you want to take advantage of, it might be worth closing it before it goes away because it won’t be replaced.

There are many offers available for free delivery to Prime members, otherwise there is a charge but the price depends on the product.

It costs £ 79 per year or £ 7.99 per month to become a Prime member depending on which payment plan you choose. Students can get a discount on this, though, and Prime also offers one-month free trials.

The online giant also announced that its annual Prime Day is returning this year – and shoppers will also get £ 10 free to spend.

If you miss Amazon Prime Day, there will still be Black Friday or Cyber ​​Monday in November as well.


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