Save Up To 80% At Amazon’s Year-End Clearance

You can save up to 80% off at’s year-end clearance going on now.

Electronics – save up to 80%
Shoes – save up to 80%
Apparel – save up to 70%

Dang, that’s a lot savings. — BEN POPKEN


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  1. Note that, as usual, customers outside the USA who want to buy anything that isn’t a book, a CD or a DVD are out of luck.

    This wouldn’t matter, except that Amazon are perfectly happy to keep pestering us with marketing e-mails telling us about the great savings on offer on lots and lots of products that they will not ship to us.

    (They also keep exhorting us to upgrade to special One Click Gold Plated Super Excellent Reward Point Bonus Shipping, then telling us it’s not actually possible to do so every time we’re dumb enough to click the button.)

  2. LatherRinseRepeat says:

    Side note: I’ve been tracking the prices on some of those electronics items for a few months now. Almost all of them have been at that price for a while. The “80% off” is stretching it a little.

    Apple 80 GB iPod – $329 ~ $339 since October. You can also buy a refurbished model for much cheaper on the Apple website, when they become available.

    Motorola SLVR L2 – You can buy a pre-paid refurbished model on the Cingular website for $40. And you can upgrade to a regular calling plan at any time.

    Sandisk Sansa e280 8GB – It was around $179 ~ $185 for the longest time. And then this past Tuesday/Wednesday, the price dropped to $149. And then went back up to the usual price on Thursday.

    The key to getting a good deal on Amazon is to create a wish list of items you want to buy and check the prices everyday. The prices for some items fluctuate almost everyday. Also, I know a few people that scored some awesome deals from pricing mistakes on Amazon. So if you see an unbelievable price for an item, buy it!

  3. Fuzzy_duffel_bag says:

    This struck me as funny:

    Creative Labs
    List Price: $69.99
    Our Price: $69.83
    You Save: $0.16

    I think I need another cup of coffee. I will apply the 16 cents I saved towards that.

  4. zibby says:

    Ha! yeah I was about to mention the $0.99 and $2.00 you can save on the iPods, but $0.16 beats that for futility.