Bargain Bins

Bargain Bin Stores

One of hottest trends in retail is the Bargain Bin store model. These Bargain Bon stores sell liquidation, overstock, shelf pulls, and returned items to the public in bins. Inventory often comes from Amazon but can also be from many other retail stores such as Target, Walmart, CVS, and others.

Every week, liquidation merchandise truckloads are sorted and placed in these bins. Then, customers go on a treasure hunt to find amazing deals. Each day Bargain Bin stores sell their liquidation merchandise for a flat rate, and they lower the price from the previous day till all the Bargain Bin merchandise is gone, then comes the restock day.  All Bin Stores follow similar models like Bargain Bins of Anniston. FRIDAY- $8, SATURDAY- $6, SUNDAY- $4, MONDAY- $2, TUESDAY- $1. Surprisingly, this weekly event creates many loyal and returning customers.

These stores work with new and returned merchandise cycling through the store every week. This weekly cycle keeps the customer entertained week in and week out. Since many are returning customers, they expect new liquidation merchandise so they can dig through bins to discover new deals.

Liquidation stores with individually priced items are nothing new to Bargain shoppers with stores like Marshalls, Ross, 5 Below and TJ MAXX dominating the space for years. Now that ecommerce has taken a major foothold with more shoppers shopping online Bargain Bin stores have a become a frequent spot for ecommerce resellers to find inventory.

What to expect at a Bargain bin store

On a restock day, which is usually the highest price day you can expect many people and long lines.  The stores that are known for having great merchandise, like high value electronics, customers will line up hours before opening so they can get the first chance at finding the most valuable deals. Some Bargain Bin Stores do mid day restocks so if your late getting there you can still find awesome finds.

Be prepared to dig through the bins. Most stores do not want you to open packages as many Amazon items are in brown boxes.  As this devalues items and creates lots of trash in the bins. You will find merchandise that in your opinion may not be worth the price on that day.  You can always come back on a cheaper day and try to get if cheaper if it is still there.

At we work relentlessly to bring you the most current and update info on finding everything liquidation. We have the largest directories in liquidation, so if you are looking for Bin Stores, Auctions, Liquidation Pallets or even Liquidation truckloads and services. Liquidation Map is your one stop shop. Here is a list of Bargain Bin stores across the US. Looking for Bin Stores by state Click Here.

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2nd Chance Liquidation
2979 100th St., Iowa 50325, USA
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2nd Chance Marketplace
1749 Grand Avenue, Montana 59102, USA
A Crate Deal Liquidation Outlet
2520 S Carolyn Ave, South Dakota 57106, USA
Amazing Bins
113 Market Road Ladson, South Carolina 29456, USA
Bargain Ben's 5ive-O-Rama
908 South Cashua Drive, South Carolina 29501, USA
Bargain Ben's Big Bargain Outlet
3316 US-301, South Carolina 29547, USA
Bargain Bins Albertville
3520 HWY 431, Alabama 35950, USA
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Bargain Bins Anniston
1556 Greenbrier Dear Rd, Alabama 36207, USA
Bargain Bins Biloxi
2363 Pass Road, Mississippi 39531, USA
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Bargain Bins of Arab
175 N Brindlee Mountain, Alabama 35016, USA
Bargain Bins of Champaign
1040 W. Bloomington, Illinois 61821, USA
Bargain Bins of Gadsden
301 North 12th Street, Alabama 35901, USA
Bargain Bros Conway
700 Exchange Ave, Arkansas 72032, USA
Bargain Time Bins of Bloomington
468 Wylie Dr., Illinois 61761, USA
Benton’s Daily Deals
7390 Woodbury Pike, Pennsylvania 16673, USA
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Best Buy Liquidation
5700 West Little York RD., Texas 77091, USA
Big Ben's
139 South Main Lone Star, Texas 75668, USA
Bin and Pallet Company - Augusta
108 S Webster St, Michigan 49012, USA
Bin City Anderson, SC
208 Highway 28 Bypass, South Carolina 29624, USA
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