Featured Deal: Final Fantasy VII Remake (PS4) | $52
The best Amazon Warehouse deals for July 2020 are here.
Amazon Warehouse delivers sizzling deals on items that are gently used or have damaged packaging, letting you save potentially big bucks on items such as smartphones, video games, earbuds, smart home gadgets, and more.
We’ve scoured the Warehouse listings to pull together our picks for the best deals below, but act fast: Amazon Warehouse items tend to sell quickly, given the serious discounts in play.
Motorola Moto G8 Play | $107
Get a top budget phone for even less right now with the discounted Motorola Moto G8 Play. It’s modestly-specced with a 6.2” 720p display and lower-end processor, but it’ll last all day and handle apps and streaming just fine.
Amazon Warehouse has “Good” used phones starting at just $107, with the new list price for this phone shown at $200. Note that it only works with GSM wireless carriers such as AT&T and T-Mobile.
Final Fantasy VII Remake | $52
Save several bucks on the newly-released Final Fantasy VII Remake for PlayStation 4 with a used copy via Amazon Warehouse. Amazon has copies in “Good” condition and better starting at $52, letting you dive into this reimagined modern take on the role-playing classic at a discount.
Apple iPad Mini | $362
Amazon Warehouse currently has the latest iPad Mini for nearly $37 off the list price in “Very Good” condition, with the description suggesting just damaged packaging. The current model has a 7.9” display, the speedy A12 Bionic chip inside, and access to a seemingly endless array of apps, games, and streaming services to make use of that tech.
Did you know that Amazon Warehouse has a bunch of deals on Pokémon cards? True story! Mostly, they’re just sets with damaged packaging, which shouldn’t matter so long as the cards are still legit.
In this case, you can get a special Mega Powers Collection that features four special EX cards, eight booster packs, and other goodies. It’s nearly $10 off the new price for a box that’s in “Very Good” condition according to Amazon.
Amazon Echo Show 5 | $52
Amazon’s own Echo Show devices give you a smart screen that you can put anywhere in your house, whether it’s your nightstand, kitchen, or kids’ room—and a used version of the smallest Echo Show 5 is currently discounted from the $70 new price.
You can use it as a snazzy bedside clock, for watching videos, for viewing feeds from smart cameras, and plenty more. And right now, it’s ideal for video calls to stay in touch with family and friends that you can’t connect with in person.
Sony’s well-reviewed WH1000XM3 Bluetooth wireless noise-canceling headphones are deeply discounted right now at Amazon Warehouse, with prices starting at just $186.
That’s a steep drop from the new list price of $350. You’ll get up to 30 hours of battery life from these cans, which have a 4.6-star rating from Amazon customers, with stellar active noise canceling to block out excess noise.
Need a little help keeping your place clean right about now? iRobot’s Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum can be ready and waiting to pick up after your social distancing habits, plus it’s Wi-Fi compatible, letting you schedule cleaning sessions from the app. Amazon Warehouse has models with some cosmetic imperfections for as low as $182.
Ring Video Doorbell 2 | $77
Ring has weathered some privacy woes, so I totally understand if you’re not keen on strapping a camera to the front of your house. On the other hand, if you want a view out from your social distancing hideout, you can get the easy-to-install, battery-powered Ring Video Doorbell 2 for just $77 on Amazon Warehouse with some cosmetic wear. It’s a huge savings from the $199 list price.
Apple AirPods Pro | $207
Apple’s higher-end, noise-canceling AirPods Pro are pretty great, but it can be hard to convince yourself to cough up $250 for wireless earbuds. OK, how about $207 then? That’s how much Amazon Warehouse wants for a “Good” condition product with some cosmetic damage, and as long as you can get over the idea of already-tried earbuds, you can save a solid chunk of cash on these fancy buds.
Hori’s well-reviewed Split Pad Pro gives you much bulkier grips on either side of the Nintendo Switch screen, with larger buttons, fuller-sized analog sticks, and a proper d-pad.
It also has programmable buttons on the backside of the grip, as well as turbo buttons. Amazon Warehouse chops a few bucks off of the list price just for damaged packaging.
Sonos One SL | $155
Save a bit of cash on the popular, room-filling Sonos One SL wireless speaker. It connects easily to your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth and then pumps out sound into your space—and if the idea of always-on microphones scare you away from other smart speakers, take solace in the fact that the Sonos One SL has no mics at all. It does, however, pack the proven sound quality of Sonos.
Google Pixel 3a (Just Black) | $237
Google’s Pixel 3a smartphone is mostly mid-range in approach, with a plastic build and modest power—but with a flagship-quality camera that beats anything else in the sub-$500 price range, it doesn’t feel like a compromise. Amazon Warehouse has “Very Good” used Just Black handsets starting at $237, a fraction of the $399 new list price.
According to Amazon, all items sold through Amazon Warehouse are put through a 20-point quality inspection to ensure that they work as intended, and then they’re listed by quality based on the appearance of the product and its packaging.
Still, if you order something that ends up not meeting the listed standards or that you otherwise don’t want to keep, then Amazon Warehouse offers a 30-day return policy on all items. Additionally, any items listed as “Renewed” (or refurbished) have a 90-day return policy.