Like a doctor with an in-house pharmacy or a burglary of the Man Who Has Everything, a one-stop shop gives you everything you need in one location. Have it all with this Groupon.
$25 for $50 Worth of Merchandise
The shop's inventory is in constant rotation and prices vary depending on the items in stock. Past items have included Pepperidge Farm specialty bread ($1.99), a Redwood portable fire pit ($81), and a Nautilus elliptical ($413).
Crazy Prices doesn’t make any money. Every penny earned from the sales of the store’s liquidated, brand-name products—from Kenmore and Sauder Furniture to Little Debbie and Calvin Klein—goes directly to local nonprofit organizations. This passion for giving back bleeds into the honest business practices the staff follows when purchasing wholesale goods by the pallet and monster truckload from companies such as Costco, Walmart, and local small businesses. In turn, everyday customers find discounted prices on the selection of toys, baby products, housewares, apparel, groceries, and furniture. Though some items may make their way to the store due to damaged packaging and shelf pulls, Crazy Prices does offer some merchandise brand new.