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Amazon Warehouse: Ring Fit Adventure - starting at $58.41 for "good" condition after 5% off at checkout

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https://www.amazon.com/Ring-Fit-A...d=1&sr=8-1

New to Nintendo, so I don't know if this is considered a good deal or not, but it's about $7-$12 less than current FP sale price. This link should bring you to all the Warehouse listings for this game.

Avoid the ones that say missing bonus content, there are several promising ones in the "very good" category but also a few to avoid.

"Good" is $58.41 at checkout (only or two listings).

"Very good" is $61.08 at checkout (at least 10 listings with multiple units each).

"Like new" is $63 at checkout (only one listing).

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XV4N...F6WPQDQ4NB
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used fitness equipment? rather spend a few more dollars for new.
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used fitness equipment? rather spend a few more dollars for new.
It's technically not used.

If something is returned or slightly damaged, Amazon will sell it via their Warehouse for discounted price depending on the condition it's in.

I'm my experience it's usually just the box or game case that's torn or crushed but the contents inside are still good.

I purchased Ring Fit from Amazon Warehouse last year for about $60 and it was practically new.
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used fitness equipment? rather spend a few more dollars for new.
It's a game that has fitness related accessories. Most, if not all of these were purchased and returned without being used.

Sometimes they are not even returns but the packaging gets damaged in the warehouse so the item is sold as used.

Also, there is always a second hand market for actual fitness equipment and with the pandemic, second hand items became just as expensive as brand new items due to demand.
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Amazon warehouse gamble is a fun little game if you don't mind the potential hassle. I've purchased Used - Like New that's completely pwned with missing parts, I've also purchased Used - Acceptable (MAJOR SCRATCH > 1inch!!!!) that was BNIB.
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Amazon warehouse gamble is a fun little game if you don't mind the potential hassle. I've purchased Used - Like New that's completely pwned with missing parts, I've also purchased Used - Acceptable (MAJOR SCRATCH > 1inch!!!!) that was BNIB.
There also offer easy returns if you're not satisfied for any reason.

For most items you don't even need to repackage them. Simply just drop it off at UPS or Kohl's store without packing and you're done.

The only exception is large items. I purchased a mattress and understandably had to repack it before I dropped it off.
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Amazon warehouse gamble is a fun little game if you don't mind the potential hassle. I've purchased Used - Like New that's completely pwned with missing parts, I've also purchased Used - Acceptable (MAJOR SCRATCH > 1inch!!!!) that was BNIB.
I've had a similar experience. I'm thinking it has to vary greatly depending on which employee is marking a given item and how much time they get to check it out.

Bought a "like new" gaming headset once and when it arrived, I could see that the wire was completely cut, like someone was trying to open the package with scissors and sliced right through the wire.

This was visible through a plastic window in the product packaging, and right next to the cut wire was a sticker that said "inspected by Amazon" lol

Also, bought a Moto G7 in "acceptable" condition that arrived literally brand new with all accessories, just no original box, and it allegedly had a bunch of marks all around it that were not visible at all.

It's basically a lottery system with Warehouse items. The only ones I avoid are the ones that say missing bonus items, but I feel like I see that so much, especially with newer cell phones that don't ship with a power brick or headphones, that I feel like it might just be employees who don't realize which items are supposed to be in the package, so they just mark it like that out of caution.
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