What's on Sale: Closeouts and Pop Up Shops

7:54 PM, Dec 19, 2012   |    comments
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What happens to all the items people return to Amazon?
In some cases, they are resold by an Atlanta Company called Auction Liquidators.   The company has opened its Collier Road warehouse to the public for a holiday closeout sale that began Friday, December 7th.  The inventory consists of electronics, toys and a variety of other items.

Auction Liquidators is located at 1017 Collier Rd NW, Suite F.
Hours are 10-6 Sunday and 9-6 Monday through Saturday.
The sale continues through December 22nd with further markdowns throughout the month.  Auction Liquidators also has an online store where much of the inventory can be viewed. Click here to shop.

Finders Keepers Furnishings in Decatur has all Christmas décor on sale for 50 percent off original prices starting December 10th. The consignment store is located at 2753 East College Avenue in a building that houses several other consignment stores as well.

35 local artists and artisans are teaming up for a Pop up Market at Town Brookhaven.   They will showcase their wares 12 to 5 Sunday, December 9th with additional hours the weekend of December 15th.

The Town Brookhaven Pop Up Market is sponsored by the Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces in an empty storefront near CineBistro.  Town Brookhaven is a Live Work Play development featuring restaurants, retail and apartments.  The address is 804 Town Boulevard, just south of Oglethorpe Unversity.

Walmart has been offering a weekly toy rolllback and this past week let online shoppers vote for the toy they wanted to see marked down.   The voting was between two toys: the Lego City Park Café and Bratzillaz Dolls.  The voting is now over and Walmart will announce which toy will go on Rollback Tuesday morning.

If the City Park Cafe wins, the price drops to $24.97 starting Tuesday.  If the Bratzillaz get the most votes, it goes down to $16.97.

Both prices are at least $5 lower than any other stores we checked.   Both Target and Toys R Us offer to match competitor's prices, though some exclusions apply.

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