bargain bin


Also found in: Idioms, Wikipedia.
Related to bargain bin: bargain basement

bargain bin

n
(Commerce) a container in a shop from which customers can buy goods that may be old or imperfect at greatly reduced prices
References in periodicals archive ?
WHETHER it is because the album cover is one you'd ignore in a bargain bin or because of the bad band and song names, there was much to dismiss here at first.
While Michelle's efforts seem destined for the Woolie's bargain bin, her predecessor as reality TV's favourite singer continues to go from strength to strength.
There's no news yet on when the books will be available but I know where - the bargain bin at WH Smith's, next to her CDs.
If he is forced to shop in the bargain bin again or look for players on Bosman frees, the nit is a lottery just who you get.
Clothes dropped off at recycling banks are sold for a bargain bin price to countries in India, Africa and the Baltic States and the money raised is then ploughed into helping the needy at home and abroad.
From Barbara Walters to the bargain bin in 2-1/2 months.
It also has a soundtrack straight out of the Eighties rocker bargain bin (players with tracks on an SD card can use them in the game).
HIS pop career has only just begun - but X Factor winner Steve Brookstein already has his eyes on the bargain bin.
BECKI The new-age strumpet was gutted after her book 'How To Flirt For England' flopped and ended up in the bargain bin at Woolworths.
Martinez has been scouring the bargain bin for players with little success while Rangers, who visit the DW Stadium today, have money to spend from new owners.
It might mean the difference between bestselling success and bargain bin failure along with 'Darius: My autobiography' and '500 Things You've Always Wanted to Know About Pipe Lagging But Were Too Bored To Ask'.
BEING the finest part-time chick-lit author in the bargain bin, it's always nice to know fellow authors.