bargain bin


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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
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I got some fab wallpaper for the hall in Laura Ashley's bargain bin for about PS20 and I'd also go through all the material scraps in there for offcuts, which my Auntie would make into cushions for me.
Our Boro writers have rummaged through the bargain bin and each picked two players who could be worth a closer look.
I sympathise with author E L James over the rejection as I once found copies of one of my books in a bargain bin at Asda many years ago.
I wouldn't wear them if they were in the bargain bin love
With no bargain bin, alpha seekers are being forced to look abroad for opportunities.
This disappointing effort sounds like it has been dug straight out of a bargain bin.
APENNILESS pensioner who wore cast-offs too big for her and lived on bargain bin food was sitting on a fortune - only discovered after her death when a secret will was plucked from a bin.
With Halloween treats and the odd witch's broom still sat in the bargain bin it's time for a new celebration and the build up seems to have started in earnest.
Chaplain Class One Lance Lukin (CHCL1 Lukin) described how he was sifting through a bargain bin in Wellington 18 months ago when he came across a waterproof bible designed for outdoor adventurers.
As an editor at a small-town weekly newspaper, I agree with your contention that the Newhouses are simply milking their business dry and planning to sell the bones for bargain bin prices.
The list of culprits included buffet vouchers, bargain bin CDs, ill-fitting underwear and tacky jewellery.