With a new source of refurbished flat-panel television sets in place, The Bargain Warehouse is offering the low-cost TV sets to flea market and swap meet vendors at deep discounts. “Our LCD TVs offer the best of both worlds: great prices and great quality,” says vp-marketing Gerry Hunt. “We offer the lowest prices for refurbished TVs anywhere on the planet.”
And to reassure vendors who may be wary of returned electronics, the company has a unique policy. “Unlike other TV programs on the secondary market, ours features a 30-day warranty for like-new remanufactures, 100 percent tested name-brand LCD TVs.”
Working units are key to selling these products, of course, and Hunt’s advice to vendors is to demonstrate them to customers. “If you can turn them on when you are selling them, that’s always a benefit, since seeing is believing. There is no impairment to image quality on these TVs at all,” he says. Hunt adds that vendors should test each unit when the order arrives.
Each of the TVs is sold in individual ship-ready boxes. The company ships to vendors on pallets, shrink-wrapped and strapped. Every TV comes with a power cord and a remote.
The minimum order is 20 units, with flexibility in what exactly is ordered. Hunt says that The Bargain Warehouse is offering truck-load prices at pallet-load quantities.
Although he does not want to tell retailers how to sell, Hunt does have some advice for vendors. “Don’t get greedy on your pricing,” he says. “Give the customers a $50 to $150 savings over retail. Our prices are well below what a customer would pay on a Web site for remanufactured TVs.”
Hunt says this product sells well at flea markets. “There is a tremendous market for LCD TVs at swap meets. Vendors are looking for interesting products, and this is one of the best electronics deals they will find.”
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