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Posted on Wednesday, May 19th, 2010 at 11:58 am
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There is always a super deal at Overstock.com.  Always.  From the Deal of the Day to their low prices on thousands of items and $2.95 shipping, you will find what you are looking for, and more!

What do they have?  Jewelry.  Books and music.  Computers and electronics. Garden and outdoor furnishings.  Furniture of all kinds and quality.  Yes – they have everything here at Overstock, they really do!

While the items may be at low prices because they are “overstock” the quality is first choice.  There are boutiques on the Overstock site for brands such as Garmin, Krauss, Disney, Dyson, Serta, and Corelle.  As if that weren’t enough, you can buy in bulk at Overstock too.  Bulk quantities of three or more items are available for significant savings over an already low price.

Don’t forget to join Club O when you visit Overstock.com.  You’ll earn 5% rewards dollars on all purchases, and those will be deposited in your Club O account for use on future purchases.  You’ll also get free shipping on your purchases.  And now, Club O rewards can be combined with other coupons and promotions for extra savings!

Overstock is sure to be a site you will want to visit every day to see what new bargains are there.  The stock changes frequently, and you just never know what new deal you will find.  One nice feature of the site is that there is chat available for customer support.  I have found this to be a very efficient way of communicating with someone right away if I have a question or need to cancel or change an order. The online help center is well organized and really great.

Check back often for our Overstock coupons – you’ll find so many great bargains, and even better savings when you use the coupons for already low prices and top quality.

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