Described by founder John Cassimus as a “large liquidation company,” Crazy Cazboy’s buys truckloads of products from big box retailers like Target, Amazon and Best Buy and sells the items at a steep discount. The products are unloaded into bins and the customers sift through until they find what they want or need.
In order to shop at Crazy Cazboy’s, you need a yearly membership, which only costs $15. The items are priced based on the day of the week: Everything on Friday costs $7, on Saturday it’s $5, then $3, then $2, then $1 and then finally just 25 cents. All of the stores are closed on Thursdays.
“They had so much stuff — it was insane,” @stefanicolvin said in her video as she explored the bins at the store. On the day she went, everything was just $2.
“People find Apple Watches, AirPods and stuff like that all the time,” she added in the comments.
Many commenters were thrilled to learn about Crazy Cazboy’s.
“This is so cool,” another added.
Others, though, were disappointed as soon as they realized that the store currently only has locations in Alabama, Florida and South Carolina.
The good news? Crazy Cazboy’s has an online store where you can buy everything from shaving cream to iPhone cases at a steep discount. Of course, the prices aren’t as good online as they are in store, but all of the items are still on sale!
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