After being an Amazon customer for many years, I only recently discovered the Amazon Warehouse and Amazon Outlet sections of their website. Both of these offer discounted merchandise and I can waste a lot of time looking for deals. The difference between them is that Amazon Warehouse offers discounts on open-box, refurbished products, and customer returns. Amazon Outlet houses new overstocked and clearance items on the site across all categories. I found that in the Amazon Warehouse section there are ratings on the item such as "like new" or "acceptable" and they are priced accordingly. Most pieces I looked at have Prime shipping and returns, too. To get to the Warehouse section, simply choose it from the drop-down menu on the Amazon search bar and type in the item or brand you are interested in. I found a "like new" LeCreuset 3.5 qt braiser for $200 and the description said "packaging damaged." The regular price on the braiser is $319 so I took a chance on it; I believe it will be here on Tuesday. I had to google to find the Amazon Outlet; here's a link... https://www.amazon.com/Outlet/b?ie=UTF8&node=517808 I notice that most of the Daily Deals are listed in the Outlet section. I will waste a couple of hours later poking around on there. Happy shopping!