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Amazon-owned Woot is still a pretty good place to find new and refurbished items at deep discounts. But when Woot was starting out, before it was acquired by Amazon, it used to be a very different site: instead of selling dozens of items across a range of categories, Woot used to sell a single product per day… and when that item was sold out you’d have to wait until the next day to find a new deal.

But every now and then Woot would clear out some old inventory with a Woot Off. Instead of selling one item per day, Woot would sell one item until it was sold out and then move onto the next… and the next. Woot Offs still happen from time to time, but given the changes to the site, they’re a lot less exciting than they used to be.

But if you miss the old school one-at-a-time Woot Off experience, head over to meh today for a meh-Rathon. It’s basically an old fashioned Woot Off, in more ways than one.

meh

Not only is Meh selling one item at a time until it’s gone, but meh has some serious Woot DNA: it was founded a few years ago by Woot founder Matt Rutledge. It’s basically Woot-before-Amazon resurrected.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Windows things

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Other things

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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