Discount retailer Woot isn’t quite the same as it was when the online retailer first launched in 2004. At the time, the store sold one product a day, and when it was sold out you had to wait another day to see what came next.

Amazon acquired the company in 2010, and these days you can find hundreds of products at on any typical day.

But from time to time the company does still run one of its classic promotions — a Woot-Off, where a stream of items goes on sale one-at-a-time, for heavily-discounted prices. You won’t find out what the next item is until the current one sells out.

Today Woot is running Woot-Off at

There are also two other Woot-Offs going on today, at the company’s Food and T-shirt pages.

Meanwhile, the company is selling a refurbished Vizio SB3621n TV soundbar with a subwoofer for $90, or about half the usual price. This is the model I use in my living room, and it’s a pretty great deal at that price.

And if you’re nostalgic for the old-school Woot experience, check out — a deal-a-day site set up by the founder of Woot.



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