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New Deals - Every Day!


from Amazon Liquidation at a fraction of the retail price

10 am to 8 pm everyday (closed Sunday) at 9630 Horton Rd SW, Calgary, AB

(Just back from GoodWill Store at 9639 Macleod Trail SW)

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Super Binz is closed on Sunday

Super Binz Liquidation Store Calgary

All type of 


for $25 or less

How It Works

Sourcing Products

Sourcing Products

Super Binz purchases truckloads of Amazon returns from Canada, encompassing a diverse array of products such as electronics, home goods, clothing, toys, tools, beauty products, and more, ensuring a constantly varied and exciting inventory.

Restock Days

Restock Days

Every Friday and Saturday, Super Binz restocks with 100% new inventory, offering customers the first opportunity to grab the best items and deep discounts from large retailers' liquidation stock.

Liquidation Days

Liquidation Days

At Super Binz, the excitement builds as the week progresses, with prices starting at $25 on Friday and then dropping each day: $20 on Saturday, $12 on Monday, $7 on Tuesday, $5 on Wednesday, until everything must be sold at $2 on Thursday.

Where does it come from?  The Source and Sustainability of Liquidation Products

Liquidation products often originate from retailers' surplus and returned goods. In an era marked by consumer splurges followed by high inflation and cautious spending, many retailers find themselves stuck with more inventory than they can sell.

Factors such as supply chain delays and miscalculations in supply and demand add to excess inventory. Liquidators purchase these products from major retailers like Target and Amazon, reselling them at significant discounts. This process helps clear the shelves and provides a pathway for excess products to find new buyers.


The growth of e-commerce and changing consumer behavior has further contributed to the liquidation industry. With the ease of online shopping, many consumers have developed a habit of returning purchases. According to an analysis by the National Retail Federation, shoppers returned an average of 16.6 percent of their purchases in 2021, more than double the rate in 2019.

These returns, which retailers often cannot resell themselves, become part of the liquidation market, amounting to billions in lost sales and making up a significant portion of the products found in liquidation warehouses.

Liquidation companies play an essential role in finding new markets and buyers for unwanted products, whether returned or never bought in the first place. This process offers a more environmentally responsible option compared to other disposal methods like recycling, burying in landfills, or incineration. By redirecting products through liquidation, companies like Super Binz help reduce the carbon footprint and prevent good-quality items from going to waste.


This not only benefits retailers by enabling them to move goods off their shelves quickly but also aligns with growing concerns about sustainability and environmental responsibility while giving our customers super great deals.

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