We already know Bed Bath & Beyond (BBB) can have some great deals, especially when you apply our Bed Bath & Beyond secret shopping hacks.
Update! All Bed Bath & Beyond retail stores have now closed. Overstock has acquired the Bed Bath & Beyond brand, so you can still shop at BedBathAndBeyond.com. But there is still Bed Bath & Beyond liquidation out there to be found! Here’s how to find it.
But have you ever wondered what happens to the liquidation inventory of the Bed Bath & Beyond stores that are closing? Or what about the items that get returned to Bed Bath & Beyond? Or the overstocked merchandise from past seasons? Or the discontinued private label items?
Well, let me tell you! These items become “Bed Bath & Beyond Liquidation Salvage” that are sold off to liquidation brokers for resellers to buy. These resellers then sell the items online or in brick and mortar stores where customers can buy BBB items for a small percentage of the original retail price.
How To Tell What Are Bed Bath & Beyond Liquidation Items
Before we tell you where to find a Bed Bath & Beyond liquidation store near you, we will give you a few tips on how to spot Bed Bath & Beyond liquidation items at salvage stores. The main ways to tell if the items being sold are Bed Bath & Beyond salvage items is by knowing their brand names.
Bed Bath & Beyond Private-Label Brands
You will likely know if the liquidation items are from Bed Bath & Beyond if the items are one of Bed Bath & Beyond’s private label home brands (also known as a “signature brand” or “owned brand”) that are exclusively sold at Bed Bath & Beyond. These brands (and their category of items) include:
- Bee & Willow (farmhouse-style home goods)
- Everhome (coastal-inspired decor) launched May 2022
- H for Happy (seasonal decorations)
- Haven (comfort-forward home goods)
- Marmalade (kids furniture & decor)
- Nestwell (bedding and linens)
- Our Table (kitchen and dining ware)
- Simply Essentials (basic home essentials)
- Squared Away (organizational tools)
- Studio 3B (contemporary furniture & home accents)
Discontinued Bed Bath & Beyond Owned Brands
Stores may discontinue some of their owned brands if they rebrand or eliminate products altogether. But liquidation pallets may sit in warehouses for a few years before being processed and resold. Therefore, you may see some of these discontinued brand names for sale at Bed Bath & Beyond liquidation stores.
- Wild Sage (free-spirited decor) discontinued August 2022
Featured Brand Names at Bed Bath & Beyond
Bed Bath & Beyond partners with several recognized name brands, and some of these partners, such as UGG, will collaborate with BBB to make exclusive items only sold at Bed Bath & Beyond which makes the items more appealing. Here are some of the featured brand names at Bed Bath & Beyond:
Did you know you could get these high-end brands at Bed Bath & Beyond? If not, now you do, and hopefully you can find them for less at a Bed Bath & Beyond liquidation store.
Bed Bath & Beyond Subsidiary Stores
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. is the parent company to a group of domestic subsidiary stores that operate their own retail store chains, which include:
- Christmas Tree Shops
- Cost Plus World Market
- Harmon Stores
- Of a Kind
- One Kings Lane
So chances are that a Bed Bath & Beyond liquidation salvage store, chances are that you may also find items from the above stores available as well.
List of Bed Bath & Beyond Liquidation Stores By City/State
Search for a liquidation store or bin store near you. Please note that these stores may also carry liquidation items from other retail sources such as Walmart liquidation, Target salvage, Costco liquidation, or Amazon returns.
You can search by state, city, or name of the store. Click on the store name for a link to their website or Facebook page for hours and specials.
We are continually adding new BBB liquidation stores as we find them. If we are missing one that you know and love, please click here to add a new liquidation, salvage or bin store.