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Games & Gadgets Electronics Sale Set Dec. 10-11 At Bellevue Goodwill

Laptops, Vintage Games, Guitars and More Priced Under $100

More than 500 electronic items, ranging from game consoles to power tools to cameras, will be available at bargain prices during Goodwill’s Games & Gadgets Electronics Sale from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10-11, at Goodwill’s Bellevue location. 

While supplies last, merchandise will be priced from $5 to $100 and will be staged in a special section at Goodwill’s Bellevue community store at 7663 U.S. 70 S. in west Nashville. Tablets, iPods and power tools start at $10; laptops and PCs start at $25; and game consoles start at $40. Electric guitars, amplifiers, home speakers, modern and vintage game discs and cartridges and digital and vintage cameras also will be available.

“These items would make great holiday gifts for lots of the people on your shopping list,” said Jennifer Martin, manager of OnlineGoodwill.com, which curated the merchandise. “And a lot of the items would be difficult to find — certainly at these prices.”

Some items are new with tags while others are “pre-loved” — meaning they may have minor blemishes, such as scuffs or scratches, which have been figured into the price. However, all items that can be tested (some vintage items excluded) have been pre-tested for functionality. 

Merchandise will be replenished throughout the day, and any unsold items will remain on the sales floor after the event. Sale items can be purchased with debit and credit cards only — no cash will be accepted, and all sales are final. 

All purchases benefit Goodwill’s nonprofit mission of changing lives through education, training and employment.

Masks and social distancing are strongly recommended for everyone shopping the sale. Questions about this event can be emailed to info@givegw.org.

GOODWILL’S GAMES & GADGETS ELECTRONICS SALE

WHEN:
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10-11 (while supplies last)

WHERE:
Bellevue Goodwill Store
7663 U.S. 70 S.
Nashville, Tenn.

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