Jesup, GA: It's bin fun

Another whistle-stop town worth exploring

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Wayne County, Georgia doesn’t have the lock on bin stores. But visitors to Jesup could be forgiven for thinking they’d stumbled upon the capital of the craze.

For the uninitiated, bin stores are where middlemen sell the contents of unsorted Amazon liquidation pallets at deeply discounted prices. Typically, the returned, damaged, and overstocked merchandise—lumped in giant waist-high bins, as the genre’s name suggests—is sold at a flat per-item cost that drops by $1 each day. In other words, it is both a true outlet and dollar store, and the best place to get a new curling iron for two bucks.

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