No, not The Warehouse, sometimes at your local supermarket.
At our local Countdown (and I'm sure at all other supermarkets) there is often a shopping trolley or a display stand filled with odds and ends that are marked 'discontinued' or 'reduced'.
The funny thing is that most people ignore these specials most likely out of embarrassment. They probably feel that it is like fossicking at the tip (which incidentally used to be a pasttime of mine when I was young). Admittedly when I 'fossick' through the shopping trolley I feel like a bag-lady and do get some odd looks from other shoppers. The rewards are worth it though as I have discovered some great bargains. Some examples are - E&E Black Pepper Shiraz, one of the world's great wines which normally sells for around $100, marked down to $49.95. It was at this price because the store couldn't sell it even at the already reduced price of $89.95 they had it at. I bought 7 bottles. The morons however decided to stick a big ugly red sticker on the back label (others had the sticker on the front label which doesn't come off without damaging the label. So much for brand building (Wine Guy comment). - Gillette razor blades at $11.95 (normally about $24). These had a bit of water damage on the packaging which you throw away anyway. I bought 8 of these. A rubber duck set (for the Godson - honest) for $3, normally $12.
My advice - don't be embarrassed, check it out.