Have you ever been frustrated by making a trip to the store to grab a clearance deal from KCL only to find your store doesn’t have any in stock? Have you ever wanted to earn side income by flipping discounted merchandise on Craigslist or eBay? This inventory checker website is exactly what you’ve been looking for.
Brickseek is the ideal site for checking inventory on items from Target, Walmart, Home Depot, and more. Here’s everything you’ve gotta know.
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What is BrickSeek?
Brickseek.com is a free website and app that reports store inventory by DPCI (department/class/item) or UPC (universal product code) at Target, Walmart, Lowe’s, and other retailers. These Skullcandy Sesh Evo earbuds are usually $58.99 online at Target but were on clearance at local Targets for $29.99.
If you don’t have the DCPI or UPC for your product, you can also look it up by name in the searchbar.
How do I use BrickSeek Inventory Tracker?
From the BrickSeek homepage, you’ll need to locate the inventory tracker subpages from the navigation menu. Here are the shortcuts:
BrickSeek shows whether the item I’m looking for is in stock, limited quantity, or out of stock at stores near me, as well as the current price.
Does Brickseek have an app?
Is BrickSeek always accurate?
Unfortunately, BrickSeek’s inventory estimates are not always accurate. But in my experience, the results are most accurate at Walmart and Lowe’s.
If you want to be 100% sure, check on Brickseek first and call the store before making a full trip.
Is BrickSeek free?
Yes and no. BrickSeek is free to use to look up items. But if you want to set alerts so you can be notified when an item is restocked or returned in your area, you may want to consider a paid membership. Here are your Brickseek membership options:
- Free – One local in-store deal alert and three online deal alerts per week.
- Premium Membership ($9.99 per month) – Check in-store markdowns, five local deal alerts and ten online deal alerts daily, early access for certain deals.
- Extreme Deal Hunter ($29.99 per month) – Initial access to certain deals, 20 local inventory alerts twice daily, and unlimited online deal alerts.
Obviously, paying to save money requires that you get disciplined with your clearance hunting to make sure you’re saving more than you’re spending.
My advice? Stick with the free version for a month before considering the paid version.