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Thu, 28 Feb 2013 12:15:00 GMT | By Mandi Woodruff, Business Insider
13 things you're better off buying used

From cars to baby clothes, save money by buying second-hand.



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It's no secret consumers have less cash to burn these days than ever before, but there are plenty of ways to save that don't require diving headfirst into a sales bin.

For some products, there's just no point paying full price when you can find the same quality in a second-hand or used product. Click through to see 13 items where buying used makes sense.

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