I'm still trying to find a good way to say "find bargains" as a sign in a window saying "there are discount goods to be found (discovered/uncovered/revealed) here" but much shorter. It's a type of store where you may need to dig through to find stuff, appeals to 'adventure shoppers' which is why I like the word discover. The closest I came to this is descubra ofertas or do I need descubra las ofertas? When I search that phrase it shows more use as a deal on hotel reservations or something that is not a physical item. Or is it gangas or any other combination such as a command-type phrase because it is a sign? What is the most common verb for finding a deal and the common noun for liquidation and used merchandise that a native speaker would use?
I'm trying to make the sign as short as possible so cutting out any extra words but come to the same meaning. It would be for consigned or overstock items, so stuff for sale at a discounted price, not on sale from regular retail merchandise. Stuff that you would find at Big Lots mixed with a consignment shop. I would like one word for both new overstock items and used items, in English I would use bargains or deals to encompass all of those and wondering what it would be in Spanish. Thank you!