Sometimes I get emails from companies with reduction codes, and there's definitely a level of reduction that I need for something to be considered a bargain. 5%, 10% and 15% off always feel miniscule, for example. Usually I need something to be at least 50% of its general price to consider it a good deal, but 60% or more to consider it an actual bargain. When it comes to going to supermarkets and looking at the reduced to clear sections, if something is reduced by 80%, I will pretty much always buy it even if I don't see an immediate use for it. My freezer is full of such purchases. Does anyone else have a cut off point for what is considered a "bargain"?