Overstock.com Launches Eziba.com

SALT LAKE CITY-Overstock.com has launched the latest private sale Web site, called Eziba.com. Focusing on home decor products, Eziba.com is a members-only site that offers daily sale events lasting between 48 and 72 hours. The new site is not accessible through Overstock.com, but visitors can sign up as an Eziba member for free on Eziba.com. As with Overstock.com, all orders on Eziba.com will ship for $2.95. The Overstock.com customer service will also oversee Eziba.com's customer care inquiries.

"We are excited to launch Eziba.com," said Jonathan Johnson, president, Overstock.com. "Overstock.com has relationships with a large network of suppliers, who are in search of different avenues to sell product. It was a natural progression for the O to build a private sale site."

Today's limited time sales on Ebiza included KitchenAid stand mixers, micro cotton towels,  C.G. Sparks furniture, Lenox dinnerware, a leather bed, patio furniture and baby strollers.

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