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Amazon’s Treasure Truck is now in 11 U.S. cities. (Amazon Photo)

Amazon’s Treasure Truck just keeps on rolling across the country.

The tech giant announced Tuesday with a surprise tweet that five more cities will now be home to the quirky deals-on-wheels trucks, including San Diego, Minneapolis, Boston, Orlando and Miami.

That list brings to 11 the number of places where users can get one-day-only bargains on everything from video game consoles to steaks. After originating in Seattle in February 2016, the Treasure Truck started to be trackable in Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Houston and Atlanta at the end of July.

Amazon says on the official Treasure Truck website that it won’t “spill the beans” on where it’s headed next, but encourages users to stay tuned and sign up for text notifications for when a truck is sent their way.

Professional treasure hunters already got the word in an ad that rolled out this summer (below) featuring frustrated pirates confronting a happy shopper.

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