One SAVVY enthusiast revealed he doubled his money after buying a pallet of returned toys for £300.
The Youtuber and “entrepreneur”, who started buying pallets to profit from their returned content, shared their purchases online.
He explained that he splashed out £299.98 on a pallet of toys in the hope of making some money on his investment by selling the items on eBay.
He said: “I paid £299.98 to a UK customer returning a pallet of toys – Will I break even on this one?”
The businessman then reviewed his purchases and totaled the resale value of his mystery purchases, and the shipping did not disappoint.
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He started by showing a toy TV in The Night Garden that was returned by the original buyer for no reason.
He checked to see if the toy worked – he concluded it did – and then put it on eBay for £10.
Next, he opens a box of LOL Surprise! lip gloss or “polish” the tin was dented on one side but he decided to list it for £9 as it normally retails for £12 and there was no damage to the inside. in.
He then opens a punctured Peppa Pig inflatable ball and a broken Frozen karaoke machine that cannot be resold.
Also in transit was a skateboard that was returned because it had a “hard wheel” which he resold for £20.
The jumbo pallet also features a number of toy cars, a children’s rowing pool, fairy toys, and a Peppa Pig toy pop-up tent with the missing tent pins.
There are also scooters, gaming headsets, baby dolls and X-box handhelds, and large tropical Lego sets.
When he calculated the total resale value of all the items, it came to an impressive £553.
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https://www.thesun.ie/fabulous/8242761/returns-palette-toys-kids-worth-twice/ I bought a £300 palette and it’s filled with TWICE’s worth of children’s toys