One SAVVY woman revealed she brought in £365 worth of gifts after buying two return pallets for £24.
The Youtuber, who buys pallets to profit from their returned content, shared her purchase online.
She explained that she spent just £24 on two large boxes filled with Amazon returns that she hopes will sell for a profit.
She said: “We spent £24 on two random boxes from an online auction.”
Savvy shoppers then showed off the contents of the mystery boxes.
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She started by pulling out a box with “some sort of filtration system” inside of it.
Although the box was a bit battered and the product didn’t look good, she explained that it was worth £35 which meant she made a profit from the boxes.
Then she pulled out a pack of 50 doggie sausages with no sale date on them and these sold for £27.
Next, she opened a box with a trendy eco-brewed coffee, brand new but in a broken box and priced at £15.
She then opened a box filled with sand cushions for a hand sander of various types and priced them between £10-12.
There was also a waste trap from the shower and it was brand new and worth £10.
She said: “I’ve noticed a lot of stuff in boxes with Amazon return labels, so you have it, sometimes you don’t have to buy Amazon return pallets you can buy a full box for £12 if you’re lucky.”
She then showed off some £15 air filter bags for a 4-pack and some £15 breastmilk storage bags.
There’s also a suspension for a £15 bug, a £12 laptop case, some £10 ashtrays, £8.99 cigarette filters, a storage box £5 storage, £32.99 TV stand, £10 kids skydiving, £10 board game and a shower van and £20 clothes of stainless steel.
The crowning glory of the journey is a gift set of cream and serum that sells for £75 on Amazon.
When she calculated the total resale value of all the items, it came to an impressive £365.
In other news, check this out Bloke bought a £300 palette and it was crammed with children’s toys worth TWICE much.
Add this a woman bought a £315 return pallet and received £1.7k worth of “broken” product – many batteries just need to be replaced.
And a the couple bought six return pallets – one for £18 and with merchandise worth £10kand now they’re rolling around in baby stuff and toys.
https://www.thesun.ie/fabulous/8248354/bought-amazon-return-pallets-goodies/ I bought two Amazon return pallets for £24