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People are selling unwanted Christmas presents on Ebay and Facebook Marketplace

SOME people were so disappointed with their Christmas presents that they sold them.

Some people have listed their unwanted festive gifts on sites like Ebay and Facebook marketplace – and some are still intact.

Some sellers even list gifts that are still wrapped

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Some sellers even list gifts that are still wrapped

Most people have experienced the disappointment of opening a Christmas gift that didn’t go right.

But some people feel so disappointed, they decided to sell during their festival.

The Sun discovered the bundles listed on Ebay and Facebook Marketplace and some were still in the package.

One seller described their luggage, including gloves and picture frames, as simply “unwanted gift wrapping”, with bids starting at £7.

Another sale was asking for £30 for their pile of goodies, which included scarves, candles and toiletries.

According to the description, some items in the stack have been used or are slightly damaged.

A gift package for boys aged 7-8 is listed for £50, including pajamas, books and puzzles.

The seller said all items are brand new and unopened, with their tags still intact.

Another seller listed a pack of 41 unwrapped gifts for £120, promising that the proceeds from the auction would go to charity.

And there were two bids for a gift series by Joules and Jack Wills, when we reviewed a listing.

But while some shoppers may be looking for a bargain, others are less impressed that people are selling unwanted gifts.

On Twitter, one person joked: “Facebook is full of people selling unwanted Christmas presents, please don’t follow them!”

Another said: “Die for all these people selling their unwanted Christmas presents on Facebook.”

Of course, it’s no wonder you don’t get everything on your Christmas gift wish list.

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We spoke to a shopping expert who explains what your refund rights are if you want to return unwanted gifts.

We also look at what you can do if you receive a gift card you don’t want.

Plus, if you want sell your unwanted gift, we’ve looked at the best ways to do it – and which items make the most money.

This gift pack includes candles and toiletries

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This gift pack includes candles and toiletriesCredit: eBay
Sellers have listed their unwanted gifts on Ebay

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Sellers have listed their unwanted gifts on EbayCredit: eBay
I am a furniture maker, I found an old table on the street, glued it back on then put it on eBay and sold it for £200

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