A SAVVY woman revealed that she bagged £365 of goodies after purchasing two returns pallets for £24.
The YouTuber, who buys pallets in order to profit from their returned contents, shared her purchases online.
She explained she had spent just £24 on two large boxes that were filled with Amazon returns goodies that she was hoping to sell on at a profit.
She said: “We spent £24 on two boxes of random stuff from an online auction.”
The savvy shopper then showed off the contents of the mystery boxes.
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She started off by pulling out a box with “some sort of filtration system” inside it.
Despite the box being a bit battered and the product not looking great, she explained that it’s worth £35 meaning that she was already in profit from the boxes.
She then pulled out a 50 pack of doggie sausages that didn’t have a sell by date on it and these sell for £27.
Next up she opened up a box with an on-trend eco brew coffee keep up which is brand new but in a damaged box and costs £15.
She then opened a box of sanding pad refills for a hand-held sanding machine in a range of different grades and valued them at £10-12.
Also in the haul was a shower waste trap and it was brand new and worth £10.
She said: “I’ve noticed a lot of the stuff in the boxes have an Amazon returns label, so there you have it, sometimes you don’t have to buy the pallet of Amazon returns you can by the box full for £12 if you’re lucky.”
She then showed off some air purifying bags that are £15 for a bag of four and some breast milk storage bags that are worth £15.
There were also hanging systems for a buggy that was worth £15, a laptop carrier worth £12, some ashtrays worth £10, cigarette filters worth £8.99, storage boxes worth £5, a TV stand worth £32.99, a children’s parachute game worth £10, a board game worth £10 and a shower valve and £20 of stainless steel clothes pegs.
The crowning glory of the whole haul was a cream and serum gift set that sells for £75 on Amazon.
Once she had totted up the resell value of all the items it came to an impressive £365.
In other news check out this bloke who bought a £300 returns palette and it was crammed with toys for kids worth TWICE as much.
Plus this woman bought a £315 returns pallet and got £1.7k worth of “broken” products – many just needed batteries replacing.
And a couple bought six returns pallets – one cost £18 and had £10k worth of goods, and now they’re rolling in baby supplies and toys.