We bought six returns pallets – one cost £18 and had £10k worth of goods, we’re rolling in baby supplies and toys

A COUPLE who bought six returns pallets have revealed how they have bagged over £10,000 worth of goods for just £18.

Ana and Dan are professional eBay sellers and purchased the pallets in the hope of selling the items on.

Sharing their haul on their YouTube channel The Baytraders, the couple revealed that they had bagged two returns pallets from Amazon, two of lost property and two liquidation pallets.

The £24 liquidation pallet was filled with bathroom supplies from a former homeware store which included some pretty valuable items.

Dan explains: “The shower trays are worth a couple of hundred quid alone.

“One of those shower trays is going to pay for all of this stuff.”

Next up, the couple make their way through their Amazon returns pallett, worth £87, which is stuffed full with baby supplies and kids toys.

Ana unpacked dozens of board games worth £11.99 a piece, a booster seat worth £30 as well as dozens of boxes of kids’ craft supplies and baby weaning tools.

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The cheapest of the pallets was £18 and was stuffed full of electrical goods from a store that had gone into administration.

While it didn’t look like much, Ana sat down and spent hours working out the value of the contents of the box which came in at no less than £10,00 which the pair now plan to sell on eBay.

And they’re already having some success.

Ana explained: “Because I’ve listed some of the generic items rather than using the brand name I’ve slowly started selling them and so far have made around £300.”

In other Amazon pallet wins, this thrifty mum saved thousands with £368 Amazon return palette – and bags fancy kitchen appliances & a Tommee Tippee.

And another lady got a drone & 88 cups plus loads more – and sold them on for a big profit.

Finally, check out this woman who bought a £315 returns pallet & got £1.7k worth of ‘broken’ products – many just needed batteries replacing.


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