One BLOKE has revealed how he was able to make close to £500 after buying a return pallet filled with hundreds of pounds worth of toys.
Ryan resells for a living, buying returned products and selling them at retail stores or on eBay “to avoid the normal 9-5 life.”
He shared his recent run on his YouTube channel, Wonky clamp, purchased a nursery return pallet and a pallet return toy for a total of £354.21.
While Ryan admits he’s more interested in toys, the nursery proved to be mostly fruitless.
It contained three Cuggl cakes that retailed for a whopping £160 each, more than he paid for two pallets in total.
But it’s the toy pallet that has real value, containing dozens of items including Peppa Pig, Disney Merchandise as well as scooters and gaming gear.
Ryan hit the jackpot with two boxes of Lego toys, including a Land Rover model that retails for £120 and a Harry Potter Hogwarts set for £80.
“The lego Land Rover pays for itself half a pallet of toys, I’m happy,” he said.
Although some of the items on Ryan’s pallet were listed as damaged, after inspecting them, he found that most of them were undamaged.
He said, “I figured out what I thought I could get for everything, and that made some of those people unhappy/
“£483 obviously you have to pay eBay fees but not everything is sold on eBay and shipped
“So I think I’ll be able to double my money.”
And another woman has a Drones & 88 mugs plus extra load – and sell them for a great profit.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4594374/toy-pallet-hundreds-pounds-worth-lego/ I bought a toy return pallet for £350 and ended up with hundreds of pounds worth hundreds of pounds, including a £200 Lego set