I bought two Amazon return palettes for £24

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A SAVVY woman has revealed she took home £365 worth of treats after buying two pallets back for £24.

the YouTuber, who buys pallets in order to profit from their returned contents, shared his purchases online.

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The impressive haul included a gift box of cream and serum worth £75

There was also a trendy mug tucked away in one of the £12 boxes

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There was also a trendy mug tucked away in one of the £12 boxes

She explained that she only spent £24 on two large boxes full of Amazon freebies which she hoped to resell for a profit.

She said: ‘We spent £24 on two boxes of random stuff at an online auction.

The savvy buyer then showed the contents of the mystery boxes.

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She started by pulling out a box with “some sort of filtration system” inside.

Although the box was a little damaged and the product didn’t look great, she explained that it was £35 which meant she was already benefiting from the boxes.

She then pulled out a pack of 50 dog sausages which had no sell-by date and are selling for £27.


Then she opened a box with a trendy eco brewed coffee which is brand new but in a damaged box and costs £15.

She then opened a box of sanding pad refills for a hand sander in a range of different qualities and priced them at £10-12.

There was also a shower trap in the carriage and it was brand new and worth £10.

She said: ‘I noticed a lot of the things in the boxes have an Amazon returns label so there you go sometimes you don’t need to buy the Amazon returns palette you can by the full box for 12 £ if you’re lucky.”

She then showed air purifying bags which cost £15 for a bag of four and breastmilk storage bags which are £15.

There were also suspension systems for a pushchair worth £15, a laptop holder worth £12, ashtrays worth £10, cigarette filters worth £8.99, storage boxes worth £5, TV cabinet worth £32.99, children’s parachute game. worth £10, a board game worth £10 and a shower valve and £20 worth of stainless steel clothes pegs.

The crowning glory of the whole haul was a cream and serum gift set which sells for £75 on Amazon.

Once she totaled up the resale value of all the items, it came to £365.

When the value of each item was added up, the savvy shopper had approximately £365 worth of items.

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When the value of each item was added up, the savvy shopper had approximately £365 worth of items.

In other news, check out this guy who bought a £300 throwback pallet that was stuffed full of children’s toys that were worth TWICE as much.

Additionally, this woman bought a £315 return palette and received £1.7,000 worth of ‘broken’ products – many just needed the batteries replaced.

And a couple bought six pallets back – one cost £18 and had £10,000 worth of goods, and now they’re rolling in baby supplies and toys.

I bought a £300 returns palette and it was stuffed full of children’s toys that were worth TWICE as much

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