Every month I scour eBay to bring you 10 of the weirdest things I have found that actually sold that month. The weird stuff that actually sells never fails to amaze me – and motivate me to get my weird stuff listed. A massive thank you to Thrifty Husband who found all of July’s weird sales for me.
This Ouija Board sold for £12.34, but what we can’t get over is the fact that they are hand made and just £12.34!
I didn’t really enjoy the new Ghostbusters film…but can you believe that these Ghostbuster 2016 Movie Tickets sold for £0.99?
As a comparison an Original Ghostbusters 1984 Ticket sold for a massive £14.99 and £1.20 Postage.
35 Empty Packets of Walkers Crisps with the Spell and Go Holiday Competition on them sold for a massive £15.
This antique Clock with a Ghost sold for £31.00 and £2.80 postage
Have you ever found yourself stuck with a ticket you couldn’t use? They’re definitely worth trying to sell – this Disneyland Paris Tickets for one Day sold for £80 and £1.99 postage
This Ex-display kitchen Silestone worktops & Fisher Paykel appliances sold for a whopping £16,995! It is a lovely kitchen though!
Cat Grooming Bag £15.28 ($19.99) and £27.48 ($35.95) postage. Can we discuss HOW you’ll get your cat in this please?
Ewwwwwwwwwww. These ladies dirty smelly gym socks sold for £1.50 and £2.80 postage.
Used toothbrush £1.22. Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.
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