10 Weird Things That Sold on eBay in November 2015

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Have you ever spotted eBay auctions and wondered who on earth buys that stuff? For some reason or other, there are some really, really odd things that sell on eBay. There have been some amazing things sold on eBay in November, and here are my favourite 10.

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A £20 Nando's voucher sold for £19 in total, saving the buyer just £1! They would have been better using the free £5 promo code and buying a gift card from Zeek.

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Used baby dummy soothers and a teat cover sold for £1.99 plus £1.70 postage. All I can say is wtf.

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These well worn slippers fetched £18.

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I really have to applaud the person who thought they could sell their broken razor handle…and they did sell it! For £1 plus £1.28 postage.

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This empty crisp packet fetched £8.38.

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This birth certificate fetched £2.80 and I am still scratching my head as to why you would even list this, never mind buy it.


A lot of 100 car tax discs collected a whopping £73 plus £2.80.

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This is a genius idea – if some of your board game pieces are missing, why not sell them on eBay? These Monopoly pieces fetched £1.85 each.

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Used marigolds sold for £14.99. Why….just WHY?

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These used socks fetched £25.

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4 Comments on “10 Weird Things That Sold on eBay in November 2015”

  1. Why? Well I can understand someone who is researching that family buying the birth certificate at such a good price – over £9.00 from the GRO. The tax discs always sell well now that they no longer exist. The Monopoly pieces are used as charms by folk making jewellery. The crisp packet is of interest to collectors of advertising ephemera but the other items – I agree – Why?

  2. I buy a lot of second hand stuffon ebay but I draw the line at a used dummy. I couldn’t even face buying a second hand breast pump and i’m not particularly germophobe!

    I believe there is a market in retro crisp packets though

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