10 Weird Things That Sold on eBay in October 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 this month!


 

Marmite coupons

15 coupons for 50p off marmite at Asda sold for £24.99 plus £1 postage. I just do not understand this…the coupons are worth savings of £7.50, so why you'd pay over £25 is a mystery.

bottle caps

20 used beer bottle caps sold for 90p plus 90p postage.

Morrisons fuel save

£1.50 off every litre of fuel vouchers from Morrisons fetched a massive £115 plus £2.99 postage.

Broken Canon

A broken Canon camera fetched £775.51 recently.

Loo roll holders

200 used toilet roll cardboard tubes sold for £29.99 plus £4.99 postage. I can't believe that anyone would pay for these, especially when it is so easy to save them up yourself for any projects you have going. Why not try saving your and getting them listed on eBay?

toenail

This disgusting toe nail sold for 99p – sorry for this picture.

boxers

This pair of well worn boxers sold for £9.51 with 99p postage.

Well worn heels

These well worn heels fetched £102 with £4.50 postage. If you are interested in selling your old worn shoes on eBay then be sure to check out my guide.

 

This empty glass Coke bottle sold for £5.30

Broken Dolls

A bundle of broken Barbie style dolls sold for £6.48 with £3.80 postage.

Have you spotted any odd sales on eBay recently?

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7 Comments on “10 Weird Things That Sold on eBay in October 2015”

  1. This is so interesting – thanks for looking into this! I think people upcycle the barbies into more realistic makeup free dolls like ‘Treechange’ dolls which are quite fun but the toilet rolls and the old pants are really weird!.

  2. The pervy stuff I can understand, and the crafty stuff maybe, but the coupons?? I wonder if the buyer actually paid for them …

    You should do some experimental listings for a blogpost Emma!

  3. OMG, are you for real? This stuff really sells on eBay? I’m sitting on a fortune here! lol.
    Hmmm… wondering what my dead pot plants and used Post It notes will now fetch 🙂

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