I bought a £329 Amazon returns pallet & got £1500 worth of stuff including 16 kettles, a coffee machine & a… – The Sun

A PAIR of savvy shoppers have shown off their huge haul after buying an Amazon returns pallet for £329.30.
Holly Smith and her husband Callum, who live in the UK shared their haul in a recent YouTube video.
They bought a mystery pallet from Gem Wholesale which only included electrical items as followers had requested it.
The vlogger often sells on some of the items and wasn't hugely convinced about buying an electricals only box.
Holly, a mum of four, explained that an electrical box was very risky as you never know what will come in the box or if any of the items will work so it would be harder to make a profit.
The mum often shares money saving hacks and ideas on her website Coupon Queen UK.
The duo then begin sorting through their pallet, The first item was a Kenwood blender which retails for £60.
They also bagged two Russell Hobbs steam and clean mops worth £35 each.
Holly let out a squeal of excitement at the next item, which was a brand new SMEG kettle in white which retails for £135.
They also got a waffle maker, a Kenwood mini food processor, electric salt and pepper mills and an electric lunchbox.
Callum then pulled out a Bekko kettle £40, and Holly pleaded: Oh don't tell me this is going to be full of kettles."
Unfortunately for Holly, the box was indeed full of kettles.
The couple bagged 16 kettles in total, which Holly decided to give away to her followers.
Although the pair were not thrilled by the amount of kettles, in total the gadgets would have cost at least £270 at retail price.
The couple bagged a Swan retro kettle in mint green worth £40, two Tower kettles worth £40, two Russell Hobbs kettles, and a Cuisin Art kettle.
The box contained a lot of kettles, toasters and irons, which both Holly and Callum seemed to be sick of seeing by the end of the haul.
"We got irons and kettles in this pallet," says Holly, unimpressed.
But the couple also managed to bag a stunning Russell Hobbs microwave that was brand new and in full working order and a Bosch coffee machine, although they haven't yet found out if that works.
Holly explained the pallet was a relatively good one, but said if she did sell the items she would probably not make a profit.
The pallet was worth £1500, but with some of the products not branded it was difficult to say exactly how much all the goods were worth.
For more bargain buys, savvy shoppers showed off mega Debenhams closing down sale hauls – including one who got £118 worth of jumpsuits for £4.
Plus this woman bought a £315 returns pallet and got £1.7k worth of "broken" products – many just needed batteries replacing.
And a couple bought six returns pallets – one cost £18 and had £10k worth of goods, and now they're rolling in baby supplies and toys.

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