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I scour charity shops for Disney stuff then sell it all on eBay for loads – this is what to look out for

A MAN has revealed how he scours charity shops for Disney items, and then flogs them on eBay for way more.

TikTok user @find_n_flip_uk uploaded a video explaining what items to look out for and which sell best.


In the clip, he said: “Have a look at what I found in my local charity shop.”

Picking up a £1.50 mug featuring the mermaid Ariel, he said: “Mugs sell well all year on eBay, especially Disney ones.

“I managed to pick up four from one charity shop, all quite reasonably priced.

“Three are from the Disney Store and one is from Disneyland.

“They are all in good condition and should be able to get me some good money on eBay.”

He showed how bought four Disney mugs for £6.50, which included a Frozen-themed one for £1.50.

The bargain hunter explained how he usually sells Disney mugs for £10 to £15 each, making a huge profit.

He continued: “Some of the more interesting or 3D designs go for a lot more money, so keep an eye out.”

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His video has racked up more than 1,000 likes and people seem highly impressed. 

One person said: “I had no idea they sell that well.”

Another added: “Always do well with Disney mugs lucky all mugs are 50p round mine.”

A third joked: “I would end up keeping them all.”

Meanwhile, these are the top five charity shops in the country to find designer bargains and rich women’s fancy cast offs.

And a woman said her wardrobe is packed with designers like Dolce & Gabbana & Moschino which she bought for pounds.

For more real life stories, check out this woman who was a homeless single mum who couldn’t afford a loaf of bread & is now set to turnover £100k.

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