Just two days after Christmas, people have started selling unwanted Christmas presents, and some gifts are not even unwrapped.
Following the biggest festival of the year, people are trying to make some extra money by selling the presents they’ve got on Christmas eve. The gifts include watches, candles, clothes, candies, jewelry, cosmetics, and tech. Some people are advertising their unwrapped gifts and the sellers and buyers both have no idea that what is inside.
Surprisingly, those who listed unopened gifts have got an overwhelming response, i.e. , about 20 bids in the first few hours of posting the products.
The presents are listed under “brand new Christmas gifts” and their price range from £10 – £63.Some of the sellers said the gifts that are unwanted for them might be helpful for others.
A lady posted an unwrapped gift worth £62.
99 and said she doesn’t want this gift; thus, she is selling it as she thinks someone else might love it.She has no idea about what is inside the wrapping, but she assumes it might be a jewelry item. Everyone had different reasons for selling gifts.
Some are selling the items sent to them by their ex-love interests, and some are selling them on behalf of their friends for unknown reasons.
Someone from Swindon posted some colorful presents, and so far 12 people are interested in buying them for £13.
The seller said an older distant relative had brought the gift, and he is not interested in opening it.Another woman from London auctioned a stack of unopened gifts and said she wants to sell them for personal reasons. Nineteen people have shown their interest to buy the gifts, and five day days are still left at auction.
“This gift is from someone crazy whom I no longer want to stay in contact with! I hope anyone who gets it will enjoy it.
” wrote another seller about an unwrapped gift that weighs 1 kg.eBay doesn’t give you the warranty of the product you shop from them, but you can apply for a refund if the item dispatched is not the same as described by the seller.