Are you sitting on £1,380 without realising? Items in your home could be worth a fortune


eBay’s research found one third of UK adults splurged on over 26 frivolous items during the lockdown, and many of these can now be resold to fund a summer holiday.

Some of the most popular purchases during lockdown were smartphones, averaging at £238, coffee machines valued at £71 and standing mixers with an average of £92.

18-34 year-olds mostly got invested in traditional hobbies and items to revamp their home office, many of these items haven’t seen much use and selling them could see you raise £457.

Board games – £21

Coffee machine £71

Yoga mat £14

Embroidery hoop £14

Ice cream maker £33

Fishing rod £42

Weights £46

Electric keyboard £216





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