I took a gamble on a John Lewis returns pallet for £120 & bagged a £450 PS5, we hit the jackpot

A WOMAN has revealed how she bagged a PS5 and others goodies from John Lewis in an auction for just £120. 

Katherine Chalmers showed how she “hit the jackpot” after putting in a bid in the blind auction.


She also managed to get five bean bags, a mug, curtain poles, wool, a dog bed, a mirror, a soap dispenser and a bath caddy – along with the popular console. 

Katherine wrote in a TikTok video: “We put a bid for a random pallet of ex-John Lewis goods.

“It’s a blind auction so we didn’t know what would be in the box.

“We paid £120 including delivery. This is pallet arrival day. This was a very exciting gloomy February day.”

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Some people said the deal seemed too good to be true, with one commenting: “Just not true is it.”

The girlfriend explained to skeptical TikTok users that her and her boyfriend used the auction website BidSpotter to bag the deals. 

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Katherine’s two haul videos have racked up a staggering 174,000 likes with many people saying they want to try bidding in an auction.

Katherine did a follow-up clip sharing the “reality” of the auction, explaining that they later found out the PS5 wasn’t working.

She wrote: “They tested it, it stopped working. So it is broken. We will try to get it fixed.”

However, people were still impressed at the pallet, with one saying: “Omg how lucky.”




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And we shared how PS5 are selling for £1,000 on eBay three MONTHS after launch – more than double the real price.

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