Unlike recent Boffers which have varied from fantastic deals on iPad and Laptops to more mundane, but still profitable wholesale lots of clothing and home & garden products, today you won’t know what you’re buying. What we do know is that it’ll be a mixed lot of 100 items for just £19.99.
Possibly, possibly not. We understand that the lots will vary so you might get lucky and get something great, or it might be a load of stuff you have no use for but can eBay or car boot. Boffer themselves say:
“The crap in today’s Boffer is nothing you haven’t seen a million times before. It’s the same debris that lurks about the back of your warehouse.
If somebody delivered this crap to your business you would yell at them and say take it back. But when we give it a snazzy name, well, not that snazzy, “Pile of Crap” is as creative as we get and only make it available to a few trade purchasers; suddenly we’ve got an ecommerce sensation on our hands. The internet is a strange place isn’t it“.
Boffer’s stated rules of crap
I. You should expect nothing beyond ONE big box and approx one hundred crappy items.
II. You shouldn’t whine and complain when some people’s crap turns out to be nicer than yours.
III. You really should take a moment to consider whether you might be better off just not buying this crap.
We wholeheartedly agree with Boffer… you really should take a moment to pause and think before you buy one of these piles of crap. However on the other hand it’s only twenty quid and if you want to chance your luck go for it. At 20p per item cost, casual sellers should more than make their money back on eBay and you never know, you might get something that you want to keep for your own use.
To give you an idea of what you might expect here’s a video from a previous deal – this was a bag of crap with significantly less than 100 items, but expect a similarly diverse range of good to turn up on your doorstep.