Women’s Nike Kaishi 2.0 SE rrp £70 now £15 Nike Clearance Castleford
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Women’s Nike Kaishi 2.0 SE rrp £70 now £15 Nike Clearance Castleford

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LocalFound 9th Oct
Found lots of these in the Nike Clearance store in Castleford today.

Womens Nike Kaishi 2.0 SE

looking at the label

Factory store is £70 down to £30 plus 50% off Women’s making them just £15

Various sizes dotted around


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It’s 50% off Women’s
nothing off Mens or Kid
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Sample shelves in both Men’s and Kids section

Nike Air Max 90 Premier

Had these £70 adult size ? 8 or 8.5 & @£40 ?size 2.5/3

No photo’s you’ll have to take my word for it.

No offensive intended but personally I thought they looked hideous so paid little attention.

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Nothing really grabbed me as they were still priced £40 for kids samples and £70 for adults samples which seemed expensive
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 9th Oct
I'd be spending my pocket on some of them and selling them for profit.
M-M12 m ago

I'd be spending my pocket on some of them and selling them for profit.


Do you think there’s any money to be made on them?

I’ve often wondered when I see people clearing the shelves

Surely after ebay fees and postage it’s not worth the effort flogging them online.

I suppose if you have a stall at a car boot or something but then do people trust they are genuine at a car boot so would you get a good price for them.
myusernamehasgone23415 m ago

Do you think there’s any money to be made on them? I’ve often wondered whe …Do you think there’s any money to be made on them? I’ve often wondered when I see people clearing the shelvesSurely after ebay fees and postage it’s not worth the effort flogging them online.I suppose if you have a stall at a car boot or something but then do people trust they are genuine at a car boot so would you get a good price for them.


I would imagine that there's a few bob to be made, you can post them on gumtree for free and when e-bay gives you the opportunity to sell for £1, it's always a good bet to take advantage of it with higher priced items, as for people believing the authenticity of your products, that's a different matter.
M-M15 m ago

I would imagine that there's a few bob to be made, you can post them on …I would imagine that there's a few bob to be made, you can post them on gumtree for free and when e-bay gives you the opportunity to sell for £1, it's always a good bet to take advantage of it with higher priced items, as for people believing the authenticity of your products, that's a different matter.


You’d be amazed at how much people pay for stuff on eBay & Facebook selling groups ... some of them are quite aggressive & pushy when they really want what you’re selling too! I’ve sold some absolute crap for a huge profit & people were fighting over it (via messenger, not literally!)
shelliebish36 m ago

You’d be amazed at how much people pay for stuff on eBay & Facebook s …You’d be amazed at how much people pay for stuff on eBay & Facebook selling groups ... some of them are quite aggressive & pushy when they really want what you’re selling too! I’ve sold some absolute crap for a huge profit & people were fighting over it (via messenger, not literally!)


I’ve never used Facebook for buying or selling, not sure I will either of anyone is fighting. But I do like sound of making money from crap lying about the house
shelliebish37 m ago

You’d be amazed at how much people pay for stuff on eBay & Facebook s …You’d be amazed at how much people pay for stuff on eBay & Facebook selling groups ... some of them are quite aggressive & pushy when they really want what you’re selling too! I’ve sold some absolute crap for a huge profit & people were fighting over it (via messenger, not literally!)


I never thought about facebay, I've heard of folk near me selling old tatty clothes and shoes even furniture on it, apparently that's the way to go.
Facebook can be quite infuriating, people will take the michael with offers more so than ebay, but its great for shifting old bits of furniture and other tat. Ive shifted all manner of rubbish that was fit for the tip for a fiver or tenner, not mega money granted!
myusernamehasgone23417 m ago

I’ve never used Facebook for buying or selling, not sure I will either of a …I’ve never used Facebook for buying or selling, not sure I will either of anyone is fighting. But I do like sound of making money from crap lying about the house


I hadn’t thought about it until a friend pointed out that there are no fees & no postage costs! It’s great for selling old toys, old kids stuff, furniture & stuff that would be difficult to post. I sold a faulty cooker yesterday for £150 and had over 20 people messaging me about it! If you don’t want people knowing where you live, you can offer to drop off locally & make it seem like you’re doing them a favour!
wassap9 m ago

Facebook can be quite infuriating, people will take the michael with …Facebook can be quite infuriating, people will take the michael with offers more so than ebay, but its great for shifting old bits of furniture and other tat. Ive shifted all manner of rubbish that was fit for the tip for a fiver or tenner, not mega money granted!


I’ve been lucky so far, people don’t tend to ask stupid questions or try to get money off, it’s more that they try to outdo someone else, if you say someone’s viewing at 6pm they’ll offer to come at 4pm! Or straightaway (even in the middle of the night!).
I made the mistake of holding items for people, for them not to show. I know just say 1st come 1st served. Good bargains to be had for buying, ive saved a packet on DIY gear for my bathroom, but you do have to be quick for the good stuff.
wassap10 m ago

I made the mistake of holding items for people, for them not to show. I …I made the mistake of holding items for people, for them not to show. I know just say 1st come 1st served. Good bargains to be had for buying, ive saved a packet on DIY gear for my bathroom, but you do have to be quick for the good stuff.


My husband tells me I’m too nice as I always hold on for people... but I keep the others on standby & promise to let them know if it falls through, that usually works well!
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