I clocked some utter bargains in TK Maxx so cleared the shelves and made £90 profit in just 15 mins – here’s how | The Sun

A MAN has revealed how he made £90 clearing the shelves of TK Maxx.

Taking to his TikTok account @aftermarketarbitrage, the savvy man is an Amazon FBA seller who makes his money selling products online.

In a recent video, he shared how he made £90 in just 15 minutes and the steps to follow so you can start a side hustle too.

In the clip, the young man is spotted going to the discount store to grab bargain buys.

He first found some Tommee Tippee bottles, which he scanned on an app to see how much of a profit he could make by selling them on Amazon.

The bargain-hunter said: "£90 on profit with what I've come out with," he said as he held up his bags of goodies.


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The bottles made him £4 profit per unit, and he then found a set of Little Live pets scruff plushie set with a profit of £12.

He found another Little Live Pets plushie which gave him a profit of £4 as well.

Next, he bagged some LOL dolls for £8.99 each in TK Maxx, which he could sell on Amazon to get £5.74 profit back.

Scanning the rest of the toy section, he also found two Peppa Pig drift cars for £11, which gave him a profit of £9.61 per unit.

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"I think we spent around £160 and we're looking at around about £90 profit in 15 minutes," he added.

The young man also revealed in another video the best way to find items to resell on Amazon to guarantee a profit.

He noted that the Return on Investment (ROI) should be at least 30% – meaning if you spend £1,000 a month you should see a profit of £300 a month.

The TikTok account has amassed over 120k followers and over 1.5million likes thanks to their money-making tips.

People quickly took to the comments of the video to share their thoughts and ask about the business.

One wrote: "Mad how much money sits on store shelves."

Another asked: "What's the name of the app?"

"Madness," penned a third.

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