Car boot whizz who makes £1K in a morning shares the 3B method he swears by to easily rake in the cash | The Sun

Car boot whizz who makes £1K in a morning shares the 3B method he swears by to easily rake in the cash | The Sun

July 18, 2023

IF you're looking to earn a bit of extra cash, then a car boot sale could just be the thing for you.

But if you don't know the first thing about nabbing bargains, then you're in luck, because a car boot whizz known as 'ABL reselling,' has revealed his top money-saving tips and tricks.

And it turns out, the man who raked in a whopping £1k from just one morning, relies on the 3B method – boots, bundles and board games.

In a clip shared to YouTube, he can be seen arriving home after a successful few hours of bargain hunting, before revealing the hugely discounted goodies he nabbed.

"The office total spend today is a £180 and for that I picked up 42 items," he says.

First up, he notes that he picked up a pair of motorcycle boots.


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"These are in pretty good condition aside from one of the ankle armour is missing – probably snapped off," he explains.

"It doesn't really affect the boots to be honest, I mean obviously it offers some protection but it's more of an aesthetic part…"


He goes on to say that he'll list them for £30, before offering some of his top tips for purchasing shoes at car boot sales.

"The zips very often get knackered, get missing teeth and all the rest of it so that's your first go-to," he advises.

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"And check the zips…also boots like this are quite often stored in garages and sheds, so just check inside for any signs of nastiness."

The second 'b' that the car boot expert swears by for maximising profit is bundles.

Explaining how he snapped up the Wii console, he continues: "If at all possible I like to bundle it with a Wii fit board because it tends to fetch a higher price.

"But whereas during lockdown you're looking at a listing value of around about £150, for this bundle with a Wii fit board now you're probably looking at around about the £70 mark>"

He then notes how he also got his hands on the original X box bundle.

"It comes with its leads…I've got a load of games I can bundle with this just to increase the listing value which I've put at £60," he says.

Finally, the third 'b' which the car boot whizz says is always a safe bet is board games.

"These are bread and butter type values," he explains.

"Scrabble original pickup and Game of Thrones Monopoly – these have been from the same seller and they've been really well looked after, so the listing value I'm putting on these is £10 each.

Amongst his other finds include a Sandstorm amplifier which he says will fetch for around £25. some ski boots for £20, car security device, and a Sony blu-ray player.

"Sold quite a few of this type of player just recently," he explains.

"Sony's obviously a brilliant brand if you're looking at the Sony and the LG particularly…the Blu-ray player and particularly the compact ones that sell very, very well.

"Now this is going to be worth me sourcing a remote with it before what I paid for it.

He concludes by giving a quick rundown of some of his other finds – including a Goodman's VHS player, bird watching binoculars, and leather coat.

In total, he says alll of the 42 items will fetch him an impressive £1k+ profit.

The post has since racked up a whopping 46k views and been flooded with comments online.

"Great haul Dave. Love the honesty with the sellers and good banter. Works a treat for you and chilled viewing for us," praised one.

A second enthused: "What and impressive haul…love that feeling when you're driving home knowing you've done well."

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A third commented: "Great haul Dave – always learning from your pick ups."

Meanwhile, a fourth added: "Thoroughly enjoyed this. I didn't know there was so much to be found at these places."

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