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'I buy stuff on sale in Tesco and Home Bargains then sell on Amazon FBA to make hundreds'

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A new 'side hustle' trend has emerged which has seen budding entrepreneurs earn themselves some extra cash by flipping products from budget stores and supermarkets.

A slew of videos has popped up on the likes of TikTok and Instagram, featuring young content creators buying things like toys, shampoo and skin care products and selling them on Amazon and other sites.

The method is known as 'reselling' and is usually associated with sneaker culture. The videos feature people going to stores like Tesco and Home Bargains to buy multiple products on the clearance aisle before selling them for profit. READ MORE: Man goes viral after explaining that we are all cooking pasta wrong - but not for the reason you'd think They do this by using a profit calculating app where they search how much the original retail price is for a product and how much profit they stand to make if they sell the item on Amazon FBA.

Amazon FBA or 'fulfilment by Amazon' is a programme by the company which gives sellers the opportunity to store their products in one of their warehouses to be shipped to customers.

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