If you want a bargain, you might consider buying a returnable pallet on Amazon. And while the thought of a discounted box of goods is exciting, there are a few things to consider before you buy.
So what exactly are they, what's in them - and can you buy them in the UK?
Here's everything you need to know. What is an Amazon Return Pallet? Amazon's return is a large range of items that customers return to Amazon.
They can be returned for any reason. Maybe it was bad, unwanted, or the customer was just sent the wrong item.
To get some money back for returns, Amazon can group them into pallets—items labeled "household mixed" or "electrical"—and sell them at a discount. In the range with the theme of household goods, you can find everything from kettles, toasters, microwaves, irons and baking trays - to fairy lights, kitchen utensils, aromatherapy oils, mops and wall clocks.
Some pallets may contain toys, sports equipment, returned clothing and more.
Where to buy returnable pallets on Amazon UK?
There don't seem to be many places in the UK offering Amazon return pallets at the moment. The two well-known suppliers are Toffa
and Gem Wholesale.
These two websites are business wholesalers, which means that buying from them has different rules than buying from a store or buying directly from Amazon. All sales are final, meaning that if anything on your pallet turns out to be poor quality or slightly incorrect, nothing will be sent back.
Toffa Wholesale don't just sell Amazon proceeds either. You can also earn from Argos, Very and a mix of other websites. But only after returning to Amazon can you usually find out where the palette is from at Gem Wholesale, as YouTuber HollyVlogs wrote, people should look for the letters 'A-Z' when browsing the palette on Amazon.