I bought a £309 Amazon returns pallet and ended up with designer sunnies, boxes of makeup & fitness gear worth thousands

A WOMAN who spent £309 on an Amazon returns pallet was left stunned by what was inside.

Luna took to TikTok to share an unboxing video, after receiving the massive pallet to her home in the Scottish Highlands.

After struggling to unwrap the pallet, she started taking the items into her house one by one, getting increasingly excited as she saw what was inside.

While there are different categories returns pallets can be purchased from, Luna went for the sports one, meaning that a lot of the items were fitness related.

As such, she ended up with three stunt scooters, four dart boards, two pull up door devices and an ab roller.

She also got a table tennis set, two sets of dumbbells and boxing gloves and pads.

While many of the items were returned because the boxes were damaged, the products themselves were in perfect condition.

In addition to the pallet, Luna paid £75 for a mystery beauty box, which was full of makeup, beauty items and other goodies.

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Upon opening it, she found a pair of cheap sunglasses which were properly broken, but was delighted to then come across a pair of DKNY sunglasses that only needed the lens popping back in.

"I'm a big fan of these!" she said of the £95 sunglasses as she modelled them for the camera.

She was also thrilled to get a pot of Elemis cleansing balm – which retails for around £44 – and an Illamasqua highlighter, which costs £36 and was completely unused.

Luna also got a £20 bottle of Calvin Klein Be perfume, a £16.99 Paul Smith aftershave, a bag of REN skincare products and a bag of River Island makeup.

"I’m going to start listing the things that are in really good condition and if I make my money back – I don't even want to make a profit – I'll do this again imminently," she said in a longer video shared to her YouTube page.

"Someone has already brought the 15kg dumbbells so it's looking good!"

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