A SAVVY shopper has revealed how she makes a huge profit with TK Maxx bargain finds.
With the cost-of-living crisis soaring, a growing number of people are looking for ways to make some extra cash on the side.
Danielle, better known to her 39.5k fans as Charity Shop Finds on TikTok, is no exception and she's figured out an easy side hustle to rake in more money.
Offering a helping hand to those who may want to consider this, she uploaded a video explaining how she does it.
And turns out, not only is it so easy anyone can do it, all you need is a TK Maxx nearby and an account on eBay.
''It's crazy that you can have a full-time job and still need a side hustle to pay basic bills.
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''But that's how I started selling clothing online,'' the UK-based shopper said in the video.
''I picked up these Ganni boots on Friday, they were in their TK Maxx clearance for £29.''
But rather than keeping the on-trend western footwear to herself, Danielle decided to flog them online.
''They were kind of in a used condition so I listed them as used.
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''They sold in 48h and I made £41 profit,'' revealed Danielle who had sold them for £70.
''Pretty good little side hustle,'' she chuckled.
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Sharing her experience, the savvy shopper went on to add: ''I sell everywhere but get a lot of low ball offers too and it's not always a quick sale.
''It all depends on the item.''
Since being uploaded less than a day ago, the clip has already attracted quite the attention, racking up over 81k views.
And whilst many were keen to give this side hustle a go, not everyone's had the best time trying to sell stuff online.
One person moaned: ''I gave up with eBay, depop etc as they wanted it for nothing.''
Another agreed, adding: ''People offer me like 2 quid for stuff.''
''I’ve never seen used shoes like that in TK Maxx! I’m shocked at their condition,'' a third was impressed.
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''Good you sold them for a profit though.''
''How do your items sell so fast ? Sometimes my items are up for months and months…help!'' a fellow TikTok user sought tips and tricks.
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