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To be baffled by by Bargain Hunt?

(6 Posts)
CherryChasingDotMuncher Mon 20-Feb-17 13:14:43

The perils of maternity leave Tv-bingeing

I thought the point was to make a profit with the stuff they buy? They get ever so excited if they make a loss of only £10. And I really don't rate the 'experts' who advise the contestants to spend £60 on something that goes on to sell for £15 and act all surprised it hasn't made more.

I still love it though, although I miss David Dickinson and I quite fancy the young auctioneer bloke with the specs

Nabootique Mon 20-Feb-17 13:31:58

I'm with you on this. I'll also mention those property ones (Is it Location, Location, Location?) where they are shown 3 houses that perfectly meet their requirements and then they don't buy any of them.

Sisinisawa Mon 20-Feb-17 13:35:29

They do it the wrong way round. They should buy at auction and sell at fairs.

wickerlampshade Mon 20-Feb-17 13:36:47

yes - they are buying retail and selling wholesale. bound to end in tears.

MrsJayy Mon 20-Feb-17 13:39:19

I prefer Real deal they sell their tatt stuff for profit I dont understand bargain hunt at all

Twistmeandturnme Mon 20-Feb-17 13:40:54

They are doing it the wrong way round and therefore rarely make any money at all. The winner is usually the pair who lose the least, hence the excitement.

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