I cleared shelves of toys in Asda – people say it’s sad and I’m taking them away from kids but I’ll make £130 profit | The Sun

NONE of us pop into ASDA with the thought of making money, but one savvy businessman has done just that.

A money-making shopper has shown us how he made a killing by clearing the shelves of a popular toy.

26-year-old entrepreneur Ben claims he made £130 profit during a supermarket shop, and it was no effort at all.

Taking to TikTok, Ben – who posts videos as Bens Business and calls himself a six-figure Amazon seller – revealed his clever hack.

The clip begins in a two-storey Asda superstore, as Ben pushes his trolley around the aisles.

“Today I went to Asda to do my shopping but I ended up making over £130 in profit,” he teases. 

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Ben makes a beeline to the clearance section to spy any sweet deals, but has no luck. 

“I couldn’t find anything there so I went to the sale aisle and scanned a load of toys,” he continues. 

Ben picks up a few popular toys including Paw Patrol trucks and Spiderman figures before spotting his grand prize. 

“Then I came across this absolutely cracking deal,” he explains, showing a screenshot of his Amazon seller page. 

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Ben had spotted a Lego City Grocery Store set priced at £22.50. 

If he sold the item on Amazon, he’d make a £5.98 profit.

Ben points his camera at shop shelves full of the product and explains his next move. 

“As you can see there’s absolutely loads,” he states. “I ended up with 22, making a £130 in profit.”

It sounds like a sweet deal, but Ben’s followers were less than impressed by his tactics. 

One user commented: “You haven’t made a profit if it hasn’t sold yet.”

A second agreed: “Bit sad innit.” 

And a third replied: “So we can go to Asda for a cheaper price…”

Meanwhile, others were more concerned about children missing out on their favourite toys because Ben had bought them all. 

“No toys for the kids then,” observed one disgruntled viewer. 

“Don’t leave anything for people who are struggling,” commented another. 

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Ben boasts around 5,000 followers on his TikTok page and has amassed 43,000 likes on his money-making videos. 

His Asda clip has been watched by over a million people and while some trolls hate his work, he won’t stop sharing how he makes his money. 

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