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British Airways Club World crockery and linens being sold on eBay

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After the big British Airways sell-off of First Class crockery and other items before Christmas, a sale of Club World products has turned up on eBay by a company called ‘’.

You can see the 80 listings by clicking here.

Pricing is very competitive compared to store prices so you are not necessarily overpaying for the British Airways association.

For example:

  • 24 piece crockery set for £42.50 (picture above) – click here
  • 8 x The White Company pillow cases for £18.95 – click here

If you are plannings kids birthday party ….

  • 10 x drawstring bags with colouring book and crayons for £19.95 – click here

With 80 different lots, and multiple quantities of most lots, you should find something to interest you. I wouldn’t hang about too long if you see something you like.

You can see the full set of listings on eBay here. Happy hunting.

EDIT: This is NOT showing on the main listing, but I like it – the Liberty First Class washbag (very pretty) plus a White Company Club World washbag plus some headphones for just £22.95.

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Comments (46)

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  • Andrew says:

    I’ve bought several job lots of the linens from this seller over the last few weeks – the old design square First cushion covers are a good buy. And bonus – I can spend my Avios on it!

  • Tom says:

    OT – can anyone tell me if buying Avios from third party companies is genuine?

    Various firms seem to promote the selling of Avios but are they safe?

  • Freddy says:

    Not again

  • Jens says:

    All gone now, it seems. Nothing comes up for this seller now. That’ll teach me not to read HfP during the day, I guess…

    • Rob says:

      Seller is showing ‘unavailable until 24th March’. Very odd.

      • Andrew says:

        Very odd that they’ve even taken down all the other random kitchen stuff they sell too. I got my order last Monday without a problem, so was operating normally before, and certainly not another What-a-buy fiasco! But maybe HFP gave them too much of an unexpected serge for a Sunday afternoon.

      • Graham Dowson says:

        I put in an order at 6.30pm tonight and have just this minute received notification on eBay that my items have been dispatched…

        • Rob says:

          It was still up around 8.30pm because I looked something up then.

          • lumma says:

            I don’t get anything when I click on the link, but I ordered the 2 washbag and headphones set yesterday afternoon and when I go to my order and click on “sellers other items” I get two crockery options.

  • TimM says:

    The individual item links are working but the seller and shop links show nothing for sale, eBay reports “0 results shown in all categories”. Apart from the things listed in the article, I would be interested in what else is for sale! Are these secret sales?

    • L Allen says:

      Yes, I’m seeing the same. Something has definitely gone wonky 🙂

  • Shirley says:

    It is not the real price, as you need to pay a minimum of £10 and even more for delivery!!!

  • Graeme says:

    They had hundreds of unrelated items in their shop as well, so it seems that they’ve pulled everything for the moment.

  • barnaby100 says:

    Mien arrived today- very well packed.

    They have put a holiday setting on there eBay account- which you can do if you are a shop-it hides your listings but doesn’t end them.

    It says- The seller is away until 24 Mar, 2021. Add this item to your watchlist to keep track of it.

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