Shopping on eBay is an online adventure through the world of auctioned treasures. Unless you’re looking for something ultra-rare, chances are you’ll find a number of items that match your search criteria. But have you ever tried to really capitalize on someone’s unintentional mistake by searching for an item that could be misspelled? Take Pez candy dispensers for example, one eBay search yields approximately 2,243 search results when Pez is spelled correctly. Now search “Pezz” and you’ll likely come up with a handful of random items and you’ll see people have misspelled the actual candy dispenser, leaving you the opportunity to swoop in and grab it for a bargain. Also, try misspelling the Pez character and see if you can do even better with your bargain shopping secret!
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