If you don’t mind your second-hand purchases having a somewhat shady past, we’ve got quite the deals for you.
The City of Calgary has launched its new online surplus sales and public auctions page, providing residents a chance to purchase items that have been seized through the court.
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The items range in everything from bicycles to construction material, and there are even a few vehicles up for grabs for the right buyer.
Most of the listings include a photo of the item, though prospective purchasers can also swing by the Investment Recovery store to get a look in person.
— City of Calgary (@cityofcalgary) February 18, 2019
Depending on the item, you’ll be able to either purchase it outright online for the price listed, buy it at the Investment Recovery store on Tuesdays, or, in a few instances, place a bid in an online auction.
Currently up for grabs are 19 bicycles, multiple iPads, 24 police vehicles, a few pressure washers, a Seiko chronograph watch, construction equipment, a cookware set, shoes, a tennis racket, snowboard boots, and much more.
Take a brose for yourself at the City of Calgary’s website.