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People Are Bidding Thousands On Photos Of PS5s

People Are Bidding Thousands On Photos Of PS5s

Desperate times call for desperate measures. And after the new PS5 sold out in a matter of minutes recently, gamers have taken to eBay in a bid to get their hands on the long-awaited console.

However, rather than the actual PlayStation itself dozens have - presumably accidentally - been bidding thousands of pounds on photos of one.

A quick scan through the online market site shows dozens of cases of people advertising pictures of PS5s, some of which are going for more than £2,000 ($2,666).

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One listing is currently going for £7,100 ($9,467) - about £6,500 ($8,600) more than the actual console is going for on the site.

This particular ad reads: "Brand new!! Ps5 Disc Edition Photo."

It's a nice photo but not £7,000 nice. Credit: eBay
It's a nice photo but not £7,000 nice. Credit: eBay

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A bit further down, the description then says: "Brand new!! Ps5 Disc Edition PHOTO.

"Condition is New.

"This is a photo.

"You will receive a picture thought [sic] email once bidding ends.

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"Buyer must provide email address after winning the auction. Thanks."

While another listing is up for £5,100 ($6,800).

The description says: "New PS5 Disc Edition (photo). This is a photo of the PS5.

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Some of the snaps are going for thousands of pounds. Credit: eBay
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eBay has since told LADbible that these adverts are being removed from the site.

A spokesperson for the platform said: "We condemn these opportunistic sellers who are attempting to mislead other users.

"We are in the process of removing all listings for photos of PS5s from our marketplace and will be taking appropriate action against the sellers.

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"For any purchase, but especially highly priced or in-demand items, buyers should exercise caution and thoroughly read the listing description.

"Buyers who receive an item which is not as described are entitled to a refund via our eBay Money Back Guarantee, provided they completed the transaction on the eBay platform".

It's safe to say the console's release hasn't been plain sailing for a lot of gamers.

Earlier this month, frustrated Amazon customers blasted the 'absolute shambles' that saw them receive pet food instead of PS5s.

Numerous customers were left exasperated when they opened their package only to find... pet food.

I mean, it's bad enough when the supermarket substitutes your corn for peas, but a PlayStation switched out for a meaty pet pouch really takes the biscuit.

It wasn't just pet food that was delivered in place of PlayStations. Other customers reported receiving the likes of air fryers and George Forman grills - which admittedly is an improvement on pet food.

It is unclear why customers received incorrect packages but Amazon confirmed that an investigation had been launched.

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Topics: Food, World News, ebay, Funny, PlayStation, Animals, Amazon

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Dominic graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in French and History. Like you, Dom has often questioned how much use a second language has been. Well, after stints working at the Manchester Evening News, the Accrington Observer and the Macclesfield Express, along with never setting foot in France, he realised the answer is surprisingly little. But I guess, c'est la vie. Contact us at [email protected]