Lidl’s £13 sell-out trainers that sell for double the price on Ebay are back in shops this week

LIDL branded shoes that sell for more than DOUBLE the price on eBay are returning to shelves this week.

Shoppers will be able to buy a range of Lidl branded merchandise including £12.99 trainers.

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But the brightly coloured sneakers have already appeared online, going for as much as £40.

Listings on eBay show a recent sale for £39.50, attracting one bid and another went for £38 after a battle between five bidders.

Last year when they went on sale overseas the sought-after shoe went for a whopping £450.

They also sold for as much as £4,000 on trainer resale site StockX, according to reports, after they came back in stock.

Now the trainers are hitting the discount store’s shelves in the UK for the first time.

There will also be a wider range of Lidl merchandise going on sale featuring the famous yellow, blue and red colours along with the Lidl logo.


It includes socks, shorts and a reusable shopping bag – here’s the full list of Lidl by Lidl items you can get:

Trainers – £12.99Socks – £1.49Foldable shopping bag – 99pMen’s swimming shorts – £4.99

Lidl’s trainers come in a men’s and women’s version, both priced at £12.99. For men, they come in size 7-11.5 and for women, size 4-7.5.

The merch is a “Middle of Lidl” offer, where items other than groceries go on sale for cheap – but when they sell out, that’s it.

Shoppers can get hold of the merchandise in stores from this Thursday (September 16).

You won’t be able to get any of the range online as Lidl doesn’t sell through its website.

You can find your nearest Lidl using the supermarket’s store finder tool, but availability can vary between stores, especially if a lot of shoppers want to get their hands on them.

Shoppers can get a sneak peek of the upcoming Middle of Lidl deals using the supermarket’s app.

It also offers loyalty discounts, like coupons for money off each week, plus a reduced shopping bill when you spend a certain amount.

Aldi’s not the only supermarket to make it’s own branded merch.

Aldi sold a clothing range featuring it’s logo, including hoodies, pants, socks and sliders, promoted by boxer Tommy Fury.

McDonald’s offered merch like golden wellies and hats featuring the golden arches in a competition last year.

 

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