Everything must go as Big Brother sells up

Over 1000 items from the Big Brother house and studios are up for sale as items including the diary room chair, Gretel’s old sofa and even ninja outfits are set to go under the hammer.

Lloyds Auctioneers and Valuers have opened bidding on the “entire contents” of the house, giving fans and bargain hunters alike just under a week to snap up a huge range of items with over 500 lots currently on offer.   Not only is it a chance for Big Brother fans to own something that was actually in the house, or at least in an office about 300m away, there is the potential for some Big Bargains too.

The most recent diary room chair is currently attracting a bid of $310, while other fixtures and fittings up for grabs includes the lounge sofas, the dining chairs and even the outfits warn by the ninjas.

If you can’t convince yourself to splash out on some memorobilia, the auction is offering some bargain prices on everyday items, including a range of televisions, with a 50 inch model currently valued at $111, all of the housemates beds – which including bedding are currently attracting bids of around just $10, while mobile phones are up for auction at just a few dollars for two or three.   There is no indication if any reserve price has to be met.

Task items including a giant remote control, Christmas stockings (with the names of housemates) and Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down props are also up for grabs, alongside office desks and chairs plus some relics from the early years including Gretel’s lip couch from Uncut.

The auction is online only and closes on the 14th September at 14:00, with the goods to be collected from Foxwell Road, Coomera, by the 23rd September.

More information and discussion can be found on the Behind Big Brother forum, while take a look at the items for yourself and the auction details at the Lloyds website.

 

 

 

One thought on “Everything must go as Big Brother sells up”

  1. Oh my god. They could be like re-designing the house for Big Brother All Stars with every previous winners from 2001-2014…

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