Big Brother 3 Auction Closing Soon
How would you like to get your sticky mitts on some of the
actual gear from the Big Brother house? Well, now is your
last chance to buy some TV history, as the Big Brother 3 Auction
is about to finish.
Ugh? What auction, we hear you ask?
Well, it's true to say that when Big Brother 3 ended, we said
that Channel 4 weren't doing an auction this year. However,
to cut a long story short, it turns-out that a company lent
'tightwad' Channel 4 a load of gear for the third series of
the show, but subsequently went bust.
So, the bailiffs descended on the BB House and repossessed
everything outstanding, which they're now selling off... and
it's currently going for a song!
They have loads of stuff available including much of the
cutlery, bedding, sofas and garden furniture used by the 14
contestants for nine weeks over the summer. They even have
the superb orangey-red Diary Room Chair.
With the current bidding, the latter is going for well
below what it should be, especially considering that it is
a designer item that would cost 'considerable wedge' to buy
from the manufacturer.
The Diary Room Chair from Big Brother Series 1 sold for just
over £30 'grand, so it looks like someone will get an
absolute bargain this year, by bagging a fantastic piece of
furniture with both history and future collectable value for
a fraction of that amount.
Anyway, why not head over to the Auction to see what other
bargains you can pick up? There are plenty of things available
for all budgets, including items from around £10.
There's also some really smart gear that you might not have
noticed during the show, like the illuminated footstools for
instance. And let's not forget the Pebble Duvets as slept-in
by 'skanky Spanky' Spencer (also available brand new in our
Or the kitchen bin that grumpy escapee Sandy kindly p***ed
in when he left. The git!
It's quick-and-easy to place your bids - just visit the SIA
Group website, click the link to the 'Big Brother Auction'
section, register and then start bidding.
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