Full Tilt Poker – $3.5M Worth Of Old Promo Items On The Auction Block

Everything must go!

If you never picked up your “I Knocked Out A Pro At Full Tilt Poker” T-shirt during the FTP heyday, now may be your shot.

Over at J. Sugarman Auction Corp, they are helping facilitate the selling of the, allegedly, over $3,500,000 worth of old Full Tilt Poker promotion items. You know, the shirts, caps, pen, golf bags, footballs and other massive-profit-margin carnival bullshit that they used to ship you in exchange for your completely unsegregated rake dollars.

So, on Saturday August 2nd in San Dimas, CA (the same city Bill And Ted are from) at 11:00am PST all this stuff is getting put on the auction block. According to a sales rep at J. Sugarman, auctions typically last 2-3 hours and you can place bids in person or online. The items are doled out depending on the demand, so if someone wants to try and pick up everything in one swoop, it may be put up like that. On the other hand, if someone just wants to try and grab a few of the over 15K keychains they may parse this out.

The breakdown looks like this: over 193,000 items (they say over 200K) spread over 28 categories. To be fair, some of these categories are duplicates as there’s a few different “pens” and separate “mouse pads”, etc. Still, there’s a TON of stuff.

Want to see what’s up for grabs? Check it out right here.

Or you can just go on eBay…there’s a ton of stuff out there.

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