Full Tilt Auction – Discount Merch Is Going, Going, Gone

Let's make a deal.

A couple weeks ago we brought you the story of the auctioning off of old regime Full Tilt Poker promotional items. You know, all those ridiculous hats, stress toys and glasses with the FTP logo that they wanted you to spend your FTP points on.

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

Well, the auction was completed this weekend as bidders looked to pick up whatever they could for dirt cheap. The J Sugarman auction house estimated that they held about $3.5M worth of FTP junk.

They sold about $130K worth.

You name it, it was up for grabs: coasters, books, DVD’s, dartboards, flex-fit caps, tons of t-shirts, poker chips sets, decks of cards…the whole FTP store.

If it had a FTP logo on it, it was on the Bloch.

So what was the highest yielding lot? They sold 250 FTP dartboards for $14 each bringing in $3,500 and 10 Poker Tables for the same amount.

The least expensive, per unit, was a FTP Cat Stress Toy which went for .02 cents…at 5076 units.

Want to see how much each item sold for? Check out Proxibid’s finished auction site over at J Sugarman.

Props to Hans Kleinsman over at Nederpoker for getting out the calculator and coming up with the total amount sold.

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