1,150 Units (Pallet ID: P8090-1)

$800.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)

Mystery Box – Department Store Pulled Apparel.

What is a MYSTERY BOX?

A Mystery Box is a box pulled off a Mystery Pallet. It is the same department store pulled apparel that you see in the auctions. The boxes are pre counted and you get the boxed mixed the way it was received on our end. We don't have any sorted mystery boxes. These are all randomly mixed with Women’s, Men’s, and Children’s apparel. If you like the clothing items in the auctions, a mystery box is the same type of apparel. Just No bidding and No pictures.


A Mystery Pallet is the same department store pulled apparel that you see in the auctions. They are the same as the Mystery Box, just a lot more boxes stacked up to a 6' to 7' tall pallet. These are pallets that we haven't pulled any boxes off or open any boxes for pictures. If you want one of these pallets, send me a message with the Pallet ID and I will quote a LTL rate based on your zip code. Shipping rates will change based on your need for a lift gate, are you at a residential or commercial address, and your zip code.

What is in the AUCTION BOXES?

This is the same apparel in the mystery boxes and pallets. We open a random box of apparel on a pallet and keep working the same pallet. We take pictures of each item and tape the box back up. Each box is randomly mixed with Women's, Men's, and Kids apparel. If an item has a retail tag on it, we try to show those in the pictures. Not every item has a retail tag on it. If an item has damaged, we will also show that in the pictures, if we see it. We are processing these boxes quickly. These are store pulls, not customer returns so the damage is very minimal.

What is a Store Pull?

Shelf pulls are items previously available for sale at the retail location but were never sold. They may be missing price tags or have more than one price tags and/or stickers, indicating multiple markdowns and have been exposed to customer contact.  Since most of these items are sent through a reverse supply chain (from a retailer back to a centralized warehouse), they can show signs of further handling.  Store Pulled apparel may include items New With Tag (NWT), New Without Tag (NWOT), stained, broken zippers, and/or other issues. 

Retail Store Pull Liquidations:

These clothing pallets are Not from Nordstrom Apparel Liquidations

These clothing pallets are Not from Macys Apparel Liquidations

These clothing pallets are Not from Von Maur Apparel Liquidations

Our partnered retail Vendors are not disclosed on our website, but we hope this list helps narrow it down.   Review all the brand names and designers clothing brands shown in the pictures and you should be able to figure it out.

List of Brand Names:

*Boxes may include the following brand names, but it is not limited to this list.

7 For All Mankind, Adidas, Adio, Air Jordan, American Eagle, Anne Klein, Baby Phat, Banana Republic, Blank NYC, Bearpaw, Bebe Sport, Betsey Johnson, Billabong, Born, Callaway, Calvin Klein, Champion, Cloth & Stone, Coach, Columbia, Converse, Current Elliott, Derek Lam, Doc Marten, Dolce & Gabbana, Dooney & Bourke, Ecco, Ed Hardy, Emerica, Express, Forever 21, Frame, Free People, FreePeople, Guess, Gunit, Heritage 1981, Hollister, Hurley, HydraFlask, House of Harlow, James Perse, Jessica Simpson, Jones New York, Jones of NY, Juicy, Joie, Juicy Couture, Kate Spade, Keds, Kenneth Cole, Levi, Limited, Love Rocks, Lucky Brand, Lucky Brand Jeans, Marc Jacobs, Max Studio, Splendid, Michael Kors, Miss Me Belt, MUDD, Nautica, New York & Co, Nike, Nine West, Nordstrom, North Face, O’Neill, Paris Blues, Patricia Nash Purses, Pepe, Perry Ellis, Pink Rose, Polo by Ralph Lauren, Polo, Puma, Quiksilver, Rag & Bone, Ralph Lauren, Roxy, Royal Doulton, Sean Jean, Sketchers, Sincerely Jules, Steve Madden, Taylor, Tommy Hilfiger, Toms, True Religion, UGG, Under Armour, Vans, VINCE, Vince Camuto, Vox, Yogalicious, Zara and More.