Teessiders are trying to sell their new fivers for a huge profit on eBay
They might say £5 on them, but it turns out that they could be worth a lot more... if you have the correct one.
The new plastic fivers came into circulation earlier this month, but some of them are listed on eBay for upwards of £200.
So how do you know if yours is potentially worth a lot more than £5?
Well, you need one with a serial number beginning AA01 OR one with sequential serial numbers in a set of notes.
And it looks like a few people on Teesside have bagged themselves one and have put them up on eBay for a crazy profit.
These are the current listings on eBay.
Six listed for £40... read more
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