Stock sale! Up to 40% Off Selected stock
Up to 40% off means that some of our stock is down
to 1% of the retail price!
Welcome to Wholesale Clearance UK Ltd. We are an online leading UK suppliers of high quality stock to the trade and public. Our goods sell for much lower prices than our competitors, so you can increase your profit margin. Customers of Wholesale Clearance include market traders, private traders, carboot sellers and eBay traders worldwide. Our strong track record can be attributed to offering an ever-changing selection of branded clothing and a range of interesting and unique products.
At Wholesale Clearance there is no trade account or signup necessary. With the click of a mouse you can easily buy and sell branded clothes, footwear, candles, gift stock and more. Whether you’re seeking a constant supply of pallets or are just breaking into the industry, you’ll find an ever-changing selection of stock at any given time. Plus, enjoy friendly customer support 7 days a week by email, phone or in person at our warehouse. We also allow viewing of stock prior to purchase as required.
We offer free UK delivery on orders over £250 before VAT, as well as international delivery and assistance with VAT reclaim.
We have a 7 day return policy that you can return your stock for any reason and receive credit.
Wholesale Clearance UK's website is SSL secure and we are a accredited member of Safebuy for your total piece of mind.
We have over 230 5* independent reviews on review sites and 22,000 positive feedback comments on eBay. We have been trading for over 10 years.
We have an automatic postage calculator, just add items to your shopping basket to see the delivery price. We offer free delivery on all Wholesale Clearance UK owned stock where the order totals £250 or more. We can send worldwide, please contact us for more information if you do not see your country on in our system.
We supply to everyone that's buying to resell. We supply eBay and Amazon etraders, Internet traders, Market and car boot sellers. We also supply to discount stores and high street shops including the big well know brands. We are happy to speak to anyone, regardless if you have £30 or £30,000 to spend.
Contacting us is easy. You can use our online systems which include live chat or our contact us page. You can email us at [email protected]. If you want to phone us we are available on 01202 668817 or 07837 060911. We are open Monday to Friday 10am until 5pm and you're welcome to come down to our warehouse to view or chat.
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Sports not in the Olympics
Posted on Wednesday 17 August 2016
Facebook Rugby Sevens made its first appearance at an Olympics this year and has been a phenomenal success. My Dad (dyed in the wool footie fan, not the most tolerant of non working class sports it has…Continue
What’s being sold in Rio? The Olympics 2016
Posted on Sunday 07 August 2016
To be fair, I haven’t managed to catch a huge amount of the Olympics yet: a) because there hasn’t been much on so far (it’s the first Sunday as I write this) and b) because I fell asleep in front…Continue
“Would you like help with your Brazillian?”
Posted on Tuesday 02 August 2016
Our booklet blunder with 50,000 tragically inaccurate ‘unofficial’ language guides for Rio 2016 Here at Wholesale Clearance a large variety of stock makes its way in and out of our warehouse, and…Continue
Pokémon GO! (No seriously … leave)
Posted on Tuesday 19 July 2016
I’ve been searching for something to write about this week but the world seems an exceptionally insecure and grim place at the moment, don’t you agree? Looking for inspiration and trying to avoid…Continue
What’s the difference between B2B and B2C long distance selling regulations?
Posted on Sunday 26 June 2016
What’s the difference between B2B and B2C long distance selling regulations? Are you confused about the difference between B2B and B2C long distance selling regulations? The law treats business-to-business…Continue
LinkedIn for SME’s: Useful or not?
Posted on Tuesday 14 June 2016
It was announced yesterday (13/06.2016) that Microsoft is to purchase LinkedIn, the professional networking website, for $26bn (£18bn), which equates to $196 a share. That’s a lot of money. Apparently…Continue
Worth every penny! 6 products that unexpectedly went viral
Posted on Sunday 29 May 2016
It was drawn to my attention this week, that media coverage of certain items can pique interest and ensure that prices rise. You have to be on your toes to catch the wave, blink and you’ve missed it.…Continue
Farewell to Louis van Gaal and 9 other famous sackings
Posted on Tuesday 24 May 2016
It may seem strange to people who don’t understand the machinations of British football, but yes, Louis van Gaal was sacked as Manchester United boss within 48 hours of his side winning the FA Cup,…Continue
Fun facts about Playboy
Posted on Tuesday 17 May 2016
We always have a large number of Playboy products for sale, see HERE, because they’re really good sellers as you would expect from an instantly recognizable global brand. They do well on eBay, in shops…Continue
More money less work: money for old rope
Posted on Sunday 01 May 2016
Our friend Gary Lineker has been in the news again this week, not because he will be presenting Match of the Day in the buff if Leicester do the biz, but because he has taken a swipe at “manipulative”…Continue
Gary Lineker naked? Ten people who put their foot in it
Posted on Tuesday 19 April 2016
Gary Lineker naked? “Ooh yes please,” mutter many of my female friends. So is it going to happen? Will we get a chance to see the well-loved Match of the Day presenter clad only in what his mother…Continue
Who pays the most tax in the UK?
Posted on Monday 11 April 2016
The furore over the Panama Papers leak of 11.5m files from the database of the world’s fourth biggest offshore law firm, Mossack Fonseca last week got me thinking about who pays the most tax in the…Continue
Biggest Product Flops
Posted on Wednesday 06 April 2016
David vs Goliath, the Rebel Alliance vs the Empire, Leicester FC vs the Premiere League. Nothing is more satisfying than witnessing the underdog trump the frontrunner. In business too, this rule is true.…Continue
Top 10 best April Fools jokes ever
Posted on Tuesday 29 March 2016
The tradition for an April Fool’s day is a long one and is recognised around the world. The Roman festival of Hilaria, the Holi festival of India, and the Medieval Feast of Fools are all said to be…Continue
2016 Budget Small Business as winners?
Posted on Thursday 17 March 2016
Small business owners have cautiously welcomed the 2016 budget after George Osborne announced a number of measures that will give SMEs a small amount of breathing space – at least from the financial…Continue
Top 10 most haunted houses in Britain
Posted on Tuesday 08 March 2016
Here at Wholesale Clearance UK we have a range of ex-rental DVDs for sale such as Hunted starring Tommy Lee Jones and Benicio del Torro, and the creepy Cabin Fever from Eli Roth, which has been described…Continue
And so it begins: Brexit and SMEs
Posted on Tuesday 23 February 2016
Finally the news we have all been waiting for, and quite honestly you’re probably sick of hearing about it already. The referendum on whether Britain should remain in the European Union will be held…Continue
January high street sales up?
Posted on Monday 15 February 2016
I caught a glimpse of an interesting item on BBC Breakfast this morning (15.02.2016) suggesting that High Street sales were up and had rallied in January so I had a quick shufty around to find out what…Continue
Twitter for business: Tweet your SME
Posted on Monday 01 February 2016
In the past we’ve looked at using Facebook and eBay for your business. In many ways these are fairly straightforward solutions to your marketing needs. If you haven’t ever considered using Twitter…Continue
The definitive guide to handbags
Posted on Monday 11 January 2016
Some time ago we brought you our definitive guide to shoes. That was so successful we thought we would share our handbag guide with you. If you’re buying bags wholesale and don’t know where to start…Continue
The impact of flooding on small business
Posted on Monday 04 January 2016
Once again, here in the UK, we seem to be bracing ourselves for some very strange weather. More and more frequently we’re seeing whole communities battered by storms and affected by flooding. Here at…Continue
Attack of the Poorly Made Clones
Posted on Tuesday 08 December 2015
There’s been quite a bit of official tat produced in the name of Lucasarts’ sprawling space opera, but at least it all passed basic health and safety regulations. These imported bootleg toys are such…Continue
Slave Leia merchandise banned?
Posted on Monday 07 December 2015
There are rumours circulating on the Internet that all Slave Leia merchandise is set to be banned by Disney following one father’s complaint in the USA, although this has yet to be officially confirmed…Continue
The best and the worst of Star Wars Merchandise
Posted on Sunday 29 November 2015
George Lucas may well be the most astute director Hollywood has ever produced. He’s one of the wealthiest Hollywood celebrities ever (current worth is estimated at $7.3 billion) in spite of only ever…Continue
Brace yourself – Black Friday is coming!
Posted on Thursday 19 November 2015
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It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas. Christmas songs are here!
Posted on Friday 06 November 2015
I had a giggle on Sunday morning (November 1st) when a particular meme popped up on my timeline on Facebook. “When the clock strikes midnight, Halloween will end says the fairy godmother, “and then…Continue
eBay launching new seller performance standards in February 2016
Posted on Monday 26 October 2015
From 20th February 2016 eBay will be updating their seller performance standards. This may or may not be a good thing, but it certainly leads you to wonder why they have decided to do it now. According…Continue
Ten Times Big Companies Have Lied To Us
Posted on Friday 09 October 2015
Things move fast in the corporate world. Since we published our VW Emissions Scandal and 11 other times big companies have lied to us article (here) last week, oil giant BP has agreed to pay $20bn (£13.2bn)…Continue
VW Emissions Scandal and 11 other times big companies have lied to us
Posted on Tuesday 29 September 2015
While I was doing the research for this article I found a heading in a story that baldly stated, “All big corporations lie. If they don’t, they’d go out of business.” Poor grammar aside,…Continue
Does the weather affect sales in the retail sector?
Posted on Sunday 13 September 2015
I was chatting with a customer last week, and enquired about how her retail business was doing. She replied that the wet summer had caused her a few issues. She has a shop on the coast and sees a downturn…Continue
Five eBay Auctions that went viral
Posted on Monday 07 September 2015
Have you ever wondered just how to ensure that your eBay auctions attract a great deal of interest? Perhaps you can take a look at these five auctions that went viral and get some tips on how to write…Continue
Ten things that are a perfect 10
Posted on Thursday 03 September 2015
I’ve become obsessed with perfection. Perfectly obsessed about things that are a perfect 10. Perfection is entirely subjective though, isn’t it? Here’s my list. 10. The most perfect woman In a poll…Continue
Planning your week? Best days to buy and sell
Posted on Tuesday 25 August 2015
Another weekend has disappeared in a puff of smoke. I failed miserably to list some things on eBay that I wanted to, although I did go online to buy myself a new raincoat after mine fell apart during…Continue
Back to school with Wholesale Clearance UK
Posted on Thursday 13 August 2015
There’s something about this time of year that sends the butterflies in my stomach crazy. I have finally figured out it’s a feeling of dread to do with going back to school or college. As soon as…Continue
Selling on Facebook for Beginners Part 3: Targeting other pages
Posted on Tuesday 28 July 2015
In the final part of our mini-series regarding selling on Facebook, I thought I’d tell you about something several of my most successful customers have done. This is probably the easiest way to advertise…Continue
Selling on Facebook for Beginners Part 2: Facebook Advertising
Posted on Saturday 18 July 2015
In our last blog we looked at Facebook advertising and setting up your presence online using a Facebook page. If you regularly use the Facebook page you created and engage with people you will hopefully…Continue
Brands Back from the Brink
Posted on Wednesday 15 July 2015
These days you often read about companies going bust or heading on a steep downward trend. With such a competitive and often over saturated marketplace there is little wiggle room for any mistakes. It…Continue
Selling on Facebook for Beginners: Part 1
Posted on Monday 06 July 2015
Selling on Facebook? Hmmm. I have to confess that I haven’t done it. I’ve spent the past hour trying to find out how to open a shop and failing miserably – it doesn’t appear to be intuitive. I…Continue
Back to the future: Stock that time forgot
Posted on Tuesday 23 June 2015
When Marty McFly visited us recently, he dropped off a magnificent load of original 1980s stock that time forgot – Ghetto Blasters with detachable speakers. Seriously awesome vintage (see them here)…Continue
Emoji PIN for the win!
Posted on Tuesday 16 June 2015
I nearly had heart failure the other day when the security software I use on my laptop suggested that my password was one that hackers regularly try out when they infiltrate people’s accounts. I changed…Continue
Hi ho, hi ho! How to motivate your employees as a small business owner
Posted on Tuesday 09 June 2015
Wouldn’t it be great if your employees came to work as chipper as the seven dwarves from Snow White every morning? Let’s face it, they were pretty motivated weren’t they? When you’re a small business…Continue
The attraction of distraction: how to boost your productivity at work
Posted on Thursday 04 June 2015
Last week we looked at the top distractions that affect workplace productivity, given that many people are paid lots of money for apparently doing very little work. If you’re a small business owner…Continue
Man Died at Desk and Nobody Noticed: Workplace productivity
Posted on Tuesday 26 May 2015
I was reading a really interesting article in The Guardian this morning about workplace productivity and why people waste too much time in the office. I think there’s a simple answer to that – because…Continue
The Mad World of Markups
Posted on Thursday 21 May 2015
The mischievous markup… At Wholesale Clearance it has been something we have mostly managed to avoid, but as sellers of wholesale goods, we often scoff when we see the extortionate prices of the same…Continue
Plastic Fantastic! A million and one uses for plastic cups
Posted on Tuesday 19 May 2015
There is no end to the amount of fantastic stock we hold at Wholesale Clearance UK, as you well know. To be fair, some of it may seem more desirable than the rest. This week, the item that’s causing…Continue
A small business you can run from home
Posted on Tuesday 12 May 2015
There are many reasons why you may be considering taking on or starting a small business you can run from home. After the recent change in the incumbent government, it will come as no surprise that within…Continue
Sainsbury’s Profits Warning: Actually a forewarning to small businesses?
Posted on Wednesday 06 May 2015
In the news this morning is the surprise news that Sainsbury’s supermarket has reported a full-year loss – the first in ten years, having weathered the worst of the recession and economic downturn.…Continue
Why SMEs know that staying in the EU is good for business
Posted on Monday 20 April 2015
Something that has raised its head time and time again in the run up to the General Election in May 2015 this year is whether or not the UK should stay part of the EU. While I know many people have concerns…Continue
Election Policies for Small Business
Posted on Tuesday 14 April 2015
With the General Election just a few weeks away, I’ve been watching the leaders’ debates with interest. I think it’s fairly predictable what each party will say about most policies but while they…Continue
Hot under the collar? A handy reference guide to types of collars
Posted on Tuesday 07 April 2015
Here at Wholesale Clothing UK we get quite a few job lots of clothing that we put up for sale. Sometimes when we write the descriptions we’re not quite sure about the collar type. All I know about a…Continue
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I sell my stock on Wholesale Clearance UK?
- Why buy surplus stock from Wholesale Clearance UK Ltd?
- Who benefits from buying surplus, end of line and clearance goods?
- How is it so cheap? Is it good quality?
- Do you deliver outside the UK?
- Who do you sell to?
Yes, we have a sellers portal that you can create your own adverts and place them for sale on our website. We do not charge you any upfront fees and the account is free to set up. Please click here to set-up a selling account.
You can purchase high quality wholesale goods at much lower prices than you normally would, in order to increase your all-important profit margin. Each job-lot on our website has an excellent resale value. With years of experience as high quality distributors, we can offer advice if needed as to what will sell best where.
Everybody! Our low prices allow businesses and traders to buy goods at a fraction of trade price, and pass on these savings to the consumer. Companies we buy from also have the chance to gain space and improve cash flow for idle stock.
Our goods are bought in bulk, usually thousands at a time, from bankrupt liquidated companies or straight from the UK wholesalers, manufacturers or distributors. This means we can buy high quality, branded stock at the lowest price whilst maintaining the highest standards possible.
Yes. We have sent orders to almost every part of the world, and can send anything we have listed on our site. The countries we send to most often are Ireland, France and Poland, but we can send parcels, pallets and full containers to any country. Please phone or email for a shipping quote.
We can sell to anyone! We supply market traders, party plan and sole traders, car-boot sellers and shops including discount stores and department stores. We also supply to Ebay traders, Amazon Traders and website owners.
There is no account needed. We even have customers buy job-lots to sell to friends, as they want a few items for themselves. Here’s a quick tip: The quickest and best profit is wholesale clothing.
If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Our friendly advisers are standing by.
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