A CHARITY shop pro has revealed the Jellycat toys you should be on the lookout for as they could be worth hundreds of pounds.
Zipsale took to TikTok to show their followers the best stuffies to should search for when sifting through second-hand stores.
The 26-second-long video runs through the top four Jellycat toys – and their price tags are in the high-end triple digits.
First up was the eight-inch Jellycat Fergus The Frog plush which is an adorable green frog with beaded eyes.
And although it may not look like much, the toy comes with a jaw-dropping selling price of £605 online.
Other examples that the TikTok user showed included £440 and £400 for the same cuddly toy.
Next was a purple Jellycat Smudge Hippo which had an eye-watering price tag of £770.
The fluffy lilac hippo had small beaded eyes and a puffy tail – and another offer for the item was £750.
The third Jellycat was called Snowy Bear which looked like an average white teddy that you might already have laying around in your home.
But with its dark ears and cute snout, the toy was selling online for £700 to £745.
Last up was a pink rabbit plush – but the price seemed more justified as it’s a limited edition.
The Jellycat Special Edition Flossie Pink Rabbit has now been retired and is dubbed “rare” by fans.
The bright pink bunny has an online asking price starting at £500 – so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for it in your local charity shops.
Zipsale’s handy post ended with a snap of the Jellycat logo so viewers could go on the hunt for these fluffy treasures.
The video racked up over 2000 likes and fans flocked to the comments to leave their thoughts.
One wrote: “Found four Jellycats in a charity shop a few months ago all for £1.50 each, think I made about £50 profit so I was happy with that!”
Another said: “I brought a Jellycat Cushkin Hippo for £3, sold for £45 within 10 minutes of listing!”
One more advised: “I’ve started following a Jellycat page on Facebook and some go for crazy money. It’s worth keeping an eye on the food plushes”.
A fourth fan commented: “Been reselling for 18 months and never seen a Jellycat”.
Another added: “I got them to resell but my five-year-old begged me to keep them all.”
It comes after one charity shop queen told how you’ve been shopping wrong, and said that her secrets can bag you the biggest bargains so you can save hundreds of pounds.
Another thrifting expert revealed the five items to always buy and three to avoid.
And one more savvy shopper was left stunned when she nabbed a £1 charity shop find that would usually set her back around £300.