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5 online shopping sites you don't know

Track down long-lost gold

The internet offers various auction sites that allow you to hook up with buyers from across the world. There are also sites dedicated to helping you track down out-of-print books, deleted DVDs and even the concert tickets you want. And don't forget to visit PC Advisor Shopping to grab a technology bargain.



If antiques is your thing, Antiques.co.uk will prove an invaluable resource. Users from around the world can list the items they want to see for up to six months and visitors to the site are free to peruse the ads until something catches their eye.



Much like the better-known Abe Books, this site can help you find rare and out-of-print books. You can search by book title, author and keywords then reorder results as you wish. It now lets you buy any books on its site (not just new titles from the large publishers) using PayPal.



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