That's Christmas over and done with for another year, happy with your presents? Nope we didn't think so!
Since Christmas Day we've received a record number of visitors looking to cash in on their unwanted Christmas gifts as people wasted no time in making the most of a bad situation.
After the Christmas Day surge consumers continued to flog their unwanted gifts well into the New Year.
So what Christmas presents failed to hit the mark in 2015?
Jamie Oliver's Everyday Super Food didn't go down too well topping the list of most unwanted books after Christmas, which is quite ironic considering the book's objective, Recipes For a Healthier Happier You.
Surprisingly Justin Bieber's fourth studio album Purpose, which is packed with banger after banger, or so I'm told, is amongst the most unwanted CDs of the festive period.
Other unwanted Christmas presents of 2015 include Steven Gerrard's My Story, American Sniper, Jurassic World and those cheeky little Minions, how could anybody hate them? In fact don't answer that.
The results in full are below:
So if you received a dodgy Christmas present don't worry, it's not all doom and gloom. You can use We Buy Books to sell all your unwanted Christmas presents and it couldn't be any easier.
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