AN INFLUENCER ordered a palette of lost mail packages for $1.2k and unboxed it revealing an array of products that added up to $6.8k in value.

YouTuber Mia Maples often shares videos of herself unboxing returns palettes but now has branched out into unclaimed packages.

The first thing she noticed was the size and weight of the mystery boxes she had bought.

She said: "These boxes are not small. They're really big and upon arrival I'm now realising when I took them up to this room that some of them are really heavy."

In total she bought 17 boxes as part of the haul.

The first box she opened had 24 pourers for the top of bottles. Which she found for $5.95 each online, giving the box a value of $142.80.

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She then opened up two food bins, one large and one small that online cost a whopping $92 and $40 respectively.

Also included in the blind buys were a load of pink Cutie Cars toys for children which she priced up at $50 for the lot.

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She also found a box packed full of 71 black folding leather wallets that had a price tag of $8 each.

Another box of swag held 60 Wicked Audio blue headphones which would have cost a hefty $779.40.

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There was also a job lot 36 of white ceramic oval shaped bowls that she priced up at $7 a piece.

As well as two metal sinks with glass surrounds that Mia estimated retailed at $400 based on similar items online.

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In total she worked out that the value of the box was $6.8k.

She explained that she wouldn't keep many of the items but appeared delighted by the potential profit from selling them on.

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