Philadelphia International Airport Baggage Auction
Pennsylvania is the central surplus seller for all things confiscated or seized by the TSA or forgotten, abandoned or lost at all mid- Atlantic airports. The items are warehoused then disposed of through sales to the public at unbelievable rock bottom prices, a tiny fraction of their worth, some still new in box.
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Items confiscated by the TSA or lost at airports in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Ohio and Delaware all go a central surplus warehouse in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Confiscated or lost items include snow globes, sunglasses, ipads, ipods, MP3 players, GPS devices, Kindles, eReaders, Nooks, laptops, headphones, sunglasses, eyeglasses, kitchenware, corkscrews, hand tools, power tools, knives, box cutters, leatherman tools, sporting goods such as baseball bats and oars, watches, jewelry, belts and belt buckles, many sold in bulk lots.
Pennsylvania State Surplus store is open Monday to Friday, 9am t 2:45pm, excluding holidays.
In addition to items from the airports, the State of Pennsylvania General Services office also auctions off state surplus including vehicles.
Asset auctions of heavy equipment, vehicles, building supplies, retail goods, food and beverages and other assets can be found in online auctions.
Vehicles can be purchased for a fixed price, cars, trucks, and other vehicles with low mileage, 3-5 years old, some with manufacturer warranty not yet expired, well maintained, and serviced according to the manufacturer’s standards. Some specialized vehicles are also available such as fire trucks, ambulances, police cars, tractors, and wreckers. An example of vehicles previous sold.