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One person who attended the game is selling the 'official match day bundle' for 159.99.This was available to VIP guests at the match, and includes the programme, ticket stub, ticket case and menu.The special VIP bundle could be yours for just 159.99 (Image: eBay).It's a great front cover - but if you can get it for 90p, there's no need to pay.99 (Image: eBay).Other sellers are capitalising on how many of today's papers had the England win on the front cover by reselling them for a massive profit.One person is selling a copy of today's Daily Mirror edition - which costs 90p, and is still sitting on many newsagents' shelves - for.99, an increase of more than 1,000.
The Daily Mail, normally 80p, is on sale for 4 to 5 depending on the seller.Today's Metro newspaper - which is free - also has the England win on the cover, and several optimistic vendors are trying to resell it for up.99 online.Some eBayers have even created their own items to celebrate the England win.One is a mug made to look like a Teletext listing of the victory.This is a blast from the past for many (Image: eBay).Teletext, for anyone under the age of 30, was like an early form of internet you could access on a television by using a remote.
It often featured sport scores, and began life as Ceefax in 1974.The mug lists the England win in Teletext's distinctive day-glo colour scheme, and is available for.99.The listing says: "Celebrate a historical victory over Germany in the 2020 Euro Championship.".Other creative sellers have designed a special England mouse mat.Use your computer in style with a custom-made England mouse mat (Image: eBay).The mat features a picture of the score board above the crowd at the game, and could be yours for.99.
An unofficial 'pirate programme' of the match is even being flogged for.99.EBay is a great way for football fans to track down memorabilia of their favourite games.For example, old football shirts can sell for more than 2,000 on the auction website.While signed or match-worn shirts tend to fetch the highest prices, fans still pay thousands of pounds for the type of replica shirts owned by many.