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December London will play host to the world’s first ever pop-up Ebay store. The small store set to open on Dean Street for just 5 days will be selling 200 predicted best-sellers, including an inflatable ride-in Dalek toy and a party dress from House of Fraser.

Whilst it may look like a shop there will be no exchange of money, instead users will pay using their Ebay accounts. For those who prefer the traditional method of Ebaying there will be computers on hand for shoppers to browse the online store.

Opens Thurs 1st December
Dean Street, W1D