eBay’s Selling Games And Tech Again, But Also … Fur Masks?

eBay’s Selling Games And Tech Again, But Also … Fur Masks?
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Right now, the eBay auction site is doing what a lot of other places do at this time of year: have a sale. There’s nothing surprising about that. But as part of the end of financial year clearance, there’s some, uh, surprise discounts.

Moving wolf masks, anyone?

The official sale is part of a site-wide end of financial year deal, and there’s a lot of the usual suspects being discounted. You’ll need to spend a minimum of $200 this time around, so it’s not quite as good as a flat discount on individual items.

And as always, not every eBay store is participating. But Global Gear, a store that specialises in a ton of weird geek stuff like a Halo energy swords, Guardians of the Galaxy Groot flower pots, licensed merchandise, samurai swords and other things that’s rife for cosplaying, are.

Also: they have costumes.

The store isn’t selling full on fursuits, although that is absolutely a thing you can buy on eBay. But you can get a bunch of “moving mouth” animal masks, ranging from this abomination which is guaranteed to haunt my dreams for the next thousand years…

Oh god

… or whatever the fresh hell is going on here.

This is how I die

In the Kotaku offices, we always tend to check out the end of financial year sales because, usually, there’s some decent tech and games going for a song. I got a laptop a couple of years ago; others have picked up noise cancelling headphones, some bargain bin Xbox games, a spare controller, and what have you. It’s not a bad deal.

But moving fur masks? Well … that’s not usually something that crops up. So if that’s your thing … go forth and be free. Enjoy your fur-discount. And maybe pick up some sick figurines for D&D while you’re at it (this hellbound skull and dragon looks sick).

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