Claim it from your couch: Unclaimed Baggage launches online shopping for its one-of-a-kind finds

Like its 50,000-square-foot brick-and-mortar store. For Unclaimed Baggage’s new online shop features a wide assortment of lost treasures. Those that airlines and other travel businesses have been unable to reunite with their former owners. New items are added regularly. All to encourage customers to shop the site often from the comfort of their home.

Weird and Wonderful Finds

Front and center on the site a curated selection of “Weird and Wonderful Finds” that reflect the unique treasure hunting story of the brand. Fascinating items also include everything from a pole spear for spearfishing to Bavarian Lederhosen leather shorts. In addition, a trumpet and exquisite jewelry.  

SCOTTSBORO, Ala. – June 17, 2020 – After 50 years of drawing millions of visitors it’s time. So from around the world to the unassuming town of Scottsboro, Alabama, Unclaimed Baggage unveiled its brand new e-commerce site.

So this one-of-a-kind store, which has earned national media attention. All for giving a second life to everything. I mean from unclaimed designer sunglasses and headphones. In addition to iPads and heirloom watches. All will now feature a wide assortment of treasures. That’s again on its website at also “well-below-retail prices”.

Like its 50,000-square-foot brick-and-mortar store. For Unclaimed Baggage’s new online shop features a wide assortment of lost treasures. Those that airlines and other travel businesses have been unable to reunite with their former owners. New items are added regularly. All to encourage customers to shop the site often from the comfort of their home.

SCOTTSBORO, Ala. – June 17, 2020 – After 50 years of drawing millions of visitors it’s time. So from around the world to the unassuming town of Scottsboro, Alabama, Unclaimed Baggage unveiled its brand new e-commerce site.

So this one-of-a-kind store, which has earned national media attention. All for giving a second life to everything. I mean from unclaimed designer sunglasses and headphones. In addition to iPads and heirloom watches. All will now feature a wide assortment of treasures. That’s again on its website at also “well-below-retail prices”.

Like its 50,000-square-foot brick-and-mortar store. For Unclaimed Baggage’s new online shop features a wide assortment of lost treasures. Those that airlines and other travel businesses have been unable to reunite with their former owners. New items are added regularly. All to encourage customers to shop the site often from the comfort of their home.

Weird and Wonderful Finds

Front and center on the site a curated selection of “Weird and Wonderful Finds” that reflect the unique treasure hunting story of the brand. Fascinating items also include everything from a pole spear for spearfishing to Bavarian Lederhosen leather shorts. In addition, a trumpet and exquisite jewelry.  

Furthermore, well-organized sections with plenty of filter options. All to make it easy to sort through Unclaimed Baggage’s ever-changing inventory.

In addition to traditional categories like apparel, shoes and fine jewelry. Also musical instruments, sporting goods, electronics and entertainment.

So shoppers can browse “Luxe Finds” (one showstopper: a diamond tennis bracelet for $8,720.99) and just unpacked “New Arrivals.”

Moreover, shoppers seeking the offbeat will enjoy “Unusual Finds,” with gem. I mean where gems range. So let’s start with a 2016 Chicago Cubs World Series ballcap. Then consequently to anti-radiation boxer briefs.

About Unclaimed Baggage

Located in Scottsboro, Alabama, Unclaimed Baggage is a one-of-a-kind retail store that draws one million shoppers annually from all 50 states and around the world.

As the country’s only merchant of unclaimed and lost airline baggage and its contents. Because Unclaimed Baggage offers a treasure trove of goods. Those that airlines have been unable to reunite with their former owners.

Let’s start with clothing, footwear, formal wear and electronics. Yet shoppers might find anything from a suit of armor and a 40-carat emerald to a Chinese dragon kite. As well as a puppet created at Henson’s Creative Workshop. The store has made national news for its ever-changing array of unique items from around the world, all sold at an incredible value. Unclaimed Baggage also runs a philanthropic program called Reclaimed for Good.

The initiative provides charities with millions of dollars’ worth of unsellable clothes, medical supplies and equipment, such as wheelchairs.

In conclusion, Reclaimed for Good’s Love Luggage initiative has also supported thousands of foster children. Finally by providing personalized suitcases to replace the garbage bags many typically use to transport their belongings.

Finally and to learn about Unclaimed Baggage at www.unclaimedbaggage.com. Also you can connect online through Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

SCOTTSBORO, Ala. – June 17, 2020 – After 50 years of drawing millions of visitors it’s time. So from around the world to the unassuming town of Scottsboro, Alabama, Unclaimed Baggage unveiled its brand new e-commerce site.

So this one-of-a-kind store, which has earned national media attention. All for giving a second life to everything. I mean from unclaimed designer sunglasses and headphones. In addition to iPads and heirloom watches. All will now feature a wide assortment of treasures. That’s again on its website at also “well-below-retail prices”.

Like its 50,000-square-foot brick-and-mortar store. For Unclaimed Baggage’s new online shop features a wide assortment of lost treasures. Those that airlines and other travel businesses have been unable to reunite with their former owners. New items are added regularly. All to encourage customers to shop the site often from the comfort of their home.

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