Enterprising entrepreneurs looking to take advantage of the plastic bag 'chaos' are now selling the 'rare' items on eBay.
Several plastic bags 'deals' have been listed on the auction site since the Government introduced the 5p charge on October 5.
One eBay seller is offering the chance for you to grab an Asda carrier bag, with bids starting at 99p.
"Grab a piece of history - from the good old days when you didn't have to get a 5p thick plastic bag or get your kids to carry the shopping. Handles are still intact," the listing reads.
"These have a variety of uses- can be used on your bike seat to keep it dry. Or you could use them at home in your small bins to collect rubbish. Or you could just shop with it- fits better in your pockets than the new bags- shop in retro style!"
Meanwhile, another seller is offering you the chance for you to get your hands on five random plastic bags for ￡1,000.
"No shopping included, may contain traces of nuts and the odd receipt - if you are lucky you may get a bag within a bag - it's like bagception," the listing reads.
Another user is attempting to sell a Tesco carrier bag for just 1p, although the 99p delivery fee might put off perspective buyers.
"Tesco carrier bag. Yes, one of the ones that was free a couple of weeks ago. Only used once!" it says.
"Don't feel ripped off at the till by having to buy one."
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