Looking for a steal or just a deal on musical instruments, DVD players, bikes, golf clubs, jewelry, and even a popcorn maker? The Metropolitan Transit Authority is cleaning out its fabulous lost and found closet, offering unclaimed property to the highest bidder.
The MTA announced the so-called Asset Recovery sale on Tuesday, inviting people to make their best offer for hundreds of items abandoned on New York subways and buses.
According to Gothamist.com, the MTA holds lost items from three months to three years depending on their value before putting them on the block. Much of what's currently for sale, items like handheld video games and MP3 players, hasn't been claimed for six months.
To find a bargain, visit the MTA websiteCopyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times