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Lonely Brit Sells Cut-Price Caribbean Trip

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Young women interested in a romantic getaway at a Caribbean resort will find a half-price offer at eBay. At $1,200 and it's a great deal, as long as you don't mind going with a stranger. Briton Adam Croot had planned to propose to his girlfriend at the resort. That was before she dumped him. The tickets and hotel deposit are non-refundable. So rather than lose the money, he's hoping to sell the other half, now that he doesn't have an other half.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Happy New Year. I'm Renee Montagne.

Young women interested in a romantic getaway at a Caribbean resort will find a half-price offer at eBay at $1,200; a great deal, as long as you don't mind going with a stranger. Adam Croot had planned to propose to his girlfriend at the resort before she dumped him. The tickets and hotel deposit are non-refundable. So rather than lose the money, he's hoping to sell the other half, now that he doesn't have another half.

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