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Luke Littler has genius 'side hustle' which could earn him thousands alongside darts prize money

Luke Littler has genius 'side hustle' which could earn him thousands alongside darts prize money

The darting sensations meteoric rise continues.

Luke Littler has found a genius side hustle away from darts, as the 17-year-old's newfound wealth continues to grow.

Littler made a sensational entrance onto the darts scene at just 16 years old last December. In his debut performance at the World Championship, he reached the final, defeating renowned players like Rob Cross and Raymond van Barneveld along the way.

Although he was ultimately defeated by Luke Humphries in the final, Littler's remarkable run earned him a staggering £200,000 in prize money.

His impressive achievements quickly earned him a spot in the prestigious Premier League of Darts, where Littler has been showcasing his skills every Thursday since the end of January.

Littler has performed well during most of the nights, but has failed to win a night as of yet and sits fifth in the standings.

The now 17-year-old isn't exactly struggling financially as had earned a reported £279,000 in 2024 just from prize money, however, he has adopted a genius side hustle in order to maximise his income.

Littler has begun selling his replica darts shirts, and they're selling fast.

The tops are from £89.99, while framed ones marking some of his successes are £239.99.

He is also selling some of his official match-worn shirts for sale.

A source said: “Darts players aren’t renowned for their sports gear but Luke is so popular he could sell ice to Eskimos.”

Luke Littler- Getty
Luke Littler- Getty

While many darts players switch their look-up between events, with Peter Wright being of the more prolific when it comes to limited edition colourways. Littler on the other hand has been very loyal to his now iconic purple and yellow 'Nuke' shirts.

It is unknown if Littler will ever switch up his on-stage look, but given the success of his current replica shirts, it would certainly be a profitable decision to make.

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: Darts, Luke Littler