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My parents have a bit of a problem throwing things out. That garage sale is never happening, and the state of our basement is dire. Sure, there are plenty of places to sell your stuff online, but it can be pretty overwhelming. And when you have a variety of things to sell, like my parents do, it can be hard to keep track of which items you should post on a particular site. So we broke it down by category, from clothes to electronics to furniture and more, with some of the most user friendly and profitable websites for finding a potential buyer and getting rid of your goods.
Happy selling! Selling an unlocked phone is your best bet at attracting a larger buying base, since it can then be used with any network. Be sure to know whether your old phone is factory unlocked purchased unlocked directly from the company, like Apple or Samsung or network unlocked purchased from a carrier and later unlocked by the carrier , as some selling sites will only accept one or the other.
Swappa is an online marketplace with free listings. Gazelle sells all types of phones, from iPhones to Samsung to Google phones. As more of a buyback program, sellers send in their phone, answer some questions about their device on the website and receive an offer directly from Gazelle. This is another online buyback program obviously , but this one gives you the added bonus of selling gently used and broken iPhones, Samsungs, or Google Pixels.
Similar to Gazelle, you send your phone in with free shipping for an instant quote. They claim to offer 33 percent more for your device than other buybacks, and will help you to remove your personal data from any phone you sell with them. For a reselling app that's not solely dedicated to phones, but users have reported pleasant experiences using the app for parting with their mobile devices, try Letgo. When selling clothes, the trendier, the better. Recognizable brands sell best across the board, and if you can get a real person to model the clothes you want to sell, that always makes your listings more appealing and useful to potential buyers.
And if you can't sell them, you can always donate your clothes. Poshmark is one of the most well-known apps for reselling clothes. It's organized a little bit like a social media site, which means to gain traction, you must be active by sharing and liking your listings. The OG online selling site, and you can sell pretty much anything here, but there is a remarkable market for clothes, specifically.
As of January , eBay has million active users, so your products will have a vast audience, but plenty of competition, too. The selling app for teen fashion icons and their wannabes. Built like a social media platform, sellers have to make sure their photos are impeccable.
And I mean could be in a catalog, perfectly modeled, ideally taken during golden hour, impeccable. When you create a profile, you must at least four items, but the more items posted, the better the chance of selling, especially when paired with relevant hashtags. Instagram is increasingly becoming a go-to app for shopping. Sell your clothes on Instagram by creating an solely dedicated to the clothes, and promote that with your normal one.
An original online seller, Craigslist is the place to find anything from niche baseball cards to apartments for rent. When it comes to furniture, a lot of the same selling rules apply: post lots of photos, be honest about any wear and tear or flaws, and make sure to include contact information you feel comfortable sharing.
AptDeco is an online furniture resale site specifically for the New York City metro area. While it's geographically limited, the site takes care of a lot of the annoying parts of selling furniture, especially for New Yorkers, through an opt-in flat rate pickup program. Listing is free and you decide your price, while AptDeco will take between 33 to 38 percent commission of your sales. Facebook Marketplace is a good platform to sell furniture within your neighborhood. Intuitive to use for people who have been on Facebook forever, it connects you with interested buyers through Messenger and has no fees to post or sell if listing for local pickup.
If you want to use their shipping features, Facebook charges a 5 percent selling fee while the buyer pays for shipping. Charish is an upscale furniture seller, so make sure to check out their guidelines to see if any of your antique or unique pieces fit their curated collection. While that's a bit high, if your furniture fits this collection, it's more likely to reach an audience that will pay top dollar for it. Plenty of sites cater to selling handmade crafts and goods, and some build a sense of community among the artists themselves.
Catered to handmade goods and art sales, the interface is buyer-friendly and encompasses tons of . Trendy, pop culture-based art like Harry Potter decor or Avatar character plushies tend to do well here, which you should make sure to tag your art with so it will pop up when buyers are searching for their favorite fan art. Society6 is another online marketplace dedicated to handmade art. You also have the option to their affiliate program to earn 10 percent commission on sales you refer.
Saatchi Art has its own dedicated following of art sellers and buyers and charges no listing or shipping fees. They take 35 percent commission from each sale, and they have a non-exclusive policy that allows you to post your art elsewhere, too. Redbubble is another trendy art selling and buying platform, especially among college students.
Deers and illustrators like the site for selling quick-to-make stickers and art prints. Artfire lets you set up your own business, but with the backing of the company. Their free personal info wiping service can also be useful for laptops and other personal devices.
TradeMore accepts smartphones, smartwatches, and tablets for resale. Before sending an item in, buyers fill out a questionnaire that tells TradeMore what condition the device is in for a quote. Once the condition is confirmed upon receipt, you receive payment via virtual Mastercard gift card or Paypal.
Easy peasy! Gazelle also takes in more than just phones, including iP, iPods, and MacBooks. Their process works the same way with electronic devices as it does for phones, and you get paid via Amazon gift card, check or Paypal. While it offers familiarity and marketability, Amazon also has many regulations for electronic commerce, including being unable to sell unlocked phones. Buyback programs are prevalent for electronics, and BuyBack World takes in the biggest variety of devices across the board, including camera, headphones and gaming consoles.
For certain items, you can get an instant quote, no photos or descriptions needed. While you might think of pawn shops when it comes time to part with some of your old jewelry, that might not be the best option for all jewelry types. These online sites allow for more variety of accessory resale than the vintage, high-end jewelry pawn shops usually take, and setting your own price could avoid any lowballing you might encounter otherwise.
As the hub for all handmade crafts, so it makes sense that jewelry can find a home here, too. Ruby Lane is an upper end, artisan jewelry resale site that requires you to keep at least 10 items in your shop at all times, so make sure you have enough pieces that fit the bill before setting up here.
Did you know there is a specific hub within the Amazon marketplace for crafts, jewelry, and other handcrafted items? To get on it, sellers must go through an application and audit process and register for a professional selling plan the fee is waived for Handmade s.
Amazon takes a 15 percent referral fee on each sale. The RealReal is a popular deer conment store well known for its deer clothing items, but also offers a lot to jewelry resellers. Provided your items fit their deer criteria, TheRealReal will price and list your item after you send it in and you receive 55 to 70 percent of the total sale price that it decides. I Do Now I Don't combines a buyback program and an online marketplace, giving you the option between selling methods all in one place.
Sending your piece in gives you an immediate direct offer, while listing your own price on their marketplace allows the company to take 10 to 20 percent commission on your sale. Maybe your car is on its last legs, or maybe you just want to upgrade. Listing your car online means you have to pay advertising fees, but gives you the ability to set your own price or let a company deal with it. The freedom might be worth the listing prices.
You can also choose to upgrade with a Carfax review, which Cars. You also must figure out transportation costs between you and the buyer, but Hemmings offers pickup and delivery at an additional cost. Once accepted, Carvana representatives pick up your car and write you the check, so you never have to deal with a customer yourself. Autotrader offers the benefit of listing your car in two places at once; selling here also gets you an ad in Kelley Blue Book. If your titles are listed as in-demand, you can trade in your books for Amazon credit, which you can use to … buy more books.
Feed that reading addiction. A useful tool not only for selling your books directly, but also for price comparison, try Bookscouter. When you list your gently used books on the site, it compares itself to 38 vendors at once via ISBN in order to give you the best offer. You get to choose what vendor you ultimately want to sell with, and you'll get payment via check or Paypal. BooksRun is a program most often used for textbooks and claims it will offer much better prices than your campus bookstore. It will also take academic supplemental materials like access codes and workbooks.
You must send your book in within five days of the offer. You'll be provided with a free shipping label. This is a dual program accepting all textbooks, novels, nonfiction books, and more. You can choose to use the buyback service or marketplace, where a 15 percent commission from your sale provides you with shipping credit and no annual fees.
Yet another comparison and selling tool where you can list your book and compare across dozens of similar sites. More in Amazon. Social Good. If you're at home cleaning out your stuff, why not make some extra money off it?
Selling your old phone makes you feel a little less guilty about getting the latest upgrade that you definitely didn't need. Credit: Getty Images. Time to let your inner catalogue model shine. Every kitchen chair deserves a good home.
Whether it's hand painted pottery or graphic de prints, there's a site that will sell your art. It's way too easy to hoard old eletronics. Selling jewelry doesn't have to mean pawning off Grandma's old diamonds anymore. Sometimes you just need to say goodbye and good riddance by selling your car online. Remember those hundred dollar college textbooks you never resold?Local things for sale
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