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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #15 on: March 19, 2015, 01:25:44 AM »
That's absolutely a pretty good idea. I actually have a lot of clothes that I have not worn yet or I have only worn once. I am now considering the idea of selling my pre-loved items since it's really just quick money. Yes, indeed, it would be great part-time job for teenagers.

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #16 on: March 27, 2015, 09:22:21 AM »
If you've never sold your clothes before, it really is worth a try. The first time I ever sold my old clothes I was only 14, and got a table at a craft sale at the library I worked for.  Everyone kind of laughed, snickered, and looked at me oddly, since they were selling baked goods and doilies. But I ended up making well over $100 dollars and made the most of any table at the sale. There really is a market for decent used clothes!

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #17 on: March 27, 2015, 09:45:17 AM »
I agree. It's definitely been my best way of making extra cash when people are actually buying, and Vinted makes it so easy to do!

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #18 on: March 27, 2015, 10:20:48 AM »
I like using online consignment services like Twice to sell the clothes I don't wear anymore. The service is really easy. They send you a bag, you fill it up with items you no longer want and when they get the bag, the will go through the stuff and make you an offer. They usually don't accept all of the pieces you send in though so make sure that you send things you really don't want back and would have donated anyway. 


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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #19 on: March 27, 2015, 11:27:12 AM »
My sister sells a ton of clothes on Ebay, she doesn't make a ton, but she also picks up mystery shops for the post offices so it works out. She gets paid for the sell of her item, shipping is paid by her mystery shop company and she earns a fee for doing the shop. I sell stuff on Ebay, but it's usually high ticket items like cellular phones.

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #20 on: June 29, 2015, 12:57:46 PM »
I have posted some of my stuff up to Amazon before though I don't think that I have with eBay. I mostly will sell all my old textbooks that I have from college. Since they are so expensive now, I make sure that I am selling them back. I know it's not a website, but Plato's Closet is a great place that you can sell stuff. I have sold a lot of my clothes there. And if you have clothes that are from Hollister, Lucky, Abercrombie, and Gap just to name a few then they will be more likely to give you good money for the clothes. You just have to make sure that when you're selling the clothes they are in good condition.

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #21 on: July 01, 2015, 11:40:34 AM »
In my home town, there is a shop that will weigh your old clothes and buy them off you. They will then sell them on eBay and probably make more money from them, but I always sell my clothes to them because it saves me the effort of doing everything to do with eBay. I have made a fair amount, and always donate the money to charity because I feel as though it is one of the best ways that I have to do my bit, when I don't have all that much money to spare a lot of the time.

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #22 on: July 11, 2015, 07:29:59 AM »
I use a Polish website vinted.pl to sell my unwanted clothing.
I have never sold anything else apart my clothing online, what are good websites to sell your electronics?

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #23 on: July 11, 2015, 10:02:10 AM »
I have only sold children books on Amazon once and traded in some electronic stuffs that no longer useful for me. My teenage son has just filled two big garbage bag of clothes that no longer fit him and upon inspection, they looked like brand new! I was looking at Vinted, and need a way to organize my stuffs and sell on there.

Thank you for all the other websites mentioned too! Now time to investigate!

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #24 on: July 11, 2015, 10:10:36 AM »
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I have sold a lot of items at Clothes Mentor and Plato's Closet. Plato's Closet is very generous. They will take recent clothes that are clearly used and give you a decent amount of money. I sold a sweathshirt for $3.50 there that I only paid $15 for. I also sold a spring jacket for $9, that was worn with the buttons falling off.  Think I had only paid $30 to begin with.

Clothes Mentor is a lot more particular and they have only bought my "mistakes" that have the tags still on them. But I did sell a dress for $9 there that I only had paid $3 on extreme clearance at Ross Dress for Less!

When I looked up these two places that you've mentioned, I saw that they are located in Michigan. I suppose they are States wide and accept from out of State sellers too?

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #25 on: July 11, 2015, 12:53:58 PM »
I've sold some on eBay. I recently came across Poshmark, and it looks pretty interesting. There are a lot of places that will take your used clothing in good condition on consignment, and others buy them outright. The local radio stations advertise them, and the television station consumer reporters sometimes will check out the place, and report on which ones they feel are best. I think clothing is one of the things that's sometimes best bought in person, unless the brands and styles are well known, since sizes can vary so much, and one person's excellent quality could be another's fair quality.

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #26 on: August 05, 2015, 01:07:47 AM »
I just use eBay for selling all manner of things (clothes, shoes, electronics, you name it) that I don't use anymore. I hate clutter and if I can make some money off stuff as well as have some extra free space it's a good thing. I've found that there's a buyer for just about anything if the price is right!

The only thing that sucks about eBay are the fees - they can seem pretty excessive sometimes!

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #27 on: August 06, 2015, 12:37:48 AM »
I always think it's a really good idea to sell stuff that you don't use. Instead of just collecting dust, you get a few bucks out of it to spend on whatever you want. It's a really good habit and I salute you for doing something productive rather than hoarding.

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #28 on: September 14, 2015, 11:58:31 PM »
Selling your old clothing can bring in some extra change. If you have a collectors item then you are looking to make a lot more. Though, don't expect to get a lot of money for your used stuff.

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Re: Selling your old clothing/items
« Reply #29 on: September 15, 2015, 03:43:45 AM »
In New Zealand there is a site called Trade me and you can sell items and there is a success fee which comes out of the sale the minimum is $50c and the max is $149 dollars, and I have sold perfumes to games and other things. I have made around $200 dollars in a few months and having a working item or good condition, you can make more money, which is good and nice as well and enjoy selling things. I think you can make money by selling things, but need to view it as extra income as success can take time and also effort as well.

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