11 Ways to Turn Clutter Into Cash

Instead of throwing away belongings, why not try profiting off your used items for extra cash?

7. Craigslist

Craigslist is definitely a great place to sell certain things because of its reach and the wide variety of items sold. It’s good because you can stipulate that the buyer will pick up the products at your convenience, so you won’t have to be responsible for delivering them.

You also have to jump through fewer hoops on Craigslist, and it’s much easier to list items than on Amazon, but it’ll also be easier to fall for a scam on the site.

8. Pawnshops

Of course, it’s much harder to sell certain items, such as jewelry, online. But pawnshops are good places, like local jewelers, to sell your bling. Be sure to negotiate to get the best price, and if you’re not satisfied, you should compare price quotes from different establishments.

9. CoupRecoup

Don’t let your daily-deal impulse buys collect dust and expire before you’re able to use them. Sell them on CoupRecoup, a coupon resell site that has worked very well for me in the past.

10. EBay

We’re all familiar with eBay, the ultimate online auction place where you can sell virtually anything. There’s a bit more competition on eBay because of the number of sellers, and you’ll have to educate yourself on the strategies to make a good sale.

11. Threadflip

Overwhelmed by eBay and Craigslist? Sell your clothing and accessories on Threadflip, a site that’ll make selling a lot easier. It has a “white glove service” that helps list, price and ship the items for you. The interface itself looks more palatable with great pictures and cool social features, which might mean a higher chance of finding buyers.



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