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10 Useful Websites That Will Help You Sell Your Old Stuff

10 Useful Websites That Will Help You Sell Your Old Stuff

Do you have a lot of old stuff simply sitting in your garage waiting to be thrown away? Forgotten furniture, books, and even old cars?  These might all be junk to you, but for many people these things can still be treasures.

What if you could sell these pre-loved items and earn a little bit of money? Here are some great websites to help you sell and get rid of any item, starting with your family’s creepy old cabinet to your children’s gently used clothes.

1. eBay

eBay is an ecommerce website that provides consumer to consumer, or business to consumer sales services. It’s relatively easy and anyone can learn how to be a seller on eBay , even people with minimal tech skills. As an auction site, eBay is a massive platform for all kinds of items ranging from electronics, clothing, collectibles, and almost anything in existence out there.

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2. Amazon

When it comes to selling your old books, Amazon is the best place to find bookworms who’ll take good care and read your collection again. You can opt to sell and ship the books yourself or allow Amazon to do it for you with their FBA or Fulfillment by Amazon Program. Aside from books, Amazon can also help you sell your old DVDs, gadgets and any old, but useful things you can put in a box.

3. Craigslist

Craigslist is a free online advertising platform where you can sell your own goods, services, and skills. It’s a great place to sell used cars, vintage furniture, and even old houses.  With craigslist you can connect to your buyer directly through email. It’s the largest advertising website that allows anyone from anywhere in the world to advertise their services with just a simple click of the computer.

4. Bonanza

From jewellery to handbags, Bonanza is a fast-growing online marketplace that helps you sell your items online. Bonanza has a good customer support that will aid you out through the whole process of buying and selling in the site. Signing up in the website is also easy. Like other online marketplaces, Bonanza takes a small fee for each of your sales.

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5. Offer Up

Offer up is one of the largest mobile marketplaces for local sellers and buyers. Here you can buy and sell your stuff with people in your area. You can find thrifty deals and packages for new and pre-loved items. There’s also a great variety of things you can sell like jewelries, cellphones, bags and more.

6. SellMax

Got an old car rusting in your garage? You can free up that space and earn money by selling it online. Before you call up your local newspaper or hire a car dealer to sell it for you, give Sell Max a try. Selling your car will be much easier. All you need to do is tell the website about your car, its year, model and condition. With these details, their experts will give you the best offer for your prized vehicle.

7. Antique Piano Shop

Antique shops are wonderful places to buy and sell your old stuff. If you’re not sure how much your old piano is worth, Antique Piano Shop is the best place online to help you. Antique Piano Shop will help restore your piano, and list it on their website, where it can be sold for a good price. Unlike other online marketplaces, Antique piano shop doesn’t offer advertising space, instead they will offer to buy your old piano and have it repurposed to sell again in their website.

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8. Swappa

Got some gently used electronics at home? Swappa is great marketplace to find buyers and sellers for various second hand mobile devices. You can be assured that every item is well reviewed and approved by the staff. Swappa allows users to buy and sell their stuff directly, which makes the prices more affordable.

9. Pro Tested Gear

Sell your old bike and gears for a great price at Pro Tested Gear. This website will pay cash for your old bike, outdoor gears, and even snowboards. All you need to do is help them arrange your shipping, send your gear, and let the team handle the entire process of selling.

10. Once Upon a Child

Kids grow up so fast. They start to walk, talk, and the next thing you know their clothes don’t fit them anymore. Once Upon A Child is an online marketplace that will pay cash for your gently used children clothes. The website has a lot of affordable merchandise to choose from including costumes, sleepwear, and dancewear for your little ones.

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Last Updated on August 15, 2018

30 Fun Things You Can Do This Summer Without Spending Much

30 Fun Things You Can Do This Summer Without Spending Much

Summertime can be a real strain on your wallet. The sun is out, there are people to see, places to be; it’s no wonder you might be short of funds during these sunny months. Not everything has to cost you an arm and a leg.

Take some time to go through this list of 20 cheap summer activities and make some realistic goals to complete as many as you can.

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1. Visit a strawberry festival

Summer is prime time for tasting strawberries. More often than not, an area that grows strawberries will have a strawberry festival. Indulge yourself in strawberry pies, jams, cakes and more!

2. Have a picnic

Take your partner or your family to the local park and enjoy a relaxing picnic. Designate each person to bring one food item of their choice to add to the fun.

3. Camp in your back yard

    The summer heat can sometimes make it hard to sleep. Why not enjoy the heat outside in the yard? Pitch a tent or gaze into the night sky.

    4. Take long walks

    Discover something new where you live. Take the afternoon off from your chores and go for a long walk. You may be surprised by what you discover.

    5. Break a world record

    Breaking a world record doesn’t have to be time-consuming. You could even break one on your lunch hour. Give it a go!

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    6. Go on a bike ride

    The number of bike paths on roads in big cities has increased dramatically over the years. Take advantage, and enjoy the summer breeze.

    7. Join a gym class

      The gym is not everyone’s idea of a good time, but why not go with a friend a join a class? Spinning, yoga and step classes are always more fun with friends, and a lot of gyms allow you to pay-as-you-go.

      8. Find a new hobby

      The summer is the perfect time to find a new hobby. Serotonin (our body’s natural “happy” hormone) is produced by the sunshine and will be at a yearly high, which is great for when we want to tackle something new.

      9. Join a sports team

      Not all sports teams are competitive and require huge amounts of your time. Join in the fun with like-minded people, get fit, stay healthy and make some friends along the way.

      10. Make a slip ‘n slide

        Gather your friends, some plastic sheeting, a hose, washing up liquid if desired, and make a huge slip ‘n slide just like these guys. Granted, yours won’t be as big, but you get the idea… it’s fun!

        11. Make a treasure hunt for your kids

        Today’s digital world sees our children more often than not playing inside than outside. Why not create a sense of adventure by making a treasure hunt? Only rule? It has to be outside.

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        12. Visit a free festival

        Towns and cities are awash with free festivals, with themes from film to science. Scout your local area and discover something new.

        13. Visit the zoo

          Let’s face it: we love animals. While browsing news websites and social media networks you’re bound to come across a few pictures of cats. Take a trip to your local zoo for a better experience.

          14. Take a road trip

          Enjoy the open road with a few friends and take a road trip somewhere–anywhere. Just go out and enjoy the sunshine!

          15. Play ultimate frisbee in the park

            Frisbee is always great fun down the park, but why not turn it into more of a competitive sport by playing ultimate frisbee?

            16. Make your own ice cream

            Ice cream is a very versatile dessert. Make a sandwich, enjoy a cone, or simply just enjoy a bowl full. Better yet, making your own ice cream allows you to create any flavor you want.

            17. Invite your neighbors over for a BBQ

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              When was the last time you invited your neighbors over? Do you even know them? Now’s your chance. Just ask each person to bring a food item so costs don’t mount up for you.

              18. Get a summer job

              For many students, summer is the time for relaxation and fun. But who said earning money and being productive isn’t fun? You only get out what you put into a situation.

              19. Attend a charity event

              Attending a charity event is a great way to raise funds and awareness for a cause, meet new people, and generally have a good time. Search for your local charity event today.

              20. Visit a national park

              National parks are a great way to explore nature and learn something new. You could even volunteer and make a difference in helping restore natural habitats.

              21. Visit your local comedy club

                Local comedy clubs are extremely underrated. They are cheap to attend and no doubt you’ll have a barrel of laughs.

                22. Make your own hammock

                  Hammocks are very relaxing, are perfect for summer afternoons and are surprisingly easy to make.

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                  23. Read in your new hammock

                  Now you have your very own hammock, the only thing left to do is enjoy it. Grab your favorite book and read to your heart’s content.

                  24. Watch a movie outside

                  Movies are great. Relaxing outside in the evening is great. Put them together and you’ve got a perfect combination. In D.C, Maryland and Virginia this summer, for example, you can enjoy a huge number of movies outside.

                  25. Take a hike

                    Hikes are a great way to keep fit and see more of Mother Nature. There are countless trails available for you to explore. Why not try some this summer?

                    26. Learn how to fly a kite

                    As a child, you probably had a kite and haven’t touched it since. Why not dust it off and attempt to fly it? It’s tricky, but well worth the challenge.

                    27. Work out at the park

                    American cities are full of parks with ample space for a work out session. No doubt you’ll be happier to work out in the sun rather than a crowded gym.

                    28. Take your dog to the beach

                      One of the many joys of owning a dog is taking him or her for long walks during the summertime. This joy is enhanced when visiting the beach, for both you and your dog.

                      29. Make a summer smoothie

                      Healthy, delicious and perfect for the summer. Not only that, there are countless recipes ready for you to try.

                      30. Attend a free yoga session at the beach

                      No experience needed and all skill levels are welcome. Take yourself and a buddy down to the beach and try some yoga. You’ve got nothing to lose!

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