Best Places to Sell Used Items for Extra Cash 2020

Best Places to Sell Used Items for Extra Cash 2020.

Are you looking to turn your used items into cash? Well, you have plenty of options for where you can earn extra cash online or at local stores and dealers. 

Best Places to Sell Used items for Extra Cash 2020

Getting rid of items you no longer need can really be a liberating experience especially when you sell them for cash.

If you have a lot of used stuff you want to sell, it can be overwhelming to think about how to sort it and figure out the best place to sell it.

Here’s a tried and true way to decide what you should probably get rid of:

  1. Go through each item in your house and put it through the two-year test. If you haven’t used or worn something in at least two years, that might be a clue you really don’t need it.
  2. Next, put all those items in a central location and sort them by category.
  3. After that, search the items online to get a good idea of how much they’re worth.
  4. Start listing them for sale using the websites and apps we’ve mentioned here!

Best Places to Sell Used Stuff 

Clothing

Sort out your best clothes and sell them to a consignment store, at a consignment sale, or through eBay. Group the rest into lots, and post an ad on Craigslist or in your local classifieds.

Sell anything you have left in a yard sale. Another option for selling clothes: List your vintage pieces on etsy.com.

Books

Check bookscouter.com to find out which online book buyer is paying the highest price, or list your books on half.com, which is a site that eBay now owns and operates.

Or you can sell your books to used bookstores, though you’ll have to hoof it to the store, give the proprietor time to go through your collection, and probably lug about half of them back home or to the next bookstore.

Still, it’s a fun way to spend a day if you enjoy visiting used bookstores.

Furniture, Antiques, and Collectibles

Sell pieces of exceptional quality on consignment or at auction (online or off). List good-quality pieces on Craigslist or in the newspaper classifieds. Sell everything else at a yard sale or estate sale, or try an antique dealer for antiques and collectibles.

Sports Equipment

Sell lightly used sports equipment to a used sports shop like Play It Again Sports, or post fliers where your child or you go for practice.

Sell all remaining items to a pawnshop, through Craigslist, or through your local classifieds.

Housewares

Sell highly sought-after items on eBay, on consignment, through Craigslist, or a classified. Sell everything else at a yard sale.

Jewelry

First, have your antiques and good quality pieces appraised. Then sell them at auction, through eBay, or to a dealer or jewelry store. Sell lesser pieces on consignment or through eBay.

Sell junk jewelry to a jewelry store for the scrap value. You can also sell low-end costume jewelry at your next yard sale.

CDs/DVDs/Video Games

Sell newer releases on Craigslist, through a classified, or on eBay. List everything else on Half.com or sell them through a site that buys used media. Secondspin.com is one to try.

Another option: Sell your used games at GameStop.

Appliances

List working appliances on Craigslist or in the newspaper. Sell broken appliances to a recycling center for scrap or list them on eBay.

You might also consider donating your old appliances to a charity or local thrift store if you are unable to sell them.

Read: Easy Ways to Recycle Used Tires for Cash in 2020

Musical Instruments

Reverb.com is a great place to sell—and buy—used instruments and audio equipment online.

Alternatively, contact band directors at area middle schools and high schools to let them know you have an instrument for sale. If that fails, advertise on Craigslist or through a classified ad.

Sell your instrument to a music shop or pawnshop as a last resort

Electronics

Sell newer electronic items on eBay, through Craigslist, or the classified section of your local newspaper. Sell old (but still useable) items through Craigslist, a classified ad, or a yard sale.

In addition, sell obsolete or broken electronics through eBay (when there’s a market for them), or look into recycling them through ​Best Buy or another retailer.

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