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What do you do with your old unwanted stuff? Have you ever thought about ebay?



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What do you do with your old unwanted stuff? Have you ever thought about ebay?

All of us have unused and unwanted stuff laying around the house. And believe it or not there is a huge market for used items on ebay. Today I sold a used keyboard that I has been laying around here collect dust for $14 and the buyer paid shipping. In the past I have sold old Mcdonald toys and snow globes. It's possible to sell almost anything on ebay and make some extra cash just in time for the holidays. 

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mildredtabitha

There are so many unwanted stuff in my home and we sell some to other people. If it is clothes and shoes, we always give them out. We have so many books and textbooks that are not in use and we haven't decided what to do with them. I haven't thought about selling on E-bay. We always focus on neighbors or interested parties because it will be easy to deliver to them if they ever agree to buy the used item.



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dzannerz

Good people always do good deeds and what you are doing is such a kindness. I just hope that Ill be one in your neighborhood so that at some point you can give some of your old stuff.lol



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Barida

Maybe I'm quite different for I've not had the chance to sell some of the stuffs we have around here to people. I think it might be as a result of the fact that I didn't really put mind into it and considering the fact that I've been quite busy studying as well. This post will make me search the house for old stuffs that I'm not really using anymore.



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augusta

I don't know but before now I rarely sold my old stuff I had prefer to dash them out than trying to make money off them but now I trying to have a rethink especially after reading about making money with eBay from a money making forum.

I will empty my wardrobe one of these days and see what I can sell,if it worth my while then I might start selling them but if not will go back to dashing them out.



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Soulwatcher

There is nothing wrong with donating to neighbors, matter of fact my wife and I donate our old clothes to goodwill. But any kind of used electronics or collectables we sell on ebay. And trust me people buy anything on ebay. Last year my wife sold a small industrial fryer for $75 and the shipping was $50 and the guy bought it and paid for the shipping.



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anor0428

Yup it is true. Even my mom like giving those old clothes and shoes to our neighbors. As long as it still look presentable, it is better to just give it or donate it to the needy. We also have the same thought on old electronics, selling them would be the best option to get rid of it. There are who loves to buy cheap and second hand electronics rather than new ones. They consider buying second hands to save more money.



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Martinsx1

Most of the old unwanted stuff I have at home which I don't have any need for are basically transferred to the less privileged around me. Since they are not of any importance to me anymore, it would be to the ones who have less. Although if such things are gifts from someone, I hardly give them out.



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seolads

Oh... Unwanted stuff should be sold, rather then trough away as garbage, because i may be of value to someone else, specially to vintage collectors. I tried ebay before, but local classifieds worked best for me. Garage sales are also good way to sell these kind of things. And yet good way to it is to try search Facebook groups as classifieds (local or regional) and try to get rid of unwanted items, sales on FB going sometime very good



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JoeMilford

I so agree with you here. There are some things that are too run down to be sold, but you never know how another person can use them. My roommate is very mechanically oriented and practically an engineer. She recently bought an old treadmill that I thought was a piece of junk. She cleaned it up, ordered two or three cheap parts from the manufacturer, and now it is as good as new--the original value of it was $1500, and it looks and works like she just bought it! Even when you might think something is ready for the dump, someone else might be able to come along and restore it and give it new life.



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DarthHazard

I would stay away from Facebook, to be honest. I don't know if it is the same in other areas as well but over here in London, United Kingdom, people are just extremely annoying on Facebook groups. For some reason they just always try to bargain a much lower price. You could put a product up for £100 and they will expect it for £10.



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anor0428

All of what you have mentioned are effective way to sell you old stuff especially on facebook groups. Here in our country, facebook is the new place for online selling. We do have online shopping site but some people prefer to sell it on facebook because they can target widerange of audience and they can communicate with their costumers too. For old clothes, we can sell them to a store called “ukay ukay”, and the price will depend on the quality of your clothes.



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Martinsx1

Throwing away in want stuffs not spoiled or damaged stuffs is an inhuman act and shouldn't be encouraged. There are people who find it difficult to make a living let alone buy stuffs to keep at home and make use of. It's best to gift out those things to such people and get God's blessings and good prayers from them.



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gelotologist

I do sell my old unwanted stuff on eBay, I also sell them on amazon or sometimes on any social media groups that I'm a part of. Instead of throwing them away, people would love it for some reason that they do love vintage stuffs and also some weird stuffs. So selling them would be your best option.



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wiseagent

Which of the alternatives do you think works better for you: Amazon, eBay or Facebook groups?

Do you see any relevant differences between these types of platforms or do they all work in the same way in your point of view?



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anor0428

Selling it on social media is also a nice strategy because nowadays, there are many groups from the social media that is mainly for selling stuff. The good thing about it is it is free, you can just post the pic and the details of your item to start promoting/selling them. Unlike on some other online shop that will require fee for posting/selling your item.



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Soulwatcher

Yes you can sell stuff on facebook for free, the only problem being is you don't want to invite strangers to your house. Because there are a ton of crazy people other there that want to do harm to others.

If I ever sold anything to someone on facebook I would as to meet at mcdonalds or something like that where there are a lot of people around. And if it was really valuable I would ask to meet at the police station.

P.S. at least with ebay you don't have people coming to your home.



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JoeMilford

Soulwatcher!
No kidding! Here, in the Atlanta area, there have been lots of crimes around Craig's List, and people have been getting held up and robbed when they go to meet to "supposedly" make a purchase, and then they find themselves in a full-on scam slash armed theft situation. Most people are dependable and just want to make a sale and a buck and'or trade; however, you really have to be careful about this kind of thing and be as street-smart as possible, I'd say!



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Soulwatcher

Yep, the same thing happens here in Michigan. A few years back someone got killed over selling a Playstation, I am not sure if it was a PS3 or PS4, but they got killed over it. And what amazes me is how could you value a $300~$400 game system more than a person's own life. That just goes to show you how screwed up our society is as a whole!



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dzannerz

Wow that was cool, selling your old stuff at ebay and for me I will do same thing that you did especially if the stuff is still useful but its not just ebay that you can sell your old stuff. In my country which is Philippines, it is popular to sell your old stuff whether online or in person and there are so many groups in fb or site where you can exactly sell your used stuff.



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wallet

It depends on what stuff I have in the house and I do not need them anymore. If it is something that has more value I usually sell them on a local website, if are not that valuable I donate them on the same website to people who really are in need.



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tiffiecute

I have thought of eBay but for old stuff to sell? I don't need to. Most of the time, I collect my used clothes, toys, etc. and donate them to a nearby orphanage. It gives me a more meaningful and fulfilled feeling which money can't buy.

But there was once or twice that I ventured into a garage sale and it was a success. Our house in return became clutter-free as well.



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overcast

Ebay, OLX and Quickr are known for the old product sales. And for the stuff it does work out. I am not sure how many people can make use of the unwanted stuff for sales though. It just makes me think on that sales being a bit low cost. Because not a lot of people on site are going to pay high for the amount. That is for sure as well.



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jemuelterrado

Ebay really helps us a lot in selling one of our items online. I also thought about selling my old stuff in Ebay to get money but i do not know how. I have a lots of unused stuff here that i want to sell. Some items i already gave to my friends because it is very useful to them. I want to help others at the same time earn because i need money. This is a good idea for people who want to lessen their stocked yet useful items in their homes.



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Barida

I would really have to consider selling old and unwanted household items such as the old video recorder in my place and other things on eBay, but the issue is to be sure that I could be able to sell on the site without issues considering that I'm from Africa. Also, does those old items have to be sound and functional or are they just buying to use the parts on other functional related products? I would like to know before doing such business.



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JoeMilford

We do one of two things with it. Sometimes, we take bags of un-wanted items to Goodwill and donate them. You do get paperwork for this for a tax deduction, so that is nice, but I seriously doubt that the deduction has ever come close to the value of what we are donating, so it still feels a bit altruistic. Also, every few years, we have a yard sale or garage sale. You would not believe how much profit you can make off of a venture like this as neighbors, locals, and people just passing through stop to buy things that you no longer want. Like they say, "One man's trash is another man's pleasure".



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Judas2018

If it has a particular value I'd try ebay. But a yard sale would suffice also. Not everything can sell on e-bay. Most old furniture and stuff would cost a pretty penny to ship. You'd be better off organizing a yard sale, where people can just buy and take items home themselves in their car or truck.



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wiseagent

Oh yeah! I've used eBay so many times to get rid of some things I didn't want anymore and so far, all my experiences / transactions haven't presented any kind of problem.

I think the website - if you know how to use it, of course - is amazing (it's like a big world showcase) and it promotes an easy interaction between / among people. What do you do with your old unwanted stuff? Have you ever thought about ebay?



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DarthHazard

I've used eBay loads of times to get rid of things that I don't want. It's great and I haven't had any problems with it so far. I even used it for a little business for a few months where I bought things for cheap and then sold it for a big profit. I managed to make a decent amount from it although I gave that up because it was just too time-consuming for a side job. The only problem I have with eBay is that it charges two fees (if you use PayPal to receive your money). Considering both are owned by the same company, it's quite annoying.



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anor0428

Congrats that you have managed to sell some old and unwanted stuff. What do you do with your old unwanted stuff? Have you ever thought about ebay?

Those fee that we get from ebay and paypal are really annoying because instead of gettinh the whole profit, there goes this two fees that we need to pay. Here in my country, some online sellers prefer bank transfer or bank deposit to get rid of those fees.



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vinaya

I have thought about ebay whenever I see items that are lying discarded in my home. However, I have not tried this sell any physical items on ebay. There are two reasons:
I am based in Nepal and ebay customers are primarily from the US. If my product gets sold, I will have to dispatch the item to the US, shipping would be so high that I don't think I would make profits from selling.
I have listed some digital items on ebay and I am yet to make my first sell.



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DarthHazard

I'm sure eBay has a local site although I'm not sure whether they have one for Nepal because of the fact that they won't have too many users from over there. The UK has one so when you buy/sell, you tend to just get products from users based in the UK but you can change your settings to find international sellers as well. Your best bet would be to just add the items but remove international shipping.



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vinaya

yes, ebay has local versions in many countries. I have checked ebay uk and ebay India. However ebay nepal does not exist. That's because the market is very small here. I cna buy things on ebay from my home country. In fact I have used ebay to buy things, however, I have not sold anything on ebay. Interestingly, there are people in my home country who are making good money by selling handicraft and other memorabilia on ebay.



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anor0428

If there is an unwanted stuff at home at it is still can be used, I donate them or give them to some of my friends. But if ever it is still can be sold, then surely I will sell it if it is presentable enough to sell especially for clothes. One can make a garage sale for those old, used and unwanted stuff. Donate or sell, either way will do, but if you think it cant be used you can just throw it on the garbage What do you do with your old unwanted stuff? Have you ever thought about ebay?



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Blank629

I have so many old unwanted stuff in my house. I am thinking to sell it online or maybe I will build a temporary shop to sell them all. Ebay is a good one if I am going to sell it online. But I also want to try other site that offers the same service as ebay. Before I sell it all, maybe I want to see first if there are stuffs that I can give to my relatives so they can use it or maybe they can just by it so that we have a win-win situation.



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overcast

I think a lot of stuff can be sold on ebay. And if you are careful it can be good enough to make the regular income. Though it may not earn you much long term. But if you are going to be consistent with earning and products finding. I think a lot of new stuff can be sold as well. I have sold some old stuff but it's not that regular earning enough for me. So I guess I have to stick with some junk and get rid of it if possible.



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Judas2018

Ebay is good long term income if you have a product pipeline. Some people have access to early Apple products or other top of the line items. They're given some as product testers or sometimes as a gift for a birthday, or as part of an event grab bag. So if you attend events multiple times a year, and are given expensive gifts as a 'thank you' from the organizers, you can sell and earn quite well on e-bay.



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Soulwatcher

Yes, you can make a living off of eBay there are plenty of people who do. You just need to know what you're doing and go to yard sales and go to a secondhand store and list it on eBay. There are lots of things at the secondhand stores and yard sales that go for super cheap and can net you a $20+ profit for your time.



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Pixie06

I have never tried to sell them on eBay. We often have garage sales and this is when I usually sell my unused items. However, there are some items that I have never been able to sell. I can consider to sell them through eBay. I am just wondering if someone will even buy them. If they do buy I will get some extra cash at least.



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Tronia

I really suggest that you try it out and list those items that you had a hard time selling at your garage sell. You would be surprised what people buy.

I managed to sell some old toys that I had for over 15 years for way more than I expected. It is definitely worth trying. You can't lose anything.



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Tronia

Yes, I have previously used eBay many times to sell my unwanted things. Besides eBay we also have one website that is for our country where we can live items and sell them with ease. It is basically the same system as eBay.

I have sold many, many things over the years. I think that it is better rather than just keeping stuff at home and collecting dust.

I also donated and gave away some of my old clothes to the people in need.



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ryyde

I don't use any selling sites to get rid of my old stuffs. Most of my old stuffs are just in the storage. I don't have a plan to sell and give them away. My parents told me to throw it or give them in able to have a wide space on our storage. Maybe this is the time that I can sell them online.



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Pixie06

I organize garage sales at least once a year and I do make some money from that. Maybe you can try to sell the old stuff through garage sales. I will suggest you try this as it really works. I have never tried to sell my old stuff online and after reading the comments here this is something that I might do in the future.



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manmad

It is a hassle to sell every old thing you have just to make a small income. I mean, there's a lot of junk that needs to be thrown out on way or another, however if it doesn't annoy you too much, you can just keep it. Well, if you aren't lazy then yeah, selling it on the internet on different sites or even a garage sale isn't that much of a bad idea, because you can earn at least a small amount of money that you can use for something newer.



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tenthztar

I do sell my old stuffs online, but not on eBay though. I sold my stuffs on an online site for local sellers. I find it easy to sell stuffs on specific Facebook groups that buy's and sells on your local area. I suggest browsing for groups online in your country since its easier to sell there.



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jaymish

Great question. I'm a major hoarder. I love getting new stuff, but I hate getting rid of old stuff so it just piles up. However, I have decided to change this. Spiritual teachers teach that if you hang on to old stuff you hang on to old energies and this prevents new energies from coming your way. Best to get rid of your old stuff.

I love the eBay idea, but I think it has to be country-specific. I think only people in the Us, Canada, and Europe can think of selling on eBay. For other countries, I don't think that's realistic. Does it make sense to send your old clothes to another country for sale? I don't think so.

I donate my old clothes to children's homes and old people's home. The rest of my stuff like old phones and other electronics, I give to friends and relatives who want them.



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AmieBotella

A few years back, Ellen Degeneres featured a 14 year old girl who have bought a house in Craigslist from the money she saved by selling used stuffs on Craigslist too. I think you can earn on the things you aren't using anymore and it's one way of de-cluttering your house or your workplace. I always say that one person's trash is another person's treasure. Your junk may be useful to others.



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potentialwriter

One of those old unwanted stuff I wouldn't ever want to remember is Hubpages. Hubpages was one of those content management sites and Google AdSense revenue sharing sites I started with online then, but went through some rigours with this particular site. After several years of earning Google AdSense revenue with this site as a third party site that helped me sign up for Google AdSense program, I logged in one day and found out that I have been disconnected already.



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Baburra

We have an eBay store so I do have experience selling on ebay. However, my second hand goods don't really sell all that well there since the market here is a bit dry and there are only select types of items that are sought after. I'd have to sell my items at a very low price to get them sold, probably, at which point I think it would just be better to give it away since then I wouldn't have to worry about shipping and customer feedback.



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Aree

No, I have never sold any old stuff on eBay. Actually, the thought had never crossed my mind. When I have old stuff I don't need, I give them away. Either to the trash collector or someone who can use them. Somehow it seems to be a lot of work to put the stuff up for sale and to package it to send it off.

I did think about selling new stuff, though. At the moment, I am looking into selling bags via Facebook. Why bags? Well, I like to buy bags. So perhaps my passion for bags can be translated into something profitable.



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DenisP

Sometimes I actually wish that I had more stuff that I didn't need for this exact reason. It would be fun to grab a bunch of things I don't use anymore and see what people are willing to buy. Most people clutter their houses with so many things, and selling them on the internet is a really quick and easy way of making a few extra bucks to throw in the savings jar.

That being said, in the past few years I've tried to live in this sort of "zen" way where I only have a few essential items and that's that. In my eyes, owning a bunch of things is a burden on one's existence and happiness so I choose to just have a few things that keep me content. I have my laptop, my guitar, and the clothes on my back.



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pandooh

As for me I have only tried selling books. I had books from college in which I know that I can't use them anymore. I sold them online. It was a great experience for me since they'll just be lying around the house at least they can still be useful. Maybe I'd try to sell some other unwanted stuffs, too. THis would be another small income



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Judas2018

There's a good market for old college books here in the states. As many students are always looking for ways to save money on otherwise expensive materials for the next semester.



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DenisP

"I had books from college in which I know that I can't use them anymore. I sold them online."

Oh boy, I have a sore spot in my heart for all the books I had to buy in college. I don't know what it's like where you're from, but going to college in the United States, I had to pay ridiculous amounts of money for my college textbooks. The prices are notoriously absurd here. Anyway, after forking over a bunch of cash, I was left with textbooks that I had absolutely no use for any longer. When I tried to sell them, I was lucky to get 15% of the original price I had paid. I still hold a bit of a grudge over that.



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pandooh

From what I see in movies, just going to college is already a ticket to your bank of debts. If that's true then how much more would you be able to sustain your stay in college with those incredibly high priced textbooks? Maybe that's why having a part-time jobs in states is normal. In our country, we have options as to where to buy books. May it be from library, photocopied from our friends, or maybe stores where fake books are available. It's widespread really. Their price ranges from $5-$50. Depends on how you talk with the sales person.



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PedroP

I have sold a few things of mine when I needed the money but the fact is that I never had that much to sell, to begin with so it's not like it was a primary source of income for me. Still, It's always a good idea to make room for unused things



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Krisleen

I usually sell my preloved items in Facebook. It's the easiest way for me to get buyers. Most unwanted stuff I sell there are my old clothes. I also tried to sell my unwanted 3-in-1 printer and ring binder. Luckily, I found a buyer for those items in less than 5 days. Since I have a lot of old, unwanted clothes, I only sell those that are barely used. Then I donate those that have been used for a long time, those that are not much in a good condition anymore. I pack them up and donate them to the typhoon victims. Some are Christmas donations.



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jaymish

@Krisleen, Good Job. Guys we need to remember that the holidays are coming up. They are many people that are less fortunate. They have no food, shelter or clothing. We've seen the natural disasters that have befallen mother earth this year and we've seen the distraction they have caused. Some people don't have the basics. As we celebrate Christmas, let's think about these people. Sell your stuff on eBay, but donate some in the spirit of Christmas.



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honeybabe

Yes I already tried to sell old stuff in eBay, OXL, online shopping site and it is very amazing that someone is interested in your old stuff. My brother and I when we have old stuff gadgets like old phone, car accessories etc. we used to post in in social media site or our local online shopping site. And my mother when it comes to our old clothes but still usable and presentable she
will keep in her room and by the month of December and it is Christmas time she will give it to our relatives and other people who are needy every year she
will do it. Like now Christmas is fast approaching and I guess she’s preparing
our old clothes.



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Rmarsh1984

Most of the items we want to purge from our home go to Value Village. We have a location near our home, so dropping off a load of unused things is quite convenient.

I have, in the past, sold off a bunch of baby clothes on a local buy and sell Facebook group . The buyer came and picked it up and took it away for a very affordable price.

Most of the time though, it just gets donated. If we have gotten to the point where we just want it gone, we really don't like to wait around for possible buyers. Sure, we are losing money that way, but once the item is gone, it feels good to have that space again.

I'm sure that I will list things on the local buy and sell again when we want to get rid of certain things, but it will only be items that I know are going to be snatched up right away. The majority of the stuff listed there is baby gear, so I have a few more years before I can get rid of those items.



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potentialwriter

I sell my old unwanted stuff on free Ad classified sites. Old stuff I have sold in the past are items such as refrigerator, blender, motor vehicles, cabinets, kitchen utencils, perishable goods and other items. Free classified ads sites are really helpful when it comes to selling old unwanted stuff. People who love buying those stuff are always on the look out for what they really need on free classified sites.



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narutos3nn1n

I haven't tried yet although I've help my Mom sell or find buyers of house and lots, subdivisions, townhouses and even condominium unit on some free classified ads online. Well we don't get a lot of inquiries though but mostly the one who were looking for those kind of things are Overseas Filipino Workers who had save enough money to buy their very first home. Well I don't have a lot of stuffs that was worth selling so I might not have any to sell in the future. I admit that most of it though, supposedly I have some, had already went to trash.



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Kakashi2020

We usually sell it in bulk or give it to the poor. This usually happens every January.

We do general cleaning after the holidays and all selected items for disposal are sorted out and put in plastic bags and sold to a second hand thrift shop. Other items are given away to the needy.



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anahbello1206

I give some of my unused stuff such as clothes, shoes and bags to those I think need it the most. While the others which are damaged are use as rag or a thing that I use to hang my plants. Sometimes I redesign some of my old clothes to make to look new again.



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Vinsanity

It depends on the condition of my old stuffs. If they cannot be used anymore, I'll throw them out. For gadgets or electrical appliances such as radio and washing machine, I will sell some of their useful parts like the transformer, copper, motors and speakers.
For stuffs that I don't use anymore but still working, I will just give them to my younger cousins or to my nephews and nieces.
For stuffs which have sentimental value, since I value them a lot, I will just keep them in my room, in my drawer or in a box.



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Tsuna27

We usually gives my all my unwanted stuffs such us clothes, shoes and any other accesories to my relatives and we usually donates them to charity organizations. But in case of my devices and gadgets, If it is still in a good condition, we give it to our relatives who still doesn't have it or we will sell it. In those devices or gadgets that is not in good condition, we will send it to a junk shop and removed only the useful parts.



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jusumortal

I usually donate my old items of clothing and shoes to people that are affected by a calamity. While my old toys, I give them to my little cousins and sometimes neighbors. I don't keep a collection of books that have creases so after reading them, I sell them. And last are my old notebooks. I sell them all to a junk shop.



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Tatiana22

Honestly I never sold my old stuff. Some of the things I keep, because I feel weird throwing them away, I have this thing where I get attached to some stuff and I just can't let go. But most of my old stuff goes to aquintances, neighbors, or people who are in need. I think this is the best way because I feel like I am helping other people, and it makes me feel better than receiving some bucks from selling the items on ebay.



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aecel

Actually, I've never tried selling my old stuff in any online stores, not even a garage sale. We usually put them in the garbage or if it's still useful we give it to our relatives that need it. I had so many keyboards, mouse and old hardware PC in the past but there were not working anymore so might as well put them in the garbage because I know no one would buy it. But I'm thinking reselling my old books I'm just hesitant that no would be interested to purchase it, there's no harm in trying anyway, I might find luck.



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Bravosi

Oh hey there!

Yeah, I have lots of old unused stuff, but I keep telling myself I might need them some day or pass to my children. What do you do with your old unwanted stuff? Have you ever thought about ebay?
But other than that, there were few stuff I actually sold on ebay. Earned an extra penny, hehe.



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Corzhens

I hope my husband will not see this discussion because I'm sure she will urge me to sell the personal things that are lying in our stock room. It's not actually a stock room but a spare bedroom that I converted to hold my extra things like the more than 50 pairs of shoes and an array of clothing that couldn't fit in the closet. Maybe I can hold a garage sale just to have more space in that extra bedroom. From what I remember it was more than 10 years ago when we had a garage sale.



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emiaj55

I have never really tried selling old stuff on Ebay. But I did purchase a few items off of them. It feels like there would be a lot that I need to do so instead I just listed them on Facebook Market place. A lot of locals bought from me and it was such a simple and easy transaction.



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