Sell Baby things

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THINGS TO BE BUYED WHEN YOU'RE HAVING A BABY. The best way to sell baby clothing? Does anyone have anyone experienced this?

The best way to sell baby clothing? All I was asking was whether anyone had any experience with the sale of baby clothing and whether it was profitable? Some years ago I tried my daughter's gear, but there was a lot of trouble on Ebay, so I asked myself if it would be best to make a trunk or if I should try to sell it as packages either here or on small ads?

I' ve stuffed about 4 garbage bags with baby bags from the neonate up to 6-9 month inc swimsuits, waistcoats, outfits etc. etc. etc. etc.. Will there be many BN things in there and they will come from all kinds of places inc tesco, next, M&S. Everything used is in perfect conditions and there are also new things.

Has anyone had previous sales of their baby products (good and bad) and does anyone have any advise as to what I should expect to get for my articles? But I don't want to make a lot of cash, but I thought if I could get something for what I have, then I could invest it in the direction of my own D.S. to get new clothing... which would be a plus, of course... if you have a good chance to do it is to make a boots show, they are good to sell your outfit.

I' ve got pockets full of boy clothing, from 0-3 years at the moment, plus a 3-wheel touring system and a Mclaren twin for sale, and some games. Hello, Ebay is a good way to get your kids' clothing off. The sale of children's clothing in batches is very much in demand there.

plus you could maybe get £20 for a small bunch while if you were single sells at a boots sales you could only get 50p per article. i would have said the almost new planks here are quite good for selling clothing since you can sell them as jobless rather than single prizes which is what you would do at a auto boots.

Simply be wary on ebay since I recently resold some, mentioning some had spots (they were the ages when we started weaning), and essentially they were C. O.D. and then suddenly it was 50% dyed (total garbage) and then they were out of form!

Naturally 90% of the ebay sites spend ebay with the buyers so its a terrible one. I am considering using the almost new board as I have much more clothing for resale! Do not like to sell on ebay as I got loads of interested & offers only for folks who don't pay! on ebay.

At the same moment I have 6 different tickets list & only one ticket sells & pays. Anything else went up, but the shoppers never cough. Even the one who was selling the guys gave me impartial feed-back because they said I mislisted the clothing?! Imagine taking photos of every article and listing where/what the article was.

I' m not recommending so yeah-bay. so I' m gonna try it on here first. Each bundle has many pyjamas and waistcoats as well as an outfit, pants, bottoms etc. and many have never been used and are still NOW. I just wonder if I should divide them all into smaller packages or just try to get them out!

I' m in the midst of selling my place, so I gotta clean up, too. As you will see from the quantities, we have purchased so many things that some are still tagged and for those who have been wearing them, they have only been used a few times, so they still look good without blotches.

What should I charge for a bundle? On ebay I know a few bales were 96 item and were only for £20 on sale. When you have a general notion of how much they were, why not sum them up (for the brandnew articles) and write this down, but say quotes and maybe ask for 1/2 of the original or up to 3/4!

On eBay, the clothing I would say that you wear will depend on how much lives are in them and make sure you make a point of mentioning whether they are good enough for the game, every day or best, as humans on eBay have no objects to meet your expectation and it gets mad! I' ve got pockets full of boy clothing, from 0-3 years at the moment, plus a 3-wheel touring system and a Mclaren twin for sale, and some games.

Hi, I'd have to say to sell your stroller and trip system I'd go through ebay to just set it up as a rally so that more folks will likely see it sooner than at a boat sell etc. Buying a second handed dual stroller for my Lo's, 6 month later I put it on ebay as I no longer needed it and repaid 90% of what I had used.

Toy, I would say, are best suited for selling boots, clothing that varied it. Sometime they sell on ebay in small batches, however I have put on a whole coat rack (my DD's) starting at 99p and it hadn't been selling and this was all almost new and new clothing, but other times they have been selling for £10+ for batches of 15+ items.

The sale of clothing at boot sales is okay if you want to give it away as in my past personal experiences they don't want anything for anything. I had someone offering me 20p for a couple of my DD pants that were brandnew with tag. I' ve recently shipped a bunch of clothing over this almost new one.

I' ve got all the kids apparel itemized for fiftyp per article no matter what it was, whether it was brandnew or not, from testco or from the next. So I divided everything into lots of boys/girls and ages and then they came and looked and took what they wanted.

It worked really well because I was selling waistcoats, baby gro's, ankle boots, stockings, etc. for every 50% as well as the more costly stuff, so I think it balanced out. In fact, I haven't been selling anything that is soiled, pumped, ripped apart, etc., anything I wouldn't like to buy myself, all those things I sent directly to charities or the garbage.

I' ve been selling clothing on ebay before and on avarage I probably got about £80 per article. Of course it's more cash, but I've never had the trouble of loading up all the photos, replying to queries, taking care of payments, thinking about whether I'll get commandments or end up giving away my alms clothing, pack and post everything, etc.

Plus, the bunch I've been selling on ebay haven't got the little things like waistcoats, babygro's etc. trapped, so I expect I've most likely done better on here to be frank. By the end of the days it's free and requires very little fuss so it's definitely well worth doing it. Autoboot are great and usually sell for £1 for an article usually bought for £50.

I' d sell a bunch and get away with anything that ain't flawless. So I sell apparel on ebay that are good brands and in top top shape like next, etc. and seem to do pretty well on them. I' ve begun listing some garments on Buy & Sell Baby & Toddler Apparel LullaBuys.

Simply be wary on ebay since I recently resold some, mentioning some had spots (they were the ages when we started weaning), and essentially they were C. O.D. and then suddenly it was 50% dyed (total garbage) and then they were out of form!

Naturally 90% of the ebay sites spend ebay with the buyers so its a terrible one. Im considering using almost new planks as I have loads more clothing to sell on! I quite concur that there may be some evil folks on ebay who make bad allegations. there is a store near me that will take baby clothing and a bin liner full 20 hwill wage.

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