GIFT CARDS?!?! Apparently you can sell your unwanted gift cards! You can try to recoup at least some of its value in cash by listing it for sale on Gift Card Granny. The site says that sellers can get up to 92% cash back for unwanted gift cards. Not too shabby for something you didn’t buy in the first place.
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Gazelle: Easy functionality and free shipping make this site a go-to resource for selling back electronics. Answer some questions about your device online and then print out your packing slip. Once they receive the device, you’ll get paid via check, Amazon credit or PayPal. Our only caveat: they focus primarily on Apple products, although they accept many types of cell phones.
USell: USell.com takes the guesswork out of selling your electronics to a vendor. The site shows you the best offer and makes it easy to ship the product for free. USell accepts a wide range of electronics, including cameras and MP3 players.
BuyMyTronics: Similar to the two previous sites, BuyMyTronics lets you ship your item for free and reimburses you through PayPal or check. BuyMyTronics gave the highest quote for my iPhone 4, and promises to erase all your data from any device you send in. The site buys more obscure electronics like GPS, camera lenses and accessories.
Amazon: 15% Sales fee and a $1.35 closing cost fee. But no $40 subscription fee if you plan to sell less than 40 items a month. (Less than 40 makes you an Individual seller instead of a Professional seller) I only recommend this option if you have some REALLY desirable goods that you just don't want.
CLOTHING & ACCESSORIES
If you have clothing that is still stylin and worth a few pennies or that classic piece you'd just rather have the $$ from there are a plethora of places to hawk your duds.
OFFLINE check out your local resale shops and find out what their buying policy is. They tend to buy seasonally and can be very picky about what they take. So do them and yourself a favor and call first. Don't bring in 4+ bags of clothes unless you know they're even remotely interested.
Tradesy: Takes a 9% Commission. Easy interface. Photo cleanup to make yourthe photos of your items all nice and shiny. They have an iphone app which makes selling quicker and easier. The shipping cost is automatically added to the list price, and Tradesy will send you a complete shipping kit with prepaid postage as soon as your item sells. All you have to do is pack it up and put it in the mailbox.
Poshmark: Takes 20% Commission. The fab gimmick here is the "shop your closet" mentality. Poshmark sends the seller a pre-paid, pre-addressed shipping label. The seller packages the item and uses the label to send to the buyer’s address. The shipping rate is $7 for anywhere in the U.S., and the buyer pays for shipping. Buyers pay for items (and shipping) with a credit card, and the transaction goes through Poshmark.
RARE or SOUGHT AFTER ITEMS...Ebay. Period. If it's extremely rare, find an auction house like Bonham's or Sotheby's.
LARGE ITEMS AND FURNITURE..Craigslist. Also, I have yet to use them, but check out Mooveloot.com
Make it easy on yourself guys! Decide first if it's worth your time and the money you may make to sell your stuff.