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Where can I sell my clothes for cash

Where can I sell my clothes for cash?

Where can I sell my clothes for cash

Here is a comprehensive list of 5 places for you to sell clothes for cash.

1. Flyp - Sell Clothing Professionally

Flyp is a mobile application designed to help you sell clothes in the most efficient and hassle-free way.

They know exactly how to arrange your clothes for resale by taking pictures of your clothes for resale, and they know who and where to sell your used clothes so you can dispose of them as quickly as possible and definitely fill your pockets with money.

2. Facebook

Facebook Groups – You can Sell your used clothes online using Facebook groups is one of the easiest ways to get the job done.

Most communities and cities have community yard sales pages that are only for locals meaning that almost everyone is within driving distance, maybe even on foot.

How it works: simply search for "page sales page" in your community using the search tool and ask to be added to the group.

Once accepted, make sure to read the group rules so you don't get booted for reasons you don't know.

Take a picture of your item, create a description, then choose a price and post. You have all control over how you want to make the sale.

Facebook Marketplace – Marketplace is another way to showcase your listings. Using the market is very simple.

Facebook even has its own payment service that you can connect to your debit card or PayPal account.

How it works: Take a picture of your item and write a compelling description and Name your price and post it.

3. eBay

How it works: Take several pictures of clothing items in good lighting. Research what your item is for and mark your price accordingly and write a very detailed description, including the size.

You can choose to cover the shipping costs yourself, but I'll try to figure out the shipping costs myself and offer "free shipping". Sounds more interesting.

If you have an item for under 1 pound, it can be very cheap. Otherwise, use a flat rate shipping box.

There is a bit more work to selling used clothes on Ebay but in the end, it can make some decent money.

4. Local Consignment Shop

You can offer your used clothes quickly. Most stores look for used or rarely worn clothes that are trendy and in season and Don't try to sell your sweater in May.

They offer the option to sell in-store and sell by mail. If you take your items to the shop they offer cash or trade-in on the spot.

If you choose the shipping route, the process can take up to 2-4 weeks and take 25-30% off the sale price for cash options and 50% for in-store or credit trades.

5. Sales page

Having their own sales page to sell your clothes is another option and the people who go to the sales page hope to make money from the item. So don't expect much.

In my opinion and experience, it is best to sell low-end clothes from WalMart, Target, Ross, etc. if they are still in good condition.

Most consignment shops and online sellers will not pick up the item and you are better off donating it. But, if you price it right, you might get some decent cash.

How it works: Get "clothes only" page sales. It targets people who are specifically looking for clothes at low prices.

Hang your clothes on the clothes rack, people can quickly see what you have to offer. Sort by season, then by size.

Then, stick a sticker with a price to let buyers know what you want. This eliminates guesswork and makes it easier for buyers.

Place signs that say things like "buy 5 get 2 free" or something like that and the goal here is for clothing that probably won't be sold anywhere else.