How to make money on ebay shopping at thrift stores

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Thrift stores are in abundance in most cities. Pick a couple and head on over!

A great place to start is the housewares section. Here you can find mugs, figurines, dinner plates, etc.

For example, I found this mug, paid about $1, and sold a short time later for this great price! Used mugs are awesome!!

Look for Starbucks, these are a sure seller!

Also Taylor & Ng vintage 80s mugs.

If you have a smartphone you can download the Ebay app, and tap the Search icon at the bottom, then enter your search term at the top. Here are results for current Taylor & Ng items for sale.

If you click the Refine button at top right you van scroll down and turn ON Completed Listings. This will show you what items actually sold and for how much. That is the information that you want!

Here are the Completed Listings, prices in GREEN are what sold! High number of bids shows it's popularity! If you see a lot of unsolds in RED, it may take a bit longer for the right buyer to find it.

Used men's neck ties are also awesome to sell. easy to list and ship!

I paid about $3 for this tie, love that ROI!!! Again look for artists, and any novelty ties with a great theme.

Of course you will need to set up an Ebay account and get some shipping supplies. It's not a huge learning curve... You could be making a nice little profit with just a moderate amount of effort.

There are endless items at your local thrift store just waiting to be found! So get on out there and Happy Thrifting!

My awesome in depth Thrifting Guide will be available in January for purchase through my blog One little tip from this guide could reimburse you several times over!

The guide will be chock full of items to buy, brands to watch for , what to pay, how to price, when to research, etc. You will be armed with a wealth of information to hit the thrift stores running...

... and on your way to making money in this fun business!

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