Daily Money Tip: Make Money By Selling Stuff You Don’t Use

Looking for ways to make some extra cash? Maybe you are looking for extra cash to pay down debt, or to add to your emergency fund. If you are looking for quick ways to make an extra bucks start by looking around you.

Selling the stuff you no longer use or need is a great way to make some extra cash from the comfort of your own home. Here are some of the things you can sell: outgrown clothes, books, music, CD’s, DVDs, even gently used toys, home items. You can sell pretty much anything as long as there is a market for it, so don’t disregard something without looking into whether it is saleable or not.

You can find a buyer for this stuff by hosting your own garage sale, selling on Ebay or Craigslist. Other outlets include consignment shops and flea markets.

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  • Mikki

    I like to sell on Amazon marketplace. There are no fees unless you sell, there is a large group of consumers and if you sell enough and want to pay, Amazon will ship your orders for you.

  • Nate

    I always turn to Craigslist when I need to sell something. Not only is it FREE, but a lot of people use it to find deals. I’ve also had great success giving away things I would otherwise throw away – like an old box spring I had lying around. The dump wanted to charge me money to toss it, but I was able to give it to someone that needed it, for free! It’s a win-win for everyone!

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