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Silverfoxballs Wed 07-Aug-13 14:15:21

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SoWorriedPleaseHelp Wed 07-Aug-13 04:49:13

I sell my stuff on Friday Ads, Netmums, Pre loved and I have set up another profile on Facebook just for my selling page.

I have sold loads on fb but it does take time to do it. The run up to Xmas is good if you have toys that your DC have outgrown.

everydayaschoolday Tue 06-Aug-13 22:02:02

I do well at selling children's clothes and toys at NCT nearly New Sales. Next one is in Oct 13 in our area. They take 20% for their charity, but I usually take home £60-£70 (t-shirts for 80p, outfits for £2 etc but make most of the money on larger baby toys).

confusedofengland Tue 23-Jul-13 09:40:15

Music magpie website offer money for some branded clothes (next etc), although I am not sure how much. You have to enter in details of make, measure, so it is quite time-consuming but could be worthwhile.

Alternatively, do you have any dress agencies near you? I have in the past received £12 for about 4/5 items of branded clothes that were in good condition & relatively fashionable.

Mum2Fergus Mon 22-Jul-13 10:41:45

I don't use EBay at all anymore due to their ridiculous fees. See if there is a local Buy and Sell page on Facebook, or try Gumtree...

UnicornsPooGlitter Sat 20-Jul-13 18:56:02

I've had success with new / nearly new high end high street stuff on eBay. Make sure your price your P&P realistically though.

Good luck smile.

superbagpuss Sat 20-Jul-13 18:10:41

I have some of my clothes, including a work suit, and my children's clothes

I know I should charity shop them but money is tight

is eBay worth it for clothes?
is it better to take them to a cash by weight place or use a online service?

if I got dh to have a clear out it could be a black sack bag of different bits

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