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Listing perfume - do people buy it? Is January a good time to sell anyway?

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SarfEast1cated Sun 01-Jan-17 11:24:11

Hi all, new to this and hoping for some help. I have some unwanted xmas perfume and not sure what to do with it. It's a big bottle of Dot, but I really don't like it. Will people buy second hand perfume on ebay and is now a good time to list it? Maybe a different website would be better? I also have some No Added Sugar clothes that I would like to sell, couple of dresses and a coat, but not sure how best to do that either. Start at 99p or list for £10 and keep relisting? Is January a good time to sell stuff or are lots of people doing it. Maybe I should wait?... Any advice would be appreciated. Happy New Year!

ButteredToastAndStrawberryJam Mon 02-Jan-17 08:00:31

Yes, this is a good time to sell unwanted Christmas gifts. Have a look on Ebay to see what similar items are going for, then you'll get an idea of what you're likely to get for them. I personally would rather wait it out to get a price I'm reasonably happy with.
Happy New Year to you too. Here's to getting rid of the clutter!

ButteredToastAndStrawberryJam Mon 02-Jan-17 08:01:34

P.s I've seen bottles of good perfume sell even when half full.

SarfEast1cated Mon 02-Jan-17 09:43:56

Thank you Buttered I will give it a go. There is one bottle on Ebay that is damaged, and has 14 people watching. That's weird isn't it.
I will also try my luck with the NAS clothes and hope for the best.
Happy New Year!

ButteredToastAndStrawberryJam Mon 02-Jan-17 16:07:43

These fragrances in any form are sort after grin

Emily7708 Mon 02-Jan-17 16:19:32

I've just started selling things on my local Facebook selling pages - have you checked if you have any? It's been brilliant and today I sold a couple of items which were collected and paid for within the hour. I don't think I'll go back to selling on eBay again!

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