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Saturday, 3 October 2020

50 items to flip

 Hey readers,

Looking for a way to earn a few quid on the side especially with Christmas around the corner then a good way to do this is by a method called flip. 

What does Flip mean?

It is a term originated from America but to but it simply you buy something at a small cost and go on to sell it for a profit. 

Types of places to buy goods are:

  • Chruch sales
  • Auctions
  • Charity shops 
  • Library/university sales
  • Car boots
  • Markets
  • Wholesalers.


Then what you do is simply place the item on money selling app such as eBay, Facebook market, gum tree etc and then increase value for its worth. 

Make sure photos are crisp, getting loads of photos so the buyer and clearly see the product. Give information about the product if it is used or new etc can help get a good sale. 

Of course, if you are doing this long term which some people do. I don't personally just the odd thing here and there but you will need to think about buying items in bulk such as bubble wrap, paper, sellotape, envelopes and even the best deal with delivery. 

It is important to do your research if you want to do this long time. Nonetheless, you chose what you want to put in of course it could be the odd item.  

You definitely need time as it is work to put all the information together, making sure the item is a good condition and getting items posted. 

Anyhow, I have come up with 50 items which are brilliant for getting a good sell and it helps to have something in mind to look for when out in a charity shop or similar.


 

50 top-selling items to flip on selling sites to make a profit. 

  1. Vintage VHS horror. 
  2. Cashmere anything.
  3. New and used shoes. 
  4. Old gaming systems. 
  5. Car parts. 
  6. Bicycles.
  7. Textbooks.
  8. Disney stuff.
  9. Furniture.
  10. Power tools. 
  11. Designer watches. 
  12. Antiques.
  13. Basthtubs / proclein sinks.
  14. Ceramic decorations that are rare to find. 
  15. Concert t-shirts.
  16. Canvas painting. 
  17. Limited edition trainers.
  18. Baby and kid gear.
  19. Vintage eyewear. 
  20. Vinyl.
  21. Books. 
  22. Sports memorabilia.
  23. Old canning jars.
  24. Wine.
  25. Houses.
  26. Trailers.
  27. Websites.
  28. Vintage board games.
  29. Vintage toys.
  30. Anything related to Star Wars.
  31. Lego sets.
  32. Nutcrackers.
  33. Collectables.
  34. Outdoor furniture.
  35. Snow globes.
  36. Vintage cups.
  37. Glassware.
  38. Remote controls.
  39. Small antiques.
  40. Sterling silver.
  41. Mobile phones.
  42. Barbies.
  43. Pyrex.
  44. Power washing equipment.
  45. Record players.
  46. Vintage video games. 
  47. Appliances.
  48. Photography gear. 
  49. Scrap metal.
  50. Commercial equipment.
Have you ever flipped any items to resell? Love to hear your thoughts in the comment section down below.

Cheers for reading X

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