Posts Tagged ‘Craigslist Org’

Really good auction site that is free to post?

January 3rd, 2013 1 comment

I REALLY want to find a auction site that is completely free and I can auction off something, I want one people actually go to and people don’t get scammed. If you could give me a list by popularity I would greatly appreciate, 10 pts best answer.

Not an auction site but a very good site. Also free: (or .com)
You can post there for free and people can email or call you.
It is easier, you can ship or have pickup. You can also find people that want you item, so it is easier.
You can post almost any kind of junk there and they’ll take it.

I’ve got several pallets of childrens’ toys and games, where is the best place to sell them quickly and easily

July 9th, 2012 2 comments

Tried Amazon & eBay but things are really slow…any ideas of how to make these accessible to the public for quick sales, about 5 pallets of toys & games, saving upto 70% of RRP. is a worldwide site and is free. And is a great site if your unable to sell them.

Need help Selling Stuff on short notice?

July 7th, 2012 2 comments

We are moving out of state in one week, and our house is basically just as full as it was 2 months ago. We have tried to have a "moving sale" (one person showed up after 2 days of selling), advertised my butt off on, the local paper,ebay, and priced everything uber cheap to sell… but nothing. We have had alot of calls, but of course we wait around and no one ever shows up.

I was thinking of driving to my mothers home 20 miles away tomorrow (Sunday) to try and sell, but I am not prepared, I would have to wake up at 4am to set up, and have heard that Sundays are pretty slow selling days.

At this point I am feeling pretty lost, my condo doesn’t allow moving sales, so I can’t even put up signs, and I don’t know anyone in the area with a yard to do a garage sale there.

Any help on how to sell my stuff would be appreciated!

If all else fails you could gather up all you can’t sell but don’t want and bag it up and donate to the Salvation Army or places that take donations. Get a receipt for it and you can claim that amount on your taxes. You would be surprised how much it adds up and I know a family member that does this each year so basically you still get your money.