Making easy money is one of the many benefits of the Internet today. Whether you’re looking to get rid of books, clothes, mobile devices, or anything else you’re no longer in need of, there’s most likely a place for it. The World Wide Web has come so far, and if you’re underestimating its ability to help make you some money, this list will help change that. Take a look into each and every one of these resources to see which fits your needs best.
GoodCellas is a mobile device trade-in website, providing the best value for your old iPhones, iPads and cell phones. Many of us have junk drawers with at least one device inside that we no longer have use for, and trading it in for cash seems like the best option for that. It’s as easy as visiting GoodCellas.com, selecting “sell for more” and following through with choosing the correct model and condition of your device. GoodCellas will then give you an estimated value that’s subject to evaluation. Luckily, this company is known for honest evaluations and sending you the amount that’s deserved in a timely fashion. With the user-friendly process and outstanding reviews, this is the best option for mobile device selling!
Whether in school or not, we all have books that we’ve already read (some more than once), and we’re ready to get rid of them. If they’re textbooks, it’s likely you spent a pretty penny on them, passed the class and now don’t know what to do with them. BookScouter will take care of this situation for you. By going to BookScouter.com, you’ll find an ISBN toolbar. BookScouter will take the the ISBN number and scout the web for various buyback vendors – it’s in the name! Then it’s time to compare prices, choose the best one and ship your book for free from your local shipping vendor. The final step? Enjoy your payment!
Is your closet stuffed with clothes that no longer fit or have any use to you? Then “tradesy” them in for some cash. The same goes for bags, accessories and shoes. The way Tradesy works is a little different, but it has the same outcome. On Tradesy’s website, there’s a “start selling” option. This will lead to you the instructions: 1. Pick your items 2. Take a few photos of these items 3. View the suggested price 4. Ship with the free box and label. The photos are not only important for determining the price, they’re used on the website itself. Parts of the photo are slightly edited, such as the background. Tradesy will list your item/s and get you the best price.
Like many other items that were once highly popular, the popularity eventually dies down, even if it’s slight. An example of this is video games. DK Oldies will buy your old games and consoles from you and provide you with a quote. Through DKOldies.com, you’ll have access to an updated price list, featuring the price list for Nintendo, GameCube, Wii, Game Boy, Sega, PlayStation, and more. Your payment will be provided in one of three forms – check, PayPal or trade.
Now that you’re aware of the multiple options you have when it comes to selling old items on the Internet, get to it. There’s money to be made and organization to be had. Don’t forget that getting rid of the clutter is another benefit for selling old items, especially when you don’t want to bring it with you to your new home. Plus, depending on the website, you may be providing an item for somebody else in need for a cheaper price. Use this list as inspiration when going through your items, and check out these websites today!