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My leftovers are going...

May 16th, 2008 at 09:37 am

on craigslist. I have quite a few nice things left over from the garage sale last week. I had success with the desk, so I am going to list as much as possible today.

The advantage of craigslist over ebay, is that it takes much less time to list the items. I don't have to calculate shipping or find a box. And, I set the final price instead of waiting for the highest bidder.

I had such good response by listing all my garage sale items that I think there is a large amount of traffic on craigslist.

So, I think I'll make a goal. To sell at least $50 worth of items on craigslist. The listings are 45 days, so I will give them that much time. If they don't sell there, I'll set them up on ebay.



7 Responses to “My leftovers are going...”

  1. sounderella Says:

    I love craigslist! I sold an old living room set and a boat both within a day of listing.

  2. Koppur Says:

    your craigslist listing is 45 days? our automatically get deleted after 7 days...

  3. Petunia Says:

    Good for you! It sounds like this is working well for you.

  4. creditcardfree Says:

    Koppur...yep, 45 days and then automatically deleted. I sure hope I don't have to wait that long!

  5. JW Thornhill Says:

    I agree with you that Craigslist is much better. I recently sold a car using it with much less hassle. Smile

  6. StressLess Says:

    Another thumbs up for Craigslist. We just found the exact lawnmower we wanted, used, for $35. We also were able to sell some vintage audio equipment from my mother's house that we didn't think anyone would ever want. Very cool!

  7. donna Says:

    Loving craigs list! We have bee sitting on a vintage astroid arcade game for many years. We decided to sell it--needed space. Put it on craigs list and it sold in less than 3 days for $300. This is not an item we put on ebay due to shipping. I livein a rural community in WV and just could not imagine us finding the "right buyer" for this type of expensive item--in mint condition these "antiques" go for around $2000--ours was not mint---so was tickled that it sold and sold so quickly!

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