I sold this bulk lot of Girls Size 1 clothing (30 items) for $49.99. The buyer paid straight away, and it costed them $20 in postage to get it there. Yay, some more space in my wardrobe to fill with more kiddies clothing:
<<<<<< WARNING : Whine of the Week >>>>>>>>>
Then there was this second lot of clothing - Girls Size 6 Clothes (29 Items) - this actually sold on the 31st of January for $49.99. I was very happy with this sale in an otherwise terrible sales week.
The buyer contacted me one minute after buying it and said "Can I pay on pickup - I only live in (somewhere less than 10 minutes from me). I replied yes, and told her I'd be home that day until 5pm.
Nothing. Then on the 3rd, she phoned and said "Can I pick it up on Wednesday 9th? I'll be there at 9am." I thought that was a bit long to wait, but I agreed.
Waited home on Wednesday. Nothing - no email, no phone call, no twit customer. On Thursday I sent a "Where were you, if you no longer want these please let me know so I can cancel it."
It's now Sunday morning and still nothing. I HATE that I have to wait 5 days until I can relist these. I hate that the seller gets punished for having a twit customer. I hate that if she does ever get back to me, it will be with some sob story about her grandfather dying or her husband getting assassinated by a ninja.
I got rid of the pickup option on all my items except the clothing , but I will be removing it them as well, as the inter-state customers pay quickly and are no trouble at all.
<<<<<<< Hic! That was a nice glassfull ! >>>>>.
I have a friend from years ago when I had a bookshop - she would trawl garage sales and op shops for books during the week, and I would buy them off her. It worked well for both of us.
Fast forward six years or so, and she still visits me every couple of months at home to bring me more things to sell - we have branched out from books with other things as well. We go halvies on these items. These three books sold within a day of me putting them up.
Military History always sells well. I try to buy any military history books I see - especially ones that are related to a certain platoon/unit/etc. This book was signed by the author and a couple of members of the AWWC. I got $25 for this one.
I nearly kept this one just to identify the contents of my back garden. I got $45 for this book on Weeds. Who would have thought?
I always laugh at this book, because it was the one I used when I was
And now on to videos. Do you remember my blog from last week about the video haul I got?
I've already sold 3 videos from this lot. These only costed me 10 cents each.
Gary Busey and his teeth score! $10.00 for this trashy beauty!
This one was in pretty bad nick and was an ex-rental. It played well, and I debated whether to list it and put it up for $8. I forgot about the allure of a fugly man on the front cover! Yes! He sold within a couple of days. I must remember that fugly sells (as my friend Tina always says. ;-) So remember to add Fugly to your Video BOLO list. Fugly + Rated R = Irresistible.
And this one links to my next Video BOLOs :
Ah, Denise Austin. I remember trying to do these videos years ago, my parrots watching me from their perches with something bordering on disgust. Yes I "squeezed my buttocks" with the best of them. Lovely Denise never mentioned that it would make my butt bigger. What's the deal with that???
This is a very early one - probably the first she ever made. It's so old, it should be a silent movie and I wish it was. As I tested the movie, I winced listening to her perky voice rabbiting on about hips, thigggghsssssss & buttocks!!!!! I got $10 for this one.
Exercise Videos - although they make me break into a sweat before I've even taken the video out of the cover, they are big sellers where I am. Of course only certain ones sell.
You can get anything from $10 to $20 for these. My BOLO List for Videos are:
~ Any Denise Austin
~ Any Jane Fonda
~ Any Cher *bwwwwwahahahahahhahaaa* sorry, I nearly choked then.
~ Any Richard Simmons
~ Any super-model workout (eg. Rachel Hunter, Elle MacPherson)
~ Any ex-actress/singer workout (eg. Jennie Garth, etc ...)
~ I also pick up any Aussie Fit series
~ Any Billy Blanks / Tae Bo videos - I did these for a while. They're fun because you pretend you can kick someone's butt. However I kept getting distracted by the very dishy Mr. Blanks lovely *ahem* package. Sometimes lycra is a *good thing*.
Sometimes it isn't. :-( (hint: Richard Simmons)
Have you had any success with selling exercise videos? Do you have any others you can add to the BOLO list?