Got a bunch of old clothes, shoes, or handbags lying around collecting dust? Why not sell them for cash! Below I have listed 6 sites that make it super easy to unload your unwanted clothing and accessories.
1.) ThredUp – When your family has clothing they no longer wear (kids, juniors and women’s), simply fill up a thredUP bag and put it on your doorstep. thredUP covers the shipping, and pays you for every item we can resell on thredUP.com. They accept women’s (including plus size), maternity, juniors, and kids pieces as well as shoes and handbags that are all in like-new condition. Just request a bag, fill it up and send it in for FREE, and get paid!
2.) Twice - Like ThredUp, Twice also lets you send in your clothes for FREE and pays you and then resells the items on their site. Make sure to check their accepted brands list as they only accept High-end brands like Anthropologie, J.Crew, Michael Kors, Ann Taylor, BCBG etc.
3.) Poshmark – Posh mark lets you list an item for sale in less than 60 seconds with the free iPhone, iPad, or Android app. For all sales under $15, Poshmark takes a flat commission of $2.95. You keep the rest. For all sales over $15, you keep 80% of your sale and Poshmark’s commission is 20%. Once your sale has been delivered and received by your buyer, the earnings from your sale are yours. You can spend your earnings within the app or withdraw your money as cash whenever you like.
4.) Threadflip - Threadflip is a social marketplace for buying, selling, and discovering new, unique, and pre-loved fashion. With a few clicks, users can upload images of pieces straight from their closet, and sell clothing, shoes, bags, and jewelry they no longer wear. It’s FREE to list as many items as you like. Threadflip lets you keep 80% of each sale.
5.) Tradesy - Selling on Tradesy is 100% Free. You can sell as many items as you like and set your own prices. Tradesy takes 9% of each sale — much less than other sites and you can cash out right to Paypal.
6.) Klury: First you complete a quick form and then upload a photo of the stuff that you will sell. After this, Klury will give you an offer. You print a a pre-paid postage label if you decide to accept the offer. Then directly ship your items to Klury. They will first make an inspection and authentication of your merchandise. You will receive either a check or store credit quickly after this.
Have you used any of these sites? Which one is your favorite?