5 apps to sell stuff you don't use and get some cash in hand 5 apps to sell stuff you don't use and get some cash in hand

5 apps to sell stuff you don't use and get some cash in hand

Lately, there's been a growing trend to get rid of the things we rarely ever use, declutter the space we live in and keep only those things that actually mean something to us. But selling things can be time-consuming, so we have created a list of the top 5 apps that will help you with that.

Whether you want to sell things you don't use or you have a collection of items what you once found so dear but not anymore and think that you can get some money out of it, some apps will help you organize and manage the items you sell to make the whole process easy-breezy.

1. Decluttr

Decluttr launched in 2013 and was featured on Good Morning America, The Today Show and Fox News, among others. If you are looking for a place where you can sell unwanted old items, this is the app for you. They accept DVDs, cell phones, books, toys, almost anything.
Make sure the items are in good condition. Payment options are PayPal, direct deposit or a paper check via regular mail.

2. Letgo

It was founded in 2015 and it is worth over a billion dollars. There is a mobile and a desktop platform for you to view and manage your listings. All the product listings are based on location, so all the results are based on proximity.
According to Business Insider, Letgo is usually featured as one of the top 50 free apps, downloaded and used by millions of users.

3. ThredUP

ThredUP is a fashion resale platform, founded in 2009. The platform allows users to buy and sell second-hand clothing online. It is part of a collaborative consumption movement. To start using ThredUP, you need to sign up and order a free close clean-out kit. They will send a bag where you can place old clothes. Once this is received, the payment is made via PayPal, ThredUP shopping credit or VISA prepaid card.
They also offer a payout estimator for you to calculate your potential earnings before they mail you your kit.

4. Poshmark

Launched in 2011, it kept growing throughout the years. There are over five million sellers in the Poshmark community. It allows users to list on the app adult and children´s clothing for free. They also send a prepaid shipping label when you make a sale on the goods you advertised.

5. OfferUp

Launched in 2011, it is known to be the local version of eBay. You can customize your listings, create a watch list, ask for information for sellers and negotiate a price. Actually, buyers and sellers can leave each other feedback on transactions.
 

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