You've heard the saying, "One man's trash is another man's treasure". It's so true with Ebay. To date, these are some of the things I've sold on Ebay:
1. Sonic Toothbrush - original value $119, sat in my bathroom for 8 years unused. Sold for $15.
2. Apple iPod Touch 4th generation - sat in a box unused for 2 years because the camera and sound didn't work. I was very clear in my description of what worked and because it's very old, I even listed out all the apps that would work. I sold it for $10.00 in one day.
3. MobiGo 2 Games - two games, sold together for $3.75. I tried going higher, selling separate but when I dropped to this price and put a Buy Now price it sold in a day.
4. MogiGo 2 game consoles - once I found our kids preferred playing with iPhones based on all the free game apps, I decided to sell these on ebay. They each sold for $35 and 25 last year.
5. iPhone 4's - we've sold 2-3 of these after the kids moved onto iPhone 5's.
6. iPod 5's - we sold these 2-3 months after buying them on Ebay because they didn't work with Pokemon Go, apparently iPods don't have the built in GPS needed for that name so we basically resold them for what we had bought them for.
7. Crock Pot - this was my first item ever to sell on Ebay, but I didn't pack it correctly and had to return the buyers money when one of the handles broke in transit. I was very sad about that but it was a lesson learned.
8. Plexus Slim - I got tired of the drink and mad that I had paid so much for it and decided to resell the remaining packets in groups of 10. Sold in less than a week.
9. Rodan and Fields - I got tired of using the expensive creams and decided to sell my remaining unopened items and got most of my money back on them.
10. Unit that calculates gas to mileage usage - I was never able to use it because it didn't work with our vehicles and the model was no longer being produced so I was thrilled to re-sell this for about what I had paid for it! It just shows that it doesn't hurt to put something out there to see if someone else is willing to pay for it.
* Prep your items on Friday because people seem to really like shopping on Saturday
* Forget the auction unless you have an item people WILL fight over, people want there stuff NOW so choose the BUY NOW option and sometimes, even select the box that lets them name a price, you don't have to accept it, but it allows your or the buyer to have choices. Maybe my item isn't moving and finally one person wants to buy it for a few dollars less, who cares, it's money in my pocket so I say yes.
* Be ready to ship your items they day they are bought, have them packed but don't close the package because you need to add a packing slip
* Weigh your item before selecting shipping, anything under 1 pound will cost a certain level but if more then you really want to get the weight accurate because the cost of shipping goes up and Ebay does an estimate for you so you don't want to get this wrong. I use a kitchen scale.
* Electronics are the easiest to sell on ebay, I tell my friends, don't leave old iPhones in a drawer to collect dust, just because you can't use it doesn't mean someone else out there will not want it. Get the phone officially unlocked through the phone service you've had on it and sell it! It's so easy to do a search on what other models are selling and then price yours accordingly.