Wednesday, January 21, 2009

To Ebay or Not to Ebay

Hey Y'all!

I just wanted you all to know that I DID get my closet cleaned out Monday like I had blogged earlier. Big Daddy helped me get 4 (not 3) huge trash bags of clothes only out of there!
Here's my question....

Do I Ebay the clothes or just drop them off at Goodwill?
There are clothes, many clothes, with the tags STILL on them in there. I don't mean Wal-Mart clothes either. Although, I do love me some Wal-Mart Faded Glory $9.96 blue jeans!!
You can really make some good money on Ebay. If you don't believe me, just ask the 3 people I've bought Pink Milk Glass from during the last two weeks! hee hee

Seriously though, it takes so much of my time. I guess I could do it at an undisclosed location while acting like I was doing some undisclosed work related activities, in an undisclosed room, while everyone else at the undisclosed location was trying to appear busy as well on a day when our usual clients are out of the undisclosed location! HAHAHAHA

Or--I could just drop them off at the Goodwill on my way to lunch from the undisclosed location.

Or not!
I'm on my way to teach a piano lesson, then church!

Y'all have a great night tonight!


Ginger said...

My sister had pretty good luck with children's clothes on Ebay!

Rachel said...

I buy children's clothes on eBay all the time and sometimes sell. But I think their fee's are getting too high. But if you wait until they have a sellers special it might not be so bad.

Good luck with the decision. It is always nice to have a little extra cash. Or wait and have a yard sale this late spring/early summer.

Michelle said...

I've eBayed both kids' clothes and adult clothes. I noticed that kids clothes went better when sold in bulk (unless it was some REALLY nice dressy, brand name outfit) and adult clothes went better when sold individually. Go figure. I haven't eBayed anything in a while cause it takes so long to photo it, post it, comment on it, yadda yadda yadda...... The last few times, I've just taken them by our local drop off and chalked them up to someone else's blessing. Lord knows I've needed those more than once.....