Do you want to know the best online consignment shops? Read on to find out where to sell your clothes.
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Truly, as far as online consignment shops go, if you want to get your listings up and available in a few minutes, then the Poshmark app is a good choice. First, you download the app, fill out a username, email and password, then snap photos of your items price them and you are ready to go. If you use this method you’ll need to be active socially on the site. Moreover, the more active you are the quicker your items sell. For example, activity is liking other sellers clothing and accessories and sharing your own. Specifically, the site says that social engagement drives 90 percent of its sales.
If you sell items for under $15, Poshmark takes $2.95 per sale. If your items are priced over $15, Poshmark takes 20% of the sales.
Some tips. First, you need to be social. Second, certain brands like Brandy Melville, Free People, Urban Outfitters, and Nike sell well. Third, if you want to move the item, you need to price it competitively. Also, good to know, the buyer has to pay the shipping, so, you need to remember they are adding that to their purchase.
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If you have luxury items to sell then The RealReal is your online consignment shop. First, there are three ways to get your goods to them. One, they can send you a pre-paid shipping label and mailer to pack your items up. Two, if you have 10 or more items and live in a qualifying city, they will pick your stuff up. Third, you can drop-off in a few states. Moreover, they accept designer women’s, men’s and kids. Also, you can see the full list of brands here.
It takes about 10 to 15 days to list your items. As for that commission, you receive 55% of the selling price for items under $1,500.
With Tradesy you set up your own listings and set a price, then, they will send a prepaid shipping box to send your goods in when sold. Tradesy takes around 18% commission and you can cash out with PayPal, debit card or bank account. It’s easy to get started and your items online.
The ThredUP online consignment store is one of the biggest. Plus, you order a clear out bag from their website to send you stuff in. Indeed, the items sell fast, and there is no social aspect. However, currently, there is a wait to even get a clean out bag. And you really don’t get that much for your items. Finally, you also have the choice of cash back or Thredup credit.
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