Saturday, June 8, 2013

Back Selling on Ebay

It used to be that I would sell a lot of stuff on Ebay.   There was a time when I would sell $1000 a month or more in junk.   That was back in the days when I would purchase storage lockers and sell the contents.  I haven't purchased a storage locker in several years and probably will not return to it.  I do however still have some left overs from those days and a few personal items that I need to move.

I need to move them to lighten the load so that I can move on my self.  I think my welcome has worn out here in Vegas.  It is amazing how much crap you can accumulate when your standing still.  The easiest thing to start with is sports cards.  It is amazing how cheap  sport cards have become.  This is probably one of the many downsides to Ebay.  Too many sellers of the same cards all in one place.

My user name on Ebay is 1willwander.  So stop on by and see what's up for sale.


Unknown said...

Hey this is Aaron again. I also have a free auction website called Auction Fire. I hope you don't mind me promoting here, but hell I'd love for you to list your sports cards. I can't promise how fast they will move we obviously don't get as much traffic as eBay but your auctions auto re-list so you don't really have to worry much about it. Just be sure to approve us in your spam filter so you get your bid notification if someone does bite on your auctions. For verification purposes I do require a one penny Paypal charge (and yes I find it ironic and sad that I am forced to use eBay's payment service ... I had Google Checkout and they went and changed the whole platform and screwed everything up...) I should also point out that the verification charge is $3.00 unless you go thru our Facebook page which is located at When you go thru our link at Facebook its only a one penny charge. Thanks man I hope you give us a try let me know if I can be of further assistance.

Unknown said...

One other thing about sports cards, You really don't want to sell online. Buying online is the way to go. Then what you do is set up a booth outside a baseball stadium. I did this one summer in Cincinnati and I made $100 in ten minutes selling an Aaron Harang autograph card and Carson Palmer jersey swatch card. It's an impulse purchase kind of thing. I think I paid $3.00 for those cards online.