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    Hi all,

    I have finally come to the conclusion that I need to sell a couple of baby items that I won't use again - namely bassinet and pram. Just wondering if anyone could give me tips on the best way to sell it? I don't have any friends who are trying/having their first baby so can't pass it on to anyone. Just wondering what has been the most successful method - gumtree, garage sale, paper - any others suggestions would be great.

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    Try to find a local baby buy sell Facebook page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Try to find a local baby buy sell Facebook page.
    This.

    I have sold so much through facebook.

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    Have a look at baby & kids market website. They have one in each state. I booked a stall for about $65 and made around $600.

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    Btw I liked the market because even though I spent a bit of time beforehand pricing items & cleaning them up, you clear out a heap of stuff at once.

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    i use either gumtree or ebay

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    Local facebook groups are the most common way I've seen

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    If you're in Melbourne and feeling like donating the goods there's an organization that gives pre-loved cots, prams and baby gear to babies in need. They're called St Kilda Mums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonpancakes View Post
    If you're in Melbourne and feeling like donating the goods there's an organization that gives pre-loved cots, prams and baby gear to babies in need. They're called St Kilda Mums.
    is there anywhere in brisbane like that?

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    eBay, gumtree, trash and treasure stalls


 

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