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    Hi All

    I'm about to embark on selling excess clothes from DS and DD on eBay and I'm wondering the best way to do it.

    Do I sell individual pieces or put together outfits or bundle a few pieces together in sizes?

    How do you like to buy items?

    How have you had success in selling items?

    Thanks in Advance!

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    Gum tree you don't have to pay fees. And it's more local

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    Agree, use gumtree instead. Bundle them in size and season and put on gumtree. There is also heaps of buy, swap sell pages on fb.

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    If you are on Facebook use your local buy swap sell page. Much less hassle and you don't have to worry about postage. I've recently sold my kids old clothes and I just bundled them into size/season/gender.
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    I Thanks for your replies.

    I don't mind gumtree but I find I end up waiting for people to arrive (if at all) so was leaning towards eBay.

    I haven't sold baby stuff on gumtree before so maybe it will be better than when I've sold furniture.

    I'll give it a go!

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    I'd only use ebay if you're selling bulk lots of brand names that hold their value second hand, and will have lots of people competing to buy. There aren't a lot of brands that do this... you can check the auctions that are ending soon and see what they're on.

    Otherwise...gumtree or local pages, bundled in size.E

    ETA: reason being, fees and postage will take most of what you get.

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    I've found that it's near on impossible to sell a lot of baby stuff on bss sites in my area. I find you need to constantly bump albums and pics and then people want it for nothing (eg even if you put $5 on something someone will always try to knock you down to $2.50). I really struggle with selling stuff and am thinking of just donating to charity.

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    How about a seconds baby store?

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    I personally use eBay for clothing and Gumtree for larger items. Rather than bulk lots I sell a few choice pieces together like an outfit or 2 hooded jackets etc and charge $8.25 for postage. If its not a good brand name I don't usually bother and just donate to a friend / family or charity. One item you can sometimes get away with posting in an envelope for around $3 like 1 T-shirt or something.

    Baby brands that I find sell well are pumpkin patch, sprout, jack & Millie, Bonds, Esprit and country road

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