Just thought I’d share a few treasures I picked up from my last bargain hunting adventure…
Lip-shaped sunglasses, $0.25
Cowboy hat, $1.00
Turquoise chandelier earrings, $0.25 each
Unicorn Mirror, $5.00
5 QUICK TIPS
-Look in your local Penny Saver or on Craigslist for local neighborhood sales, so you don’t waste time driving all over town. Real estate agents often sponsor these in a certain area in order to get their name out and promote themselves.
–Don’t be afraid to bargain. If someone really wants to get rid of their old stuff, most likely they will go down in price so they don’t end up stuck with it.
–Wake up early! If you sleep in too late you might miss out on a great deal.
-If you are planning to resell on eBay, do your research. Have an idea of a few specific items to look for that you know you can make a profit on.
-I’ve been noticing a lot of people putting out boxes of free things lately, so be sure to check it out if you see one.
Here are a few things I picked up last Saturday when I went to a neighborhood yard sale. And the best part is I spend less than $15!