While being stuck with product that isn’t selling is not a great way to make money, being stuck with cash is almost just as bad. With that said within 24 hours of making my last sale I worked my way into a deal for some more product.
For a cool $100 I was able to pick up a Super Nintendo console along with 4 games: Super Mario World, Super Mario All Stars, Super Mario Go Kart and Ken Griffey Jr. Baseball. I am hoping within a week or two to be able to come pretty close to doubling my money on this deal!
Starting out I have the Super Nintendo console with just Super Mario World listed for $100. I plan to keep the other games not listed until the console sells to prevent people from trying to bundle up and lower my potential profit.
Every once and and awhile you’re in the right spot at the right time and walk your way into some free items you can in turn sell. Today was one of those days. I managed to score an entire garbage bag full of hats for free.
Don’t get too excited here, I have gone through the hats and the vast majority of them are garbage- weird old local business type hats that not a soul would wear. But I did find probably a dozen that I think I should be about to get a few dollars out of, time will tell I guess!
Easy come, easy go as they say- two days ago I started the Flipping Million challenge with $0.00 and a few things around the house I wanted to get rid of and then a challenge was born. I wanted to turn my unwanted items into $1,000,000 in real money by repeatedly flipping items.
So far I sold a deep fryer we did not want anymore for $50.00 and also a mini fridge that I did not want anymore also for $50.00. Giving me a total of $100.00 to start my hunt for items to flip.
Eager to get things rolling I did a good scour of some local used good websites and came across a fresh ad for some weights. The asking price was $200 however and I only had $100 to work with… hmmm.
I took a few back and forth emails but I managed to sell the seller on giving some thought to whether he wanted $100 in pocket today along with some freed up space, $150 in his pocket in a week or two when he accepted the best offer, or $200 (his full asking price) possibly months down the road.
After a couple hours he accepted my offer of $100 today, so now I have my work cut out for me cleaning all these weights up and getting them resisted in smaller lots! Here’s hoping for a nice quick turn over of the whole lot so I can get back on the hunt for more items to flip!