Flippin’ Friday-#95

Welcome back to Flippin’ Friday!  Hope you are finding some great things in your adventures! And this is the place to find out what people are buying…and selling.

Last week, we had  a great flip involving Craigslist and a 22″ Vizio high-definition TV/monitor.  Great use of Craigslist!

If you have a great flip you’d like to share, just write it in the comments section below! We love reading them! Just be sure to include your item, what you paid, and what it sold for in the end.

Looking for more great flips? Check out some more great Flippin’ Fridays here and all the great things to look for under “The List” at the top.  And I always keep my list too at the top under “Flips”!

Have a great weekend and happy hunting!

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2 Responses to Flippin’ Friday-#95

  1. Deeda In Seattle says:

    Unusual or Rare Plush have been HOT! Large Folkmanis Brand Wooly Mammoth puppet, $26 (paid $1), 11″ Large Pokemon Buizel Plush Toy $60 ($2), Large 13″ Pokemon Lucario $66 ($2)–these were both Rare Japanese Imports–my teen daughters can tell me all the names and which are especially popular–a huge bonus! Two Martha Stewart Kids magazines from 2002 & 2003 $14($1)–I can’t help but think of all the ones I used to own before I recycled them years ago, before I started reselling…
    A NWOT Nike Crossbody Organizer Travel Wallet $17 ($2), a Lucky Brand small Patchwork Corduroy Purse $17 (.50)–to Finland, a 1956 Escoffier Hardback Cookbook $23 ($1), and of course: A Remington Tight Curls Hot Roller Set $70 (paid $8). All with free shipping, except the purse to Finland!

  2. Susan says:

    Haven’t had a nibble on the pool cuesticks yet, but I did sell an out-of-print copy of “Secrets of the Gnomes” ($3) for $34.99 on Amazon.com. I’ve also been selling some sewing patterns here and there on Etsy, and I would love to know how our hostess here prices hers – she gets a LOT more for hers than I do for mine!

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