You know the golden rule of decluttering: If you haven’t worn or used it in a full year, it’s time to let go.
Of course, selling isn’t always that easy. There are items around your house that have sentimental value, but there also are things that were such a splurge, you can’t stand the thought of throwing away money. So don’t.
Many retailers will buy used items from you, allowing you to recoup some of their cost.
The following buyers will give you cash or store credit for your clutter — from jackets and golf clubs to books and electronics. Whether your clutter fills a large room or a small shelf, there’s likely a product buy-back solution for you. (But if you don’t see one below, try “9 Retailers That Will Reward You for Recycling.”)
Many see Amazon as the best place to sell stuff online. Categories that are eligible for the Amazon Trade-In program include:
- Amazon devices
- Streaming media players
- Home security devices
- Wireless routers
Visit the Amazon Trade-In program webpage and click on the type of item you want to trade in to find out how much Amazon would give you for it.
If you proceed with the trade-in, Amazon will pay you via an Amazon gift card. In some cases, you will receive instant payment. In other cases, Amazon will give you the gift card after it receives and appraises your item.
Unless you live near an Amazon store that accepts trade-ins, you will have to package up and ship your items to Amazon to trade them in, but there are no fees. Amazon will give you a prepaid shipping label.
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