Yes! I have at least one yearly and am always amazed at how much I can make. I rarely have furniture or any big items, and yet still make around $100. When you get some time, check out my hub on how I sell everything at my yard sales. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
It all depends on what you have to sell, and how much time you can commit. If you are only going to be selling small items like clothing, it may be more beneficial just to donate the items to a charity and write off the value on your taxes. The clothing is probably worth more than the couple bucks a piece you'd get in your tag sale.
yard sales are awesome you can make some nice coin and meet some cool people
by CraftingTime 5 years ago
What are some items that you would not purchase from a thrift store or yard sale?
by Virginia Allain 3 years ago
Summertime is yard sale time. What are your tips for getting the best buys at a yard sale?I love shopping at garage sales and yard sales and flea markets, but want to make the most of my money and get good buys.
by Brittany Kennedy 6 years ago
How do you have a garage/yard sale if you don't have a garage/yard?I live in an apartment, am moving, and don't have a place to hold a garage sale. Is it illegal to do it at a park?
by Shannon 9 years ago
Is it true that I must first get a "PERMIT" before I have a YARD SALE???
by L.A. Walsh 8 years ago
How to have a successful yard sale
by Cherie 5 years ago
What are the things you find valuable when you go to yard sale?how do you find yourself going there? Is it helpful, fun, and wise to spend money and time?
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