If you’ve been reading our blog for a while, you know that we love to give you tips on how to have the best yard sale and different pricing strategies. However, today we are switching it up a bit and giving a few new tips that you’ve probably never heard before. Thanks to new technologies…Read More
A post by Jess... Bright roadside signs for advertising our garage & yard sale, no date (as in 00/00) so we can use them again and again in the future. Made with 2 green posters & 1 foam board for backing from Dollar Tree, white chalk paint & scrapbook stickers we had at home (until I ran out), pink labeling stickers for balloons, even my bag of red balloons is from the Dollar Tree, and of course 2 sharpie markers. No lost shoppers here! ☺ Thanks for the likes and comments!
Pricing Your Items: 1. When pricing your items, keep two things in mind. 1) Are you looking to get top dollar for your merchandise or 2) Are you looking to just get rid of it? 2. Do your research. Check out eBay & Craigslist to see what like items are selling for. 3. Most yard sellers price their items at 10-20% of what they originally paid for it. 4. Keep math to a minimum. Don’t price items for $.10 or $0.75. Stick with $.50 increments