10 Things I Thrifted & Then Sold on Facebook Marketplace

I love sharing ways to create a side hustle to create extra income for people. One thing that has a lot of interest right now…

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I love sharing ways to create a side hustle to create extra income for people. One thing that has a lot of interest right now is when I share selling on Facebook marketplace. And what sells best on Facebook marketplace is the top question I get when I bring up this topic & I’ve figured it out through trial and error. At the moment, Facebook marketplace has no fees for shipped items until the end of the year & never fees for selling locally. 

Here are some items that I’ve thrifted locally (with the exception of the faux plants) & flipped quickly on Facebook marketplace. 

Raw Edge Wood Tray
Bought at a thrift store for $3 | Sold on Facebook Marketplace for $35
Local facebook marketplace pickup

Faux Rattan Mirror
Bought at a thrift store for $7 | Sold on Facebook Marketplace for $60
Local facebook marketplace pickup

Faux House Plants
Free – found on trash day | Sold on Facebook Marketplace for $10/each
Local facebook marketplace pickup

 

Heavy Small Planter
Bought at a thrift store for $4 | Sold on Facebook Marketplace for $20
Local pickup

Boho Magazine Rack
Bought at a thrift store for $5 | Sold on Facebook Marketplace for $25
Local pickup 

Set of 3 Wall Baskets
Bought at a thrift store for $3 | Sold on Facebook Marketplace for $15
Shipped though FB marketplace, buyer pays shipping

Small Brass Pot
Bought at a thrift store for $3 | Sold on Facebook Marketplace for $15
Shipped though FB marketplace, buyer pays shipping

Set of 3 Green Glass Bottles
Bought at a thrift store for $6 | Sold on Facebook Marketplace for $30
Shipped though FB marketplace, buyer pays shipping

American Girl Dolls
Bought at a thrift store for $3/each | Sold on Facebook Marketplace for $25 & $30 
Damage on both dolls – Shipped though FB marketplace, buyer pays shipping

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