What sells the best on eBay?
challenging task. look with google and yahoo. it can help!
by rachel - 8 hours ago
On ebay, latest model iPhones (4 through to 5 ) sell like wildfire, and at good prices too. Apple products in general sell very well, providing there is no damage. Blackberrys, not so much. You can get a blackberry for around £20, but alot of them don't even sell! General designer gear really. Not so much second hand clothes, there are too many items of clothing on ebay already so nothing really sells. Designer earrings and bags are good sellers. limited edition items. Nike blazers/airs and especially liberty London air max, they go for £300-£500. Furniture too!
by Kristen - 8 hours ago
Video Games/Consoles which you are able to test and vouche that they are in working order. TI-83 Calculators. Some other misc electronics. I've never had any luck trying to sell clothes, stuffed animals, or pocket knifes, or anything among that nature. I tend to stick to electronics when I sell things. N64 games sell really well in my opinion. I just tend to keep most of those ><
by Daniel - 8 hours ago
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