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Today’s listings – September 29th

Whew! I feel like I got through a lot today (even though there is still a TON of stuff down there to list). I’ve gotten into a good groove and have been able to process everything pretty quickly but I eventually reach my limit of sitting and staring at a computer screen. I started at 9am this morning, took about an hour off for lunch and to watch an episode of Sex in the City (because otherwise what is the point of working from home, right?), and finished up about an hour after lunch. My goal was to keep listing until I had enough going out tomorrow to give me at least $4000 in profit for the week. I hit that and a little over ($4329.06 to be exact) so I am happy with that and will be getting it all boxed and picked up tomorrow afternoon. And I’m even happier that they only split me between four shipments which will definitely make my day tomorrow a little easier!

Anyway, back to today. I worked through a lot and everything you see in the picture above is what I either finally found on Amazon or (as is mostly the case) created a new listing for myself. I even made good use of my new photo backdrop and took pictures as needed.

Here is the lowdown on what I listed:

The 1990’s Gargoyle lunchbox – paid $1.99 and listed for $45.

Puzzles! – I listed 5 of them for which I paid $1.99 each. They listed for: $45, $14.99, $17.29, $27, and $45.

The 3D cardboard Christmas Village – paid $4.99 and listed for $45.

The Pyrex Skeleton Key Pitchers – paid $3.99 for each of them and listed for $55 each.

The Heartland Valley Village houses – I paid $4.99 for one, $3.99 for two of them, and $5.99 for one. They each listed at $55.

The Pumpkin Doll – paid $3.49 and listed for $35.

The Bucilla French Harvest Crewel Kit – paid $1.99 and listed for $45.

The Speaker Starz Build a Bear – paid $3.99 and listed for $75.

The Grimace ornament from 1983 – paid 50 cents and listed for $35.

The Hello Kitty Backpack – paid $1.99 and listed for $55.

The Christmas Tweety Bird – paid $1.99 and listed for $55.

The Dunkin cups – paid $1.99 for one and listed for $35 and $2.99 for the other and listed for $45.

The Crayola Ballerina Bear – paid $1.99 and listed for $55.

The Hallmark Ghost – paid 99 cents and listed for $35.

The Daphne golf club cover – paid $2.99 and listed for $25.

The Large pooh bear – paid $2.99 and listed for $55.

The Cardis Bros plush – paid $1.99 and listed for $35.

The Mickey and Minnie Pot holder – paid 50 cents and listed for $35.

The Barney Baseball puzzle – paid 49 cents and listed for $35.

The Cat’s Meow Weston Village Store – paid $2.99 and listed for $35.

The Williams-Sonoma Pepperment Patty Ornament Sets – I picked up three of these at $2.99 each and listed for $35 each.

The Alpina Ski Goggles – I never heard of these and picked up on a whim but I’ll be looking out for them from now on. I paid $4.99 and listed way under what they seem to go for new at $199.99.

The KitchenAid Flower Molds – paid $7.99 and listed for $45.

The Harry Potter Mug – paid $2.99 and listed for $45.

The Bud frog pilsners – paid $2.99 for both and listed for $35 each.

The Troll dolls – I picked up all 5 for $2.99 and listed for $35 each.

The Precious Moments Doll – paid $1.99 and listed for $45.

The Vintage 1978 Effanbee Alice in Wonderland – paid $1.99 and listed for $75.

The Jumbo Patches Plush – paid $4.99 and listed for $75.

The Betty Boop with moon – paid $1.99 and listed for $55.

The Sheffield Strawberries and Cream casserole – paid $4.99 and listed for $55.

The Corningware Spice of Life 1 quart casserole – paid $2.99 and listed for $35.

The Annalee Duck with the raincoat – paid $1.99 and listed for $45.

The bottom line:

Total items listed: 51

Total buy cost: $140.08

Total sales value: $2328.24

Total net profit: $1656.24

A good day, indeed! Now, I’m off to take my pup for a walk and enjoy a little downtime before the bus brings the kids back in about an hour and a half. Have a great night!

Stacy 🙂

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