How to Resell Thrift Store Safari/Photography/Fishing Vest on eBay [Video]


Happy Monday resellers!  I hope you had a great weekend on and off eBay – I certainly did.  All those bids and sales over the weekend never fails to get me excited for another awesome week.

Today, I wanted to share with you a quick video about a great thrift store item that  many people quickly dismiss and overlook, and that’s multi-pocket Safari/Journalist/Fishing vest.

Related:  How to Resell Thrift Store Asics on eBay [Video]

I was certainly one of those people who didn’t think twice about these vest until I realized just how valuable they really were on eBay.  Since then, I’ve always been on the lookout for these items and I HIGHLY recommend you do the same.

In this short video, you’ll discover all the things you need to know about these great items.  Please enjoy and I’ll talk to you soon!


Back to Buy-It-Now With a Bang


Hey resellers, I hope you’re having a great Friday and your pumped and ready for another great weekend on eBay!

No, I haven’t completely switched to using Buy-It-Now (BIN) auctions but after a few weeks of using only auction-style listings I was ready to loosen the reins a little and post several of my items using BIN.

The vast majority of my listings are still using auctions and I have it set up so that I have several auctions ending almost every day which gives me that nice, steady flow of income.

And now, on top of that,  I have a few BIN auction sprinkled around which provides that extra unexpected jolt of sales that’s always nice to get.

So how do I decide which items to auction and which items to BIN?  Great question.  I’m using BIN for those items that I’m pretty familiar with and have a good grasp of their market price, and for me that’s sneakers.

Related: How I turned $14 into $225 with these Sneakers

Several of my Nike’s and Air Jordan’s have been converted from auction to BIN and I’m hoping, with the NCAA March Madness tournament underway, that there’s going to be some excited basketball fans ready to splurge a little on eBay.  (If you check the last item on this post, I think this may have already started).

I’m headed to Savers and possibly The Salvation Army today to stock up for the weekend.  Now that my NCAA brackets are ruined – ok, not ruined but it definitely was NOT  a good start – there’s no reason for me to be glued in front of a television :)

Have a great weekend and I hope your brackets are doing much better than mines, cheers!


Finds of the Week

Victoria’s Secret Hoodie

Victoria Secret Angel Wings

Item Cost:  $6.99

Winning Bid:  $28.49

Nike Air Jordan Force

AJF fire red

Item Cost:  $6.99

Winning Bid:  $37.00

Nike KD V

KD Pine Green

Item Cost:  $8.99

BIN:  $79.99

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Paypal and eBay Separation Anxiety


This has been an interesting week to say the least.  The sales have been brisk and steady but the thing that stood out for me this week has been one teeny – tiny – miniscule transaction that has caused me such huge headaches.

The crazy thing is that it has nothing to do with the buyer (he’s actually a great guy from what I can gather) and it has nothing to do with a return or partial-refund request (thank goodness), but rather it’s because of a miscommunication between Paypal and eBay.

Here’s the item that I sold.  It’s an Apollo 11 Lunar Module Kit.  It’s pretty cool actually.  Someone donated two of these kits in brand-new, sealed condition and I was able to scoop up both of them for $4.99.   I sold this one for $24.99 and the other one for $26.00.

Lunar Module Kit

Related: Board Games and Textbooks I Recently Sold on Amazon

The buyer paid immediately and I got that “Ka-ching” sound that I can’t get enough of.  Pretty standard so far.  However, as I logged in to my Paypal I couldn’t find the payment anywhere in my account.

That’s interesting, never seen that before.

I went back and forth between eBay and Paypal accounts and nothing.  On eBay, it shows that the item was paid for but Paypal says otherwise.  Even though the buyer had great feedback (600+ positive transactions),  I wasn’t about to ship the item without confirmation from Paypal that the funds had arrived.

I hate doing it but I saw no other choice but to call eBay customer service.  I was on hold for 30 minutes only to be told that they didn’t know what was going on either and that this was actually a Paypal situation.

Okay, so I get transferred to Paypal but I couldn’t get a straight answer from them either.  As a matter of fact, I got no answer.  I was told that the buyer had to call because it’s his account that has the issues.

Great, now I have to explain to a buyer that he has to call customer service.  I was a little nervous because you never know how some buyers will react sometimes but luckily he was extremely understanding and, even though he had to endure the “joys” of calling customer service, he was just glad to finally get things straightened out.

It took FOUR days for the payment to finally post to my account and, when it finally did, it showed that they took out almost 50% in fees!  So I call them back AGAIN to see how they got that number and finally, mercifully everything is set and I was able to ship the item yesterday.

I’ve never talked to Paypal and eBay customer service so much in my life!

As you may have heard, Paypal and eBay separated earlier this year and both are now operating as independent companies.

Is this incident a by-product of that separation?  I sure hope not!  Because it definitely a frustrating experience.  We’ll just have to see I guess.  But I’ve already heard from other sellers that similar “miscommunications” have happened to them also.

Hopefully both sides are just going through a weird breakup phase and they’ll get this straightened out soon.   I can’t endure to be put on hold for another 30 minutes!

These Sales Look Promising

With that in the rear view mirror I can finally look forward to several auctions that I’ve been keeping a close eye on.  I have a few that are ending within the next few days that look REALLY promising.  I’m talking 12, 14, 18, 22 watchers so I’m hoping for some nice fireworks when the auction ends.

Wednesday is one of favorite days to go thrifting because it’s slow, which usually means that the stores have time to recover and re-stock.  I got my sights set on Savers in the morning and then Goodwill later on tonight.

Wherever you’re going thrifting, I wish you the best of luck and a jacket rack full of $1000 Canada Goose jackets…authentic ones of course!

Talk to you soon,





Finds of the Week (March 13, 2015)

 Here Comes the Weekend!

Nope I’m not excited about hitting the town or going out for a few drinks.  I’m excited because the weekend (Sunday’s especially) has been an absolute goldmine for me the past few weeks.

Sorry, I saw the word “excited” and the Saved by the Bell fan in me couldn’t resist to put this in here:

Sorry about that….actually, I’m not – that show is still AWESOME!

Anyways, I’ve hit some amazing numbers and I’m hoping to keep the streak going.

I went to Savers and Goodwill  yesterday and I found some amazing items that should get the bids rolling.  There were some great shoes yesterday and I’m particularly excited about the boots.  Why?  Well, let me put it like this:  cashmere is to sweaters what snakeskin is to boots.  Hopefully that makes sense lol.

ShoesI just finished cleaning them so now it’s all about taking pics and actually getting them up on eBay.

By the way,  in my previous posts I wrote that I couldn’t remember who it was that let me know about the Canada Goose brand.  I believe in giving credit where credit is due so I want to take a second to thank Chris for letting us know about that great brand.


Related post I Just Found a $1000 Jacket…Too Bad it’s Fake!

Hopefully we all can find an AUTHENTIC one during our next visit.  If you’re on Twitter be sure to follow Chris (@ChrisLoupos), great guy and very knowledgeable about reselling!

Happy Friday and I hope your smartphones are chiming off the hook with bid notifications and BIN sales!

Talk to you soon,


Finds of the Week

 Vintage University of Hawaii Warriors Jacket

(Okay, I shipped this item to Texas but I’m assuming that person is actually a local because it definitely takes a local person to appreciate the “beauty” of this jacket lol)

Warrios jacket

Item Cost:  $6.99

Winning Bid:  $30.99

Nike Shox Running Shoes

Shox Deliver

Item Cost:  $7.99

Winning Bid:  $33.01

Eddie Bauer Vest

Bauer Vest

Item Cost:  $6.99

Winning Bid:  $52.00

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I Just Found a $1000 Jacket…Too Bad It’s Fake!


I’m sorry to start off the week on such a bad note (especially since I’ve been riding such a nice wave of sales recently) but this incident was something that I’ve been wanting to share for a few days now and no time like the present, right?!

This particular incident has got to be one of the most disappointing things I’ve experienced in my years of reselling thrift store items on eBay.

I recently found a brand where their used items – let me say that again, used items – were selling in the $700, $800, and even $1000 range!

I’ve sold dozens of items for $100-$300  (my highest to date has been in the $400 range) but I’ve never come close to selling a single item within the $1000 mark.

It’s always been a dream of mine to sell a single thrift store item for that amount.  I know several of you have come close and even exceeded that amount already.  To that I say:  Congratulations and I’m so jealous!

It hasn’t happened for me yet but I’m definitely not giving up hope.

So to find this brand at the thrift store and to have that dream dangled right in front of me and then abruptly taken away because it was counterfeit was brutal – definitely a tough pill to swallow.

A Thousand Dollar eBay Brand

The jacket I recently found was made by a company called Canada Goose.

By the way, much thanks to the person on Twitter who told me about Canada Goose.  I can’t remember who I had that conversation with but when  do I will definitely give you some much deserved credit for  letting me know about this awesome brand.

Anyway, here’s the jacket that I found:

Canada Goose

And here’s how much it cost, plus I was able to get 30% off because I had one of their stamp cards filled up:

Canada Goose Price Tag

I nearly flipped when I saw it hanging on the rack and here are some very good reasons why you should be excited also if you ever come across this brand at your thrift stores.

These completed auctions are in USED condition so can you imagine what brand-new items are selling for?!

Canada Goose Auctions

When I found that jacket at Savers, I had this sinking feeling that they would be fake; after all, what would a high-end WINTER coat like this be doing in a place like Hawai’i anyway right?!

But still, the opportunity to make a potential high-ticket sale was worth the $7 risk that I was going to take.

After some research, however, I determined that it was fake.  Bummer, I know.  If you ever come across this brand, here’s some useful information I came across to help you determine if it’s authentic or not:

Should I still Sell It?

Believe me, I’ve wrestled with this question for a few days now and it’s not an easy one.

Well actually, I guess it would be an easy question to answer if the item was an average, everyday brand that you run into like a pair of Gap jeans or Tommy Hilfiger shorts.  Who cares, right?  I’ll probably find another one on the very next aisle.

But this is a really rare brand and I’m not sure if I’ll ever run into another one – real or fake.

Plus it doesn’t help that I see other seller’s auctioning off fake (or what I think are fake based on what I’ve read) jackets similar to the one that I found and still getting $300+ for them!

Canada Goose Counterfeit

Fricken eBay torture!

I was actually emailing back and forth with Michael, a fellow reseller with a questionable pair of Air Jordan’s of his own, and we’re dealing with the same issue right now.

Should we just list it and take a chance?

As tempting as it is to make a quick $300 profit, I’m not going to list this jacket.   I’ll just chalk this up as a learning experience , and a very painful one at that.

So that’s where I’m at currently with this jacket.  I don’t even know what I’m going to do with it, probably donate it back to Savers I guess.  It’s not like I’m gonna use it here, I would look ridiculous!

Still, I’ll always be curious about what would’ve happened if I had listed it anyway.  I wonder how much it would’ve sold for?  Oh well, I’m sure the profits would’ve been nice but, in the end, it’s not worth the risk of selling counterfeits on eBay.

There will ALWAYS be more great stuff to find at the thrift stores so for the sake of those future AUTHENTIC items that I will find, this Canada Goose jacket will remain un-listed.

How about you?  Have you ever found any counterfeit items at your thrift store?  How did you handle it?  Did you try listing it anyway?

Hope you’re having a great week so far and I’ll talk to you soon!


My NEW Single Day Sales Record on eBay


In my previous posts, I mentioned that I was going to share my recent experience with a counterfeit item that, had it been authentic, would’ve been worth up $1000 on eBay.  (Damn, still hurts to talk about it.)

I still plan on sharing that item with you but something happened yesterday that has me really excited and I just couldn’t wait to share it.

Remember about a week ago when I said that $652.69 worth of Paypal payments in one day was an all-time record for me?

Well, I just beat that record yesterday!

RecordYup, I received a total of $723.02 worth of Paypal payments yesterday and I couldn’t be happy about those numbers!

Crazy right?!  I mean, I always knew I would break the record eventually but to do it so quickly is definitely a pleasant surprise.

So how did I achieve those numbers?  Am I doing anything different?

Nope. Not since the last record-breaking day anyway.

I’m using only auction-style listing and I’ve completely abandoned Buy-It-Now (BIN) auctions for the time being – you won’t find a single one of them in any of my eBay stores.

The majority of my auctions start at $24.99 and I let them run for 5- or 7-days.  I’m content to let the buyers decide the value of my items and the results have been pretty amazing so far.

This item was actually pretty interesting.

These jeans sold for $71 yesterday and they were my highest sellers:


I started the auction at $24.99 and it received a total of 28 bids.  Definitely a lot of interest.

The funny thing is that I prior to this auction I listed these jeans for $59.99 BIN and $49.99 BIN and it was crickets.  Nobody wanted them.

Then I list it for $24.99 and then it explodes past my initial $59.99 asking price.  I’m sure there’s some selling psychology behind this and that’s what I’m hoping to tap into by starting my auctions at that price.

All it takes is that one bid and one interested buyer and then all of a sudden other buyers look at the item with envious eyes.  Sounds like an eBay Soap Opera but trust me this is very true lol

So What Now?

The next obvious step of course…time to beat this record!

A $1000 day sounds mighty tempting and I’d love to be able to say that I accomplished that one day.  It’s going to take a lot of items but why not go for it, right?  What else am I going to do?

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Finds of the Week (March 3, 2015)


With no more football on Sunday’s (yes, I’m still mourning) I needed to find another source of entertainment and I think I may have found an even better alternative:  ending my auctions on Sunday!

Kinda geeky I know but I ABSOLUTELY get a kick out of hearing all those chimes and whistles from my iPhone every time a bid comes in.  I don’t have any hard data to support ending your auctions on Sunday night but my experience tells me that it’s THE best time.  Better than Friday night for sure.  Better than Saturday night definitely.

I’ve been following this strategy for the past two Sunday’s and they’ve been well…pretty amazing!

On February 22,  I received $652.69 and this past Sunday, February 29, I received $458.16!

The majority of my auctions started at $24.99 and there were a mix of 5- and 7-day auctions.  Like I said, this strategy is working beautifully at the moment and I know some of you have already tried it and have achieved similar results as well.  *Virtual high five*!

It’s like a game to me right now and I want nothing more than to beat that previous high that I made on February 22.  It’s Tuesday so I can still run a 5-day auction and have it end on Sunday.  I’m hoping that my Goodwill visit today will produce some amazing stuff.  Wish me luck!

On my next post, I’m going to share a recent thrift store find that almost had me in tears when I found out it was counterfeit. Ugh, still hurts a little.

Until then, have a great day and please enjoy some of my latest finds!


Finds of the Week

Adidas Youth Tron Hoodie


Item Cost:  $2.99

Winning Bid:  $31.99


Reebok Youth LA Kings Jersey

Kings Youth

Item Cost:  $2.99

Winning Bid:  $66.00


Marc Jacobs Hoodie

Marc Jacobs

Item Cost:  $6.99

Winning Bid:  $91.00


Nike Jason Williams Sacramento Kings Jersey

(By the way, if you run into one of his jerseys –  regardless of the team – definitely get it!  This guy has a cult following and his jersey’s are worth HUGE money.  Check out another Williams Jersey that I sold.)

Kings Jason Williams

Item Cost:  $6.99

Winning Bid:  $107.01

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How to Resell Thrift Store Asics on Ebay [Video]



I had a great time making this video and I hope you discovered some useful tips to help you make even more money on eBay.

I plan to release more tutorial videos just like this one so if you have any topics you’d like me to discuss or questions that you’d like me to answer, please leave a comment below.  I’d love to hear em!

Thanks again and have an amazing weekend!


I Received $992.42 Worth of eBay Payments Over the Last 2 days – Here’s What I Learned


Best Day EverAs you can imagine, it’s definitely been an exciting time on eBay for me over the past few days.

Ever since the last payment arrived last night I was trying to think back to see if I’d ever had a run like this on eBay and, honestly, I can’t remember a 2-day span quite like this one.

So I’m just going to make it official and say that this is definitely a 2-day record for me and this will the next record that I will work tirelessly to break.  (It’s so tantalizingly close to a $1000 it’s irratating!)

Here’s the daily breakdown of payments received.  Please note that these numbers include shipping cost also so it’s not 100% sales:

February 22:  $652.69

February 23:  $339.73

2-Day total:  $992.42

There’s still some sales that I made on Sunday that I’m waiting to receiving payments for but, still, not a bad amount to be added to your Paypal account right?

ConsistentSeriously, I celebrated for like a few minutes last night and  then my mind was already running and trying to figure out not only how I can break this current record of mine but also how to do it consistently.

Because that’s the key word isn’t it?  Consistency.  It is for me anyway.  These numbers mean nothing if it’s sandwiched between weeks of only $50 worth of sales.

So what did I learn from awesome experience?  Quite a few things actually – both personally and professionally – and now the goal is to try and figure out a way to achieve these results on a consistent (there’s goes that word again) basis.

Lesson #1:  It can be done!

This was probably the most important lesson that I learned.

I mean, I always knew that you could do numbers like this on eBay.  There are literally thousands of sellers who achieve and surpass this on a regular basis.

But for me, it means nothing unless I actually experience it for myself.  So to see these numbers is definitely a confidence builder and, more importantly, I like the feeling of having that amount of sales on eBay.

It’s addicting and I want more!

In fact, all I could think about Sunday night was going out the next morning and finding even more stuff.  Good thing too because I ran into a bunch of great items including these shirts (if you’re not excited by this picture then you definitely need to read My Reseller Guide):


Lesson #2: Auction’s Are Still King (for me)

And it’s not even close at this point.  I received payments for 29 items over that two day stretch and only 3 of them came from Buy-It-Now (BIN)  auctions.

Now, to be fair, the BIN auctions did generate the highest sales over the two days, here’s the pics…

Sperry Boots


Item Cost:  $8.99

BIN:  $49.99

Miu Miu Boots

Miu Miu

Item Cost:  $4.99

Best Offer Accepted:  $55.00

Awesome sales but they can’t compete with the overall sales that I was able to generate using the auction format.

During this 2-day stretch, I started the majority of my auctions for $24.99 and I intentionally let it run for 5 days so that it ends on a Sunday (which is apparently the best time to have you auctions end, if you subscribe to that theory).

That starting price point for auctions has been a favorite of mine for years and it’s been great at getting buyers off the eBay sidelines and onto the bidding field (see that sports metaphor there?! lol).

Seriously, if you haven’t yet, try running what I call an “Auction Flash Sale”.  If you have a bunch of BIN items that you haven’t moved yet or if you have a lot of  BIN items with a lot of watchers, try re-listing them using an auction format with a low starting price.  If you’re items are high-value, this strategy will force the action on buyers and it WILL generate sales!

Plus, it’s tax refund season so buyers will have a little more ammunition in the bank accounts.  What better way to entice them than bidding on an attractively low priced item item?

Tax Refund GuyLesson #3:  Streamline EVERYTHING

You definitely need to have systems in place to handle this amount of activity, and that goes for every single step of the thrift reselling process on eBay.

Here’s the thing:  The faster you can get the item from the thrift store to listed on eBay, the better off you’ll be.  Not only will you generate faster sales but the lost of momentum is huge!  You’ll never be as excited about a thrift store item as the day you find it so use that to your advantage.  Keep thinking about the potential profits and do whatever it takes to get your items listed.

This streamline thing goes for shipping too. On Sunday,  I was out all day so I was forced to pack all my sales at night…all at once!  If this had been a few years ago I would’ve definitely been overwhelmed but it was actually no problem because I’ve  streamlined the shipping process at this point.

I have all the packaging material I need (that includes Flat-Rate boxes and envelopes, packing tape, bags to carry the boxes to the post office, etc..) and I knew exactly where every sale item was.  Next to listing items, the shipping process is the least favorite activity of mine but I forced myself to get better at it and it doesn’t slow me down as much anymore.

Shatter that Ceiling

It’s always fun to look back but honestly I’ve already moved and I’m ready to achieve even better numbers.  I don’t know when but I will.  Like I said, it’s so close to a $1000 that it’s annoying me at this point!

I hope you’re having an amazing week so far and best of luck at the thrift stores!

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Don’t Visit Savers on 50% off Day, Do This Instead!


Happy President’s Day!  I truly hope you’re enjoying this extended 3-day weekend  with your family and friends.

Right now, Savers is having a 50% off sale on their clothing and shoes, and here I am at home writing a blog post.

Why you might ask?

Here’s the truth:  I’m not a fan of these 50% sales.  I know it probably sounds weird coming from a guy that practically lives in a thrift store, but it’s true.

Don’t get me wrong, the 50% off part is awesome – that’s not the problem at all.

It’s just too chaotic out there!  The clothes are all over the place, you can barely find the matching pair of shoes, and the workers (and I don’t blame them) are just “over it” having to deal with all the mess.

If you ask me, I’d rather not deal with all that.  Especially when there’s a better way – another option where you can still get great deals and the best selection, without having to deal with all the madness that comes with a 50% sale.

Attend the Calm Before the Storm

A Savers 50% off promotion is usually open to the public on Monday and available to Club Card Member’s a day earlier on Sunday.

So when is the best time to go?  Sunday, right?!

Nope.  At this point, everyone is practically a Club Card Member so it’s not really an advantage anymore.  You’re still going to deal with all the headaches.

Instead, I’ve discovered that the best time to check out these sales isn’t even during the sale day at all.  Nope.  The best time to go is actually right before it on Saturday night!

Yes, Saturday night!

There’s a three main benefits to shopping the night before a big promotion.

1.  It’s empty.  The thrift store traffic should be low or basically nonexistent at this point.  I mean, who would shop the night before a 50% promo.  Not many people.   Well, except me of course.

This environment allows me to take my time and really dig into all the nooks and crevices of the thrift store.  My mind slows down, I’m relaxed, and the great items seem to find me instead of the other way around.

2.  The inventory is loaded and you get first pick.

With a 50% sale looming the next day, you can be sure that Savers is loaded with inventory by Saturday night!  They don’t want to be caught in a situation where there’s not enough things for people to buy so most of their inventory will already have made their way to the sales floor at this  point.

That means you get the best selection (even before the Sunday morning crowd) plus, because most people will rather shop on Sunday to take advantage of the promo, you’ll have first pick to all the great stuff available!

3.  You can still get a great discount.

But Meinard, what about the 50% off?!  Well, the downside is that you will miss out on that sale.  But at the same time it doesn’t mean that you have to pay full price either.

Savers usually has a ongoing promo that you can still take advantage of.  Right now, they’re making a push for donations so they have a promotion where you can receive a 30% card for every 5 bags of clothes/shoes that you donate.

Obviously, 50% off is better than 30% but overall I think this strategy is better.  To me, having first pick at the best inventory is worth the 20% difference!

Yes, This Strategy Still Works


I actually filled out one of these 30% off cards a few days ago and I used this strategy this past Saturday.  Yes, that’s Valentine’s Day – my fiance was awesome enough to let me visit the store for a few minutes before dinner.  If that’s not love I don’t know what is :)

And lo and behold I found some great stuff.  Here’s just some of the items I found this past weekend.

Vintage hockey Jersey


Adidas Drose Basketball Shoes


Infant Air Jordan’s

(they were the same size so I’m guessing it’s from the same owner)


Imperial purple

The sales floor was bursting with great stuff and this is just some of the items that I found.  The store actually had to set up makeshift racks along the aisle just to accommodate the extra stuff.

And as usual, it was empty in there so it was like I had the whole place to myself.

I’ve been using this strategy for the past year or so with tremendous success, and I HIGHLY recommend it!

Again, there’s nothing wrong with going on the actual sales day.  Just don’t be surprised if you go early on Sunday morning and you have a hard time finding anything thanks to reseller’s like me :)

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