- Be the first to know!
- Automated Alerts will notify you via email (or text message) if there is a sale or item that matches what you selected
- Set up to ten different alerts, change them when you want and as desired
- Get alerts anywhere from your mobile phone or computer
- Custom alerts are the easiest way to hunt sales in your area.
How and what to look for At Yard Sales...That Sell Well
Find TREASURES to sell on Ebay!
Many of people hunt yard and garage sales, and then sell their finds on Ebay. Save valuable time spent combing through sales and instead, quickly find those that have exactly what you want. Make shopping yard, garage, moving and estate sales much more efficient. Make more money in less time!
Contact sellers directly, even before the sale (if they allowed their contact information to be posted). If they didn't include a phone number, then send them an email, this site enables sellers to post their email or use an internal anonymous email. At the very least, you will still know which sales offer you the most opportunity! Get those great buys!
THE FIRST RULE to posting on Ebay is: "First Come, First Serve"
The first rule is self-explanatory. You must be ready to be up at the crack of dawn to start your hunt. The earlier the better. The best items at yard sales go fast and to the person that gets there first.
Possible yard sale finds could bring you great rewards. Every yard sale should be given a chance NO MATTER what part of town it is in. Rich or poor, the seller may be parting with wonderful auction items at a bargain because they want, or need, the money right away and are not willing to go through the hassle of online auctions. You, the online auction seller, can reap rewards beyond your wildest dreams and make more than what you paid for the item.
You can find treasures at Yard Sales...No need to outgrow that heart pounding, foot tingling, exciting feeling of "GOTCHA!"...Be an Ebay Seller of Vintage Goods! There is nothing more fun, for some, than to find a needle in a haystack, a diamond among the coal, or a Fenton cobalt blue glass slipper at a yard sale.