[UPDATE] Click Here To See The Blog Sale
I am considering having a blog sale, but I don’t know if it would be worth the hassle. I never had much success in the past with these things. What are your experiences with blog sales? Have you ever had one? Or have you had any good/bad experiences with one?
Pros of Sale:
- Clear my house of things I don’t use, have never used, will never use, etc.
- Gain some money to buy new things. (Pro or con?!)
- Offer buyers cheap stuff. (Cheap prices, not cheap quality.)
Cons of Sale:
- Shipping. I hate going to the post office, but what I hate most is things getting lost in the mail. For that reason, I will only do shipping with tracking within the US. Sorry international buyers, but you can still buy gift cards.
- Satisfaction. I want to provide the best sales experience possible, but as you can see, I am not a business. I don’t want to see any buyer unhappy and will accept returns, but I can’t cover shipping costs. (See? It’s still the darn shipping.)
- Clothes – Lightly worn clothing such as dresses and blouses will be sold for $2-$10 a piece. Forever 21 dresses will be about $2/each and anything that is as high as $10 will be higher quality dresses, knit sweaters, or some newer clothes.
- Jewelry – I have loads of JewelMint jewelry locked up in my drawer from my JewelMint obsessed phase. I have all the boxes too. Without boxes, I’ll sell them for $5 a piece. (Or cheaper if I like you.)
- Makeup – Some new, unopened things but also some eyeshadows I’ve only swatched or bought to photograph/review. (I think I have some MAC MSF stashed away somewhere too.)
- ModCloth.com Gift Certificates – I have store credit to ModCloth that I won’t be using up. I’m willing to sell gift certificates for up to 20% off. (So you can get $100 gift certificate to ModCloth for $80.) ModCloth will send the gift certificate to you themselves to be on the safe side.
- SigmaBeauty.com Gift Certificates – Same as above.