Walmart Clearance and Goodwill Finds For Some Easy Money! Retail Arbitrage and Thrifting

Walmart Clearance and Goodwill Finds For Some Easy Money! Retail Arbitrage and Thrifting

I do some retail arbitrage at Walmart and hit a few Goodwill’s. Found some items to make some quick cash on eBay and Amazon FBA.

What tools do I need to sell on Amazon FBA and eBay? Here is what I use for my reselling business below.

https://amzn.to/2LalfeI

I’m Wick and I am a reseller for a living. I find things at garage sales, thrift stores, and even clearance at retail stores to sell. I do online arbitrage, retail arbitrage, and buy locally. While the majority of my business is done through Amazon FBA, I also sell on eBay or anywhere else I can flip the junk that I find.

I also trade stocks and futures, do affiliate marketing, and Merch by Amazon to make money online. My goal is to live a free life away from the typical 9-5 job. Subscribe and join me on my adventures to see what I can find to make some dollars.

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FAQ:

Q: What Apps do you use to sell online (eBay and Amazon)?

A: I search the eBay sold and completed listings to get an idea of what products are selling for. I use the Amazon Seller App to scan for FBA. Seller app — http://amzn.to/2HM1qbM

Q: Can you make a living selling online?

A: Yes, the difficulty is based on how much effort you put in and how much you need to make each month. I do this full time.

Q: Where do you find your clearance products to resell?

A: Literally everywhere. Check end caps and look for clearance aisles, but mostly it will be mixed in. Ask a manager if there’s any good clearance deals and build a relationship if possible.

Q: Do you make a full-time living selling online?

A: I do. All my bills are covered, I’m able to save a good amount, and put money back into the business. I also do other things to make money, but reselling is the meat. It takes a lot of work and dedication to make a full-time living reselling.

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10 Comments

  1. KevoniWM on October 27, 2021 at 6:45 pm

    Wow 20 items, did you ever do a step by step video on how you take pics and post them on eBay



  2. Dan 255 on October 27, 2021 at 6:55 pm

    Oh man that Sony stereo brings some bad memories, about two weeks ago I passed a Sony micro stereo, one of those higher end ones with a dvd audio player, really nice condition, no remote for $20, I could not find any comps on it and to add even greater insult, a new, open box (Everything still sealed inside) brother electronic typewriter that recently sold on ebay for around 320 (New, open box) and which had about the same amount of sold listings as active ones (Which is a really good sign) that was a 10. I don’t remember what happened that day, why I left those items or if even my brain was conscious that day, I do remember skimping out on my coffee which might had something to do with it, I suffer from bad case of FOMO as much as you and it still hurts today.



  3. Im Brad on October 27, 2021 at 7:01 pm

    I think it was John, the Cincinnati Picker, talking about the one piece racquets.



  4. death piles on October 27, 2021 at 7:03 pm

    I love selling racquets! TFS!



  5. Man Mountain Metals on October 27, 2021 at 7:06 pm

    From my limited understanding that 1st one is a tennis racket not a Racquetball racket. Racquetball rackets are all head & handle it doesn’t have that neck between the handle & head like a tennis racket.



  6. vinylsoup on October 27, 2021 at 7:16 pm

    Goodwill has gotten where they kind of suck, trying to sell that broken down electronics crap for like 50 – 200 bucks. Ridiculous, you have know way knowing if it even works…



  7. Jason Starnes on October 27, 2021 at 7:19 pm

    Don’t knock selling the merch, you have 12k subs! Enjoy the content you put out!



  8. ZefTillDeath on October 27, 2021 at 7:20 pm

    Yes, the racket tip was from Cincinnati Picker, I just watched that one the other day. I love selling and shipping rackets and bats. I just bubble wrap them and tape two large poly bags on each end. Rackets can often go first class that way. Also holy sh*t your Goodwills have lost their minds with those prices on the electronics. They will just end up at the Outlet for under $1 soon.



  9. Dam-Ian P on October 27, 2021 at 7:31 pm

    I don’t see a sales history on that stereo unit but $150 is nuts. A quick Google search turned up a bunch of posts with people having problems with it. The price of most electronics at the Goodwill stores has become laughable especially given that most need an overhaul. I spent a bunch of time yesterday pre-packing larger items in the 10 lbs range to make sure I am quoting proper shipping rates. A tedious process but I’m glad I did. I don’t think most of the competition is as their quotes are well under the going rates even with a shipping discount.



  10. Sam Wilson on October 27, 2021 at 7:40 pm

    oh man I had that Panasonic unit on the cart, I bought it in 2004 for $250 (I think) so not worth it now