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Official 2010 Yard Sale Thread


#1 dodgeme   Shadow the Hedgehog CAGiversary!   2736 Posts   Joined 11.5 Years Ago  

Posted 02 January 2010 - 02:14 AM

Since no one else decided to start this up yet, I figured I'd jump in and do it myself since there is a weekend coming up tomorrow.

Yard Sale Tips:

Yard Sale Guide

Need some help finding sales? Want some advice on how to get the best deals at these sales? Well then, take a look at the Yard Sale Guide on the CAG Wiki for some helpful hints and tips to get yourself started.

Threads of Years Past:
Official 2005 Yard Sale Thread
Official 2006 Yard Sale Thread
Official 2007 Yard Sale Thread
Official 2008 Yard Sale Thread
Official 2009 Yard Sale Thread

Good luck to you all and hopefully we can all haul in some good stuff this year. I can't wait until April or May when they begin to start up around here in Western New York.

Edited by dodgeme, 23 June 2010 - 01:35 AM.


#2 Kuros   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   1473 Posts   Joined 14.6 Years Ago  

Posted 02 January 2010 - 03:39 AM

It's not even the first weekend of '10

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#3 Firearmman   Member 226 CAGiversary!   109 Posts   Joined 15.8 Years Ago  

Posted 02 January 2010 - 04:31 AM

It is snowing like the dickens in Maine, but i can not wait for the first yard sales to start.

#4 allyourblood   America's youth sucks. CAGiversary!   3152 Posts   Joined 13.1 Years Ago  

allyourblood

Posted 02 January 2010 - 06:43 AM

I was just about to create this thread. Oh well!

I think this new year is starting off right. On the way to work this morning, I hit a single sale, but it was worth stopping:

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FC Excite Bike
FC Super Mario Bros. 3
FC Superman
DS Tetris (complete), $4 for all

These were in a box, along with some DVDs; at first, I didn't see them because I took a cursory glance from my car and considered driving on, but thought better of myself and got out. The Famicom games were 50¢ each and Tetris was $3. I asked if they'd take $4 for everything, which they accepted.

#5 Ye0ldmario   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   1778 Posts   Joined 10.1 Years Ago  

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Posted 02 January 2010 - 08:46 PM

We got another 8-10 inches here in mass today still snowing right now too. I'm counting down the days though!

#6 SaraAB   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   5454 Posts   Joined 15.5 Years Ago  

Posted 02 January 2010 - 08:50 PM

Its snowing here right now and its January so its not like there will be any sales for a while, but thanks for starting the thread anyways.

#7 dodgeme   Shadow the Hedgehog CAGiversary!   2736 Posts   Joined 11.5 Years Ago  

Posted 02 January 2010 - 09:11 PM

Snowing here too lol. I'd figure I'd start it anyways. Theirs a few garage sale shops I go to in the winter and some of the auction companys like hosting estate sales so I do get a few sales in the winter.

#8 darkslime   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   2067 Posts   Joined 11.0 Years Ago  

Posted 02 January 2010 - 10:29 PM

only things actually from yard sales are the pokemon figs and vb controller

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All $5:
Deadly Creatures
NCAA Football 09 All Play
Dead Rising
Civilization Revolution
Ghostbusters
Trauma Center
Bionic Commando
Resident Evil 5
Shadow of the Colossus

All $10:
Motorstorm Pacific Rift
Midnight Club LA
Fallout 3
50 Cent BotS
Halo 3 / Fable II combo thing

$20:
soft modded Xbox w/ cables + controller

50 cents each:
5 Pokemon Burger King pokeballs + cards

$2: Virtual Boy controller

$14.99:
PS2 Network adapter

$6.99 each:
Legend of Dragoon
Atlelier Iris
Zelda WInd waker

$12 each:
Clock Tower
Clock Tower II

$2: NCAA Football GC (thought this was the rare one but its actually basketball :(

#9 philinchio   CAG Veteran CAG Veteran   11 Posts   Joined 9.2 Years Ago  

philinchio

Posted 03 January 2010 - 08:43 AM

Greetings from the Last Frontier!! It's not as easy to find great gaming deals up here in Alaska as it is down in the Lower 48 but I'm not giving up yet. In fact, I had some great finds earlier today.

Stopped by an indoor flea market and scored a factory-sealed refurbished PS1 which was marked $30 but my brother and I both paid for it so I only chipped in $20. He got a second controller for $2 with the change left over.

At a thrift store for $2 total:

-All Dogs go to Heaven
-Chip n' Dale's Rescue Rangers

From Play n' Trade for $9 total:

Sega Genesis - all CIB
-The Lion King
-T2: The Arcade Game
-TaleSpin

Rugrats in Paris for the PS came as part of PnT's buy three get one free deal. Got it mostly because of nostalgia factor even though it's more of a little kid's game. I should've chosen something better, but at least it was free.:)

Edited by philinchio, 03 January 2010 - 08:44 AM.
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#10 kube00   Keeping in Cheap since 2005 CAGiversary!   10627 Posts   Joined 12.3 Years Ago  

Posted 03 January 2010 - 08:54 AM

Nice to hear from people up North

#11 GizmoGC   I love Cheese CAGiversary!   12402 Posts   Joined 15.2 Years Ago  

Posted 03 January 2010 - 05:32 PM

Think Im going to do garage sales this year. Finally.

#12 phoenix529   ...for Science. CAGiversary!   1648 Posts   Joined 9.7 Years Ago  

Posted 04 January 2010 - 01:06 AM

Subscribed. Can't wait for another year!

#13 schultzed   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   4932 Posts   Joined 15.0 Years Ago  

Posted 04 January 2010 - 03:51 AM

It didn't make it over 20 degrees today . . . 5 long months before sales get going here in Wisconsin.

#14 Josef   Touched the dead CAGiversary!   12107 Posts   Joined 15.0 Years Ago  

Posted 04 January 2010 - 05:40 PM

Love your pillow darkslime! ;)

#15 playing_poker   Waiting for LU season 2 CAGiversary!   78 Posts   Joined 9.7 Years Ago  

playing_poker

Posted 05 January 2010 - 05:00 AM

we have 2 feet of snow here in Ohio 44139

#16 Doomstink   AUTOBOT Retailer Representative   2955 Posts   Joined 11.4 Years Ago  

Posted 06 January 2010 - 02:45 AM

Love your pillow darkslime! ;)


Looks like it is Winnie the Pooh.

#17 karkyco   $$$ CAGiversary!   6811 Posts   Joined 12.3 Years Ago  

Posted 06 January 2010 - 05:31 AM

we have 2 feet of snow here in Ohio 44139


Yeah, it's been simply deplorable here in the southland. Low 70's since just after Christmas. Still a little bit of snow left in the local mountains from the 2 or so days of showers we've had in the last month though, which was the extent of winter's wrath thus far.

Seriously...winter has entirely forgotten us. It seemed to be here for all of a week in mid December, and now it feels like spring. Plenty of yard sales year round...unfortunately most of them suck!

#18 Vulgarism   A living, breathing piece of defecating meat. CAGiversary!   4110 Posts   Joined 12.4 Years Ago  

Posted 06 January 2010 - 05:35 AM

It didn't make it over 20 degrees today . . . 5 long months before sales get going here in Wisconsin.



I hear ya. Door County rarely has any good yardsales anyways, but hopefully in a few months GB will be bustling.

#19 Kuros   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   1473 Posts   Joined 14.6 Years Ago  

Posted 09 January 2010 - 09:32 PM

I'll endorse this thread.

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Star Castle + $125 in a trade for my Gamecube Kiosk
PS2 Developmental HDD Kit traded for 2 PS2 network adapters.

#20 allyourblood   America's youth sucks. CAGiversary!   3152 Posts   Joined 13.1 Years Ago  

allyourblood

Posted 13 January 2010 - 06:05 AM

Hey Kuros, is that dev HDD of any use with your TEST unit? Or is it just sort of a "fun thing to have"?

Myself, I got some good stuff this past couple of weekends; need to whip together some thumbnails and then I'll post up some stuff.

#21 Kuros   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   1473 Posts   Joined 14.6 Years Ago  

Posted 13 January 2010 - 09:36 PM

Hey Kuros, is that dev HDD of any use with your TEST unit? Or is it just sort of a "fun thing to have"?

Myself, I got some good stuff this past couple of weekends; need to whip together some thumbnails and then I'll post up some stuff.


More of a fun thing to have until I research it.

#22 allyourblood   America's youth sucks. CAGiversary!   3152 Posts   Joined 13.1 Years Ago  

allyourblood

Posted 14 January 2010 - 06:24 PM

That's what I was guessing; I'm the same way.

I probably should've just waited until this coming weekend to post, but then I'll probably have to add more things, so here's stuff from the last few weekends:

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39 Genesis games (all cart only): Madden 95, Madden 98, Shaq-Fu, Triple Play, Ms. Pac-Man, Little Mermaid, Monopoly, Super Street Fighter II: SCE, Sports Talk Football, Super Monaco GP, Batman Forever, Cyborg Justice, Caesar's Palace, California Games, Sonic the Hedgehog (no label), Sonic the Hedgehog NFR, Sonic 2, Sonic 3, Spider-Man, Streets of Rage 2 NFR, Saturday Night Slam Masters, Alien Storm, Earthworm Jim 2, American Gladiators, Strider, Decapattack, PTO, Cyber Ball, NBA Jam, Williams Arcade's Greatest Hits, Super High Impact, College Football's National Championship, Tecmo Super Bowl, Sonic Spinball, Ballz, NBA Live 97 (x2), NHL 96, Sonic & Knuckles (also: N64 Madden 2002, Atari 2600 Circus Atari), all for $10

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N64 Tetrisphere
N64 Super Mario 64
N64 Pokemon Stadium
N64 Pilotwings 64, $6 for all

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PS2 Xenosaga I
PS2 Xenosaga II, $6 for both
PS2 Valkyrie Profile 2, $2
PS2 Final Fantasy XII (missing game disc), FREE

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PSX Vagrant Story
PSX Thousand Arms
PSX Grandia (missing manual)
PSX Spice World, $5 for all

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XBOX Doom 3
XBOX America's Army
XBOX Lord of the Rings
XBOX Splinter Cell
XBOX Halo
360 NCAA 08 Football, all for $5
XBOX 2 Month Live subscription card, $1

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Wii A Boy and His Blob (new & sealed, x2), $20 for both

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GBC Pokemon Gold Version (complete in box)
GB Megaman
GB Megaman IV (a little label curling)
GB Pokemon Blue Version, $12 for all

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Wii Joystick (Nyko), $1
GEN Turbo Touch 360, 25¢

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XBOX 12 Month Live package (new & sealed)
XBOX Star Wars: Battlefront II
XBOX Fatal Frame, $10 for all

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Sony PSP, $6

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GC Metal Arms
GC Game Boy Player disc, $2 for both

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XBOX Fable Strategy Guide (missing manual)
GC Zelda: Ocarina of Time, 50¢ for both

and a couple non-video game related items:

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Roland PAD-5 Handypad, $3
Spyderco Endura (old Clip-It, beat to heck), FREE



The guy I bought the PSP from told me it didn't work, and wanted 10 bucks. I got it down to $6, telling him I just wanted it for parts. I get home, plug it in and sure enough, it doesn't turn on. However, if you've ever let a PSP battery run all the way down, you know that you need to leave it plugged in for several minutes before it'll power up. I did, and *ta-da!*, it came on. Works great, despite being pretty worn all over. Also, that Spongebob UMD is just there to show it works; it didn't come with the PSP.

Also, do you guys get yard sales where people are selling new stuff? I see at least two of those every weekend; most commonly it's people selling cleaning supplies, personal hygiene stuff (toothpaste, deodorant, etc.) and more. The weekend before last, I ran into one where the guy was also selling a bunch of budget/value titles for PS2 and Wii. 99% of it was trash, but those A Boy and His Blobs were in there. He wanted $12 for each game, but I offered 20 bucks for both and he took it. I of course asked if he had anymore but he said that was it. They're not such an amazing find after the price dropped on it recently, but still, hard to beat.

The past couple of weekends were quite warm and really brought out the sales. A lot of the stuff I found was very close to my house, which is really rare; most of the time, I find the good stuff a little farther away.

#23 SaraAB   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   5454 Posts   Joined 15.5 Years Ago  

Posted 14 January 2010 - 09:54 PM

The sales with the new stuff are likely people from slickdeals who overstocked from their slickdealing ways. I wouldn't buy from these people, as it just teaches them to hoard more because they can make a profit off it. I have no problem with selling items on ebay but these people buy up the entire stock of toothpaste at CVS, and I would be pretty pissed if I needed a couple tubes of toothpaste for myself and could get them cheap, and I walked in to learn that some hoarder bought them all up and that it would not be restocked within the sale period.

I am not sure who would want to hoard personal care items either, that's the lowest of the low. You really, really don't need to buy more than you can use. Your taking away from those who need them when you do that. Some personal care items are essentials too, so its not like we are talking about games which are non essential items to life.

Its either that, or the stuff is stolen or expired or just about to expire, if you live in a high crime area, you can probably guess if its stolen or not. I am sure retailers have a pretty strict policy about destroying expired or almost expired personal care products though. There was a house here selling some brand new things, and I know they were stolen.

#24 mistymayem   I like video games. CAGiversary!   928 Posts   Joined 9.7 Years Ago  

Posted 14 January 2010 - 10:37 PM

I don't understand how guys can find so much stuff! The best thing I've ever found is a glacier colored gameboy advance with no battery cover for like $3. Other than that its all complete crap or waaaaaay overpriced. Does anyone have any tips for finding things?

#25 allyourblood   America's youth sucks. CAGiversary!   3152 Posts   Joined 13.1 Years Ago  

allyourblood

Posted 14 January 2010 - 11:29 PM

Its either that, or the stuff is stolen or expired or just about to expire, if you live in a high crime area, you can probably guess if its stolen or not. I am sure retailers have a pretty strict policy about destroying expired or almost expired personal care products though. There was a house here selling some brand new things, and I know they were stolen.


I know they're not slickdealers; that much is certain. I'm thinking the soon-to-expire theory is the most plausible. As for the games, I think this was just one lucky needle-in-a-haystack of crap titles, and the guy was selling overflow from his reselling business. It would make sense that the budget titles were coming from huge lots of expiring products, since places like CVS and Walgreens often sell garbage Wii and PS2 titles.

I don't understand how guys can find so much stuff! The best thing I've ever found is a glacier colored gameboy advance with no battery cover for like $3. Other than that its all complete crap or waaaaaay overpriced. Does anyone have any tips for finding things?


If you'll search the older yard sale threads, you will definitely find a wealth of advice on this same subject, but here's my own thoughts and strategies for successful yard saling:

Persistence, almost saintly patience, and a willingness to uncover every stone are my own keys to success.

Always look slowly and carefully: that box full of old cassettes may be hiding a treasure-trove of NES/SNES cartridges just below the surface. I didn't mention it in my above post because it's come up often enough in the past, but most of the things I purchased could not be seen from the street and probably half of those were in boxes or heaped on a blanket in the yard. Remember that the same people who are willing to sell killer games for a buck or two don't care about them and think they're worthless; they'll be displayed accordingly. Check everything.

Go every day of the week that you can (when there are sales). Don't give up when you don't find anything for weeks in a row -- the one Saturday where you say to yourself, "Screw it, I'm not going out today" is precisely the day someone puts out a Playstation with 6 RPGs for 10 bucks, guaranteed. I know that's sort of a Murphy's Law-type thing, but having a good attitude when you don't find anything is going to help motivate you to try again next weekend. Just playing the odds, if you keep at it long enough, you're bound to find something fantastic before too long.

Hit more sales than you've been. If you've averaged 20 sales in the past, double it; spend a couple extra hours tripling it. Expand your coverage and make a morning/early afternoon of it. Bring snacks and some decent CDs in the car with you when you go, and hopefully bring a friend or sibling along for the ride so you can talk and joke as you scour. I look forward to every weekend; partly for the sales, but mostly because my best friend and I have a really fun time, even when we don't find anything. If you're riding your bike or going it on-foot, I salute you: you're hardcore and the odds are probably against you, but the above tenets still hold true. Pump those legs and don't give up!

Also, to get that price from good to great, do not be afraid to haggle. This is a yard sale after all, not Amazon.com. Be polite but firm, and be prepared to (gently) point out flaws and condition when justifying your asking price.

Aside from all that, you'll find your own rhythm if you keep at it long enough.

#26 mistymayem   I like video games. CAGiversary!   928 Posts   Joined 9.7 Years Ago  

Posted 14 January 2010 - 11:47 PM

I know they're not slickdealers; that much is certain. I'm thinking the soon-to-expire theory is the most plausible. As for the games, I think this was just one lucky needle-in-a-haystack of crap titles, and the guy was selling overflow from his reselling business. It would make sense that the budget titles were coming from huge lots of expiring products, since places like CVS and Walgreens often sell garbage Wii and PS2 titles.



If you'll search the older yard sale threads, you will definitely find a wealth of advice on this same subject, but here's my own thoughts and strategies for successful yard saling:

Persistence, almost saintly patience, and a willingness to uncover every stone are my own keys to success.

Always look slowly and carefully: that box full of old cassettes may be hiding a treasure-trove of NES/SNES cartridges just below the surface. I didn't mention it in my above post because it's come up often enough in the past, but most of the things I purchased could not be seen from the street and probably half of those were in boxes or heaped on a blanket in the yard. Remember that the same people who are willing to sell killer games for a buck or two don't care about them and think they're worthless; they'll be displayed accordingly. Check everything.

Go every day of the week that you can (when there are sales). Don't give up when you don't find anything for weeks in a row -- the one Saturday where you say to yourself, "Screw it, I'm not going out today" is precisely the day someone puts out a Playstation with 6 RPGs for 10 bucks, guaranteed. I know that's sort of a Murphy's Law-type thing, but having a good attitude when you don't find anything is going to help motivate you to try again next weekend. Just playing the odds, if you keep at it long enough, you're bound to find something fantastic before too long.

Hit more sales than you've been. If you've averaged 20 sales in the past, double it; spend a couple extra hours tripling it. Expand your coverage and make a morning/early afternoon of it. Bring snacks and some decent CDs in the car with you when you go, and hopefully bring a friend or sibling along for the ride so you can talk and joke as you scour. I look forward to every weekend; partly for the sales, but mostly because my best friend and I have a really fun time, even when we don't find anything. If you're riding your bike or going it on-foot, I salute you: you're hardcore and the odds are probably against you, but the above tenets still hold true. Pump those legs and don't give up!

Also, to get that price from good to great, do not be afraid to haggle. This is a yard sale after all, not Amazon.com. Be polite but firm, and be prepared to (gently) point out flaws and condition when justifying your asking price.

Aside from all that, you'll find your own rhythm if you keep at it long enough.


Thanks for taking the time to write all that! I think I'm too impatient.... I'll try some of your tips next time I go out! :applause:

#27 SaraAB   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   5454 Posts   Joined 15.5 Years Ago  

Posted 15 January 2010 - 05:33 PM

I know they're not slickdealers; that much is certain. I'm thinking the soon-to-expire theory is the most plausible. As for the games, I think this was just one lucky needle-in-a-haystack of crap titles, and the guy was selling overflow from his reselling business. It would make sense that the budget titles were coming from huge lots of expiring products, since places like CVS and Walgreens often sell garbage Wii and PS2 titles.



If you'll search the older yard sale threads, you will definitely find a wealth of advice on this same subject, but here's my own thoughts and strategies for successful yard saling:

Persistence, almost saintly patience, and a willingness to uncover every stone are my own keys to success.

Always look slowly and carefully: that box full of old cassettes may be hiding a treasure-trove of NES/SNES cartridges just below the surface. I didn't mention it in my above post because it's come up often enough in the past, but most of the things I purchased could not be seen from the street and probably half of those were in boxes or heaped on a blanket in the yard. Remember that the same people who are willing to sell killer games for a buck or two don't care about them and think they're worthless; they'll be displayed accordingly. Check everything.

Go every day of the week that you can (when there are sales). Don't give up when you don't find anything for weeks in a row -- the one Saturday where you say to yourself, "Screw it, I'm not going out today" is precisely the day someone puts out a Playstation with 6 RPGs for 10 bucks, guaranteed. I know that's sort of a Murphy's Law-type thing, but having a good attitude when you don't find anything is going to help motivate you to try again next weekend. Just playing the odds, if you keep at it long enough, you're bound to find something fantastic before too long.

Hit more sales than you've been. If you've averaged 20 sales in the past, double it; spend a couple extra hours tripling it. Expand your coverage and make a morning/early afternoon of it. Bring snacks and some decent CDs in the car with you when you go, and hopefully bring a friend or sibling along for the ride so you can talk and joke as you scour. I look forward to every weekend; partly for the sales, but mostly because my best friend and I have a really fun time, even when we don't find anything. If you're riding your bike or going it on-foot, I salute you: you're hardcore and the odds are probably against you, but the above tenets still hold true. Pump those legs and don't give up!

Also, to get that price from good to great, do not be afraid to haggle. This is a yard sale after all, not Amazon.com. Be polite but firm, and be prepared to (gently) point out flaws and condition when justifying your asking price.

Aside from all that, you'll find your own rhythm if you keep at it long enough.



That would probably conflict with retailers policies of destroying the merchandise, but who knows, maybe some managers allow employees to take it home anyways, or the manager is taking it home themselves. Some retailers do leave perfectly good things outside of the dumpsters as well (such as Aldi's here, where they will often leave out a case of water if its just missing one bottle), so its possible these people are scouring dumpsters looking for things left outside of them and just finding a lot of it.

I thought slickdealers would be the most plausable as I saw an entire thread over there devoted to how to sell personal care products that you overstocked on..

You definitely have to look at the whole sale, and look in those boxes, because its true that you do find things in boxes that are unseen from the top. Video games are small and can get easily buried. Its happened to me many times. It helps to bring another person along who at least roughly knows what you are looking for, because they may spot something that you missed and yes that does happen as well. Don't pass up the things seen from the road either just because you think they are overpriced, I got an NES for a dollar and I could see it as I pulled up to a sale.

Going through baby toys lead to the find of a sega pico for 1$ for me. Might be worth it to look through them. People who have just had a kid will put out video games too because they don't have time to play them anymore.

Unadvertised sales are good! If you see a sign and you can read it easily, stop at the sale its advertising. These sales tend to have cheaper prices because they didn't have to pay for an ad, and thus do not have to recoup the cost of a newspaper ad. Ads are expensive in my area so we have seen a lot of unadvertised sales lately. These sales usually happen in the neighborhood of another sale.

Also look UNDER THE TABLES at church sales and at every sale, I found a whole box of colecovision stuff just sitting under there, the people running it didn't know what it was and I got the whole box for $7. Look in those empty boxes under there, there might be something in them.

If you don't like the price, and you REALLY want the item and the person is unwilling to haggle, you could try coming back at the end of the sale or the next day and try again. People tend to change their attitude when they find out nothing of theirs is selling and they have a whole lawn of stuff they have to pack up and put away especially if its been a slow day. Anyways if you really want it and you don't have to go too far to look at the item its always worth a shot.

A lot of people will also throw stuff out regardless, so if your really desperate it might help to drive down the alley on garbage day, lol. Scouring thrifts and resell shops is good too if you see stuff at sales you want but its overpriced, although it might be more overpriced at the thrift there is a chance you will find the same item that was at the sale for a lower price. For example if you saw clothes for $10 an item at a yard sale which is really overpriced but you still wanted them anyways, and you know you have a clothing resell place/thrift which sells a lot cheaper, you could check that place for the same items and chances are they will have ended up there and they will cost you a lot less money to buy from the place.

#28 Jmclark   This space for rent. CAGiversary!   719 Posts   Joined 10.6 Years Ago  

Posted 15 January 2010 - 08:06 PM

It is snowing like the dickens in Maine, but i can not wait for the first yard sales to start.


Yeah, the thing that sucks about Maine is you have to wait a few more months until yard sales start up.

Really looking forward to going yard saling this summer. This will be my second summer going, but last year I didn't find anything

#29 allyourblood   America's youth sucks. CAGiversary!   3152 Posts   Joined 13.1 Years Ago  

allyourblood

Posted 15 January 2010 - 10:30 PM

I've just received my second PM in as many weeks, from someone asking to buy my items for the prices I have listed. Now that it's happened twice, it almost makes sense: somehow people are interpreting this thread as an "online yard sale", and thinking that I'm selling the things that I've been posting.

I guess from now on I'll have to put a disclaimer in my posts.

#30 Kuros   CAGiversary! CAGiversary!   1473 Posts   Joined 14.6 Years Ago  

Posted 16 January 2010 - 05:20 AM

I just wish I could find someone who would be a navigator for yard sales. I hate having to navigate and drive at the same time.