Best clothes selling site

Hi!
Can anyone recommend the best place/site for selling clothes shoes, accessories on?

I have a huge amount to get rid of (years worth of hoarding) & have sold some on Ebay but just received my first months bill which I thought is quite high!

Thank you :)

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  • DCFC79
    DCFC79 Posts: 40,598 Forumite
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    Dont know about specific sites but there's Gumtree and Sphock.
  • Rospar
    Rospar Posts: 1 Newbie
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    How about holding a clothes party at home, do a carboot, fair/fete. My advise stay local, set how much you are prepared to pay for stall. Get someone to help you and have some fun doing it.
    Or try local facebook selling (Never done it, so cant give advise) .

    Good Luck.
  • iarniee
    iarniee Posts: 96 Forumite
    There is depop which you can sell stuff on, mainly good for 'Vintage' stuff though.
  • I sell a lot on Vinted. It's a phone app but easy to list and you pay no fees once you sell.
    You don't receive payment until the item is received and post can be hermes or post office but i have sold well over 100 items and only had one go missing , Vinted then refunded the buyer but also paid me as the buyer pays a fee as buyer protection.
    I list quite cheap but find people will often buy a few items to make a bundle.
    I also sell on shpock but if accepting paypal you are charged their fees on top of the usual so not worth it in my opinion unless you price higher to cover or sell local.
    Facebook local pages also good for quick cash.
    Good luck with selling.
  • soolin
    soolin Posts: 72,199 Ambassador
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    xEmlouisex wrote: »
    I sell a lot on Vinted. It's a phone app but easy to list and you pay no fees once you sell.
    You don't receive payment until the item is received and post can be hermes or post office but i have sold well over 100 items and only had one go missing , Vinted then refunded the buyer but also paid me as the buyer pays a fee as buyer protection.
    I list quite cheap but find people will often buy a few items to make a bundle.
    I also sell on shpock but if accepting paypal you are charged their fees on top of the usual so not worth it in my opinion unless you price higher to cover or sell local.
    Facebook local pages also good for quick cash.
    Good luck with selling.

    Just one tip , on Shpock don't allow them to handle your PayPal payments, do it yourself and you save the 50p handling fee. If someone offers on your item and asks about PayPal just send them your PayPal ID and take payment direct.
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  • hatters14
    hatters14 Posts: 46 Forumite
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    I also have found Ebay/Paypal charges a bit high. Occasionally Ebay send me special offers such as sell items for £1. This is when I tend to put my high value items on their site. Last month I was able to sell a Tiffany bracelet for £210 and I only paid £1 to Ebay. So it may be worth while looking out for those emails and I have also found using Ebay's postal system quite affordable and they track it as well so it is very unlikely to get lost in the post. Good luck!
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