1. Quick Summary
  2. Mercari
  3. DeCluttr
  4. Nextdoor
  5. thredUP
  6. Craigslist
  7. Facebook Marketplace
  8. Poshmark
  9. Vestiaire Collective
  10. OfferUp
  11. Reverb
  12. Depop
  13. TikTok
  14. Bonanza
  15. Goimagine
  16. CardCash
  17. VarageSale
  18. Instagram
  19. Chairish
  20. Vinted
  21. TheRealReal
  22. Kidizen
  23. Swappa
  24. Cash4Books
  25. Gameflip
  26. Vendoo
  27. LetGo
  28. Conclusion

Everyone’s always looking to make a few extra bucks. If you’ve just cleaned out your closet, or you have a hobby that creates cool stuff, consider putting it up for sale. We’re going to give you 26 apps where you can sell your slightly worn clothes or handmade items.

Before choosing an app, make sure to compare selling fees to maximize your profits.


1. Mercari


Mercari encourages you to sell stuff online such as toys, electronics, handbags, vintage, handmade goods, etc. Just upload photos, write a description and set your price. Mercari charges a final value fee, which is a percentage of the final sale price. Once the customer receives the goods and pays, Mercari pays you within five business days by direct deposit. It costs two dollars for anything you sell under five dollars.

2. DeCluttr


DeCluttr is a place to sell your used electronics online. You can sell or trade anything from iPhones to video game consoles. DeCluttr sends you a free shipping label. You ship your box for free. Once they receive the item, they propose a price. If you accept, you get paid through direct deposit or PayPal. If you decline, they ship the item back to you for free.

3. Nextdoor


Nextdoor provides multiple ways to connect with your neighbors. You can sell stuff locally, read local news and find businesses. You can also sell homemade goods, handmade and vintage items, list your property, or offer paid services like dog walking.

4. thredUP


thredUP encourages selling used items online to promote sustainability. You can sell women’s and children’s clothes. When you use thredUP’s Clean Out service, you receive a bag for $2.99 that covers shipping. thredUP charges a listing fee for each item posted for sale.

5. Craigslist


Craigslist will let you sell anything. You can use for local sales, too. Just choose your city, add clear images, write a description and include a price. You can manage multiple accounts on your phone. Except for commercial real estate and vehicles, it's free to list. The biggest benefit is that you can sell it no matter how big or small.

6. Facebook Marketplace

6)Facebook Marketplace

Facebook Marketplace is a great way to sell stuff online. Almost anything can be listed. Some items include clothing, toys, furniture, electronics, etc. There are no fees if you sell an item locally and collect the money.

It is ideal for connecting with local buyers, making it convenient to sell items within your specific geographic area. You do also have an option to ship your items and you can decide if you want to pay shipping fees or if the buyer pays.

7. Poshmark


Poshmark is famous for selling trending home decor, fashion and beauty products. You just have to take a photo of your gently used item, upload it to Poshmark and share your network. Poshmark will send you a printable shipping label. They charge a $2.95 fee for any sale under five dollars.

8. Vestiaire Collective

Vestiaire Collective

Vestiaire Collective is for pre-loved luxury items—list designer handbags, clothing accessories, etc. Vestiaire Collective provides you with a prepaid label to ship your item. They inspect and approve your item, package it up and ship it. Vestaire Collective pays you the next working day after the item is shipped.

9. OfferUp


OfferUp is for those who want to sell their items locally. It is designed to help users sell items locally, providing convenience and quick transactions. You can sell clothing, art and electronics. There are a certain number of free listings monthly, and interested buyers can make an offer. The free listing is tiered according to what you sell. If you sell a car, you’ll receive a free listing. But if you sell jewelry, you receive up to 25 free listings.

10. Reverb


Reverb is where you can sell music gear. From guitars to drums, you can sell any type. There’s no fee for creating or removing a listing, but Reverb charges a five percent fee on every item sold. They also charge a payment processing fee when someone buys. Reverb's selling fees include a percentage-based fee and a payment processing fee, making it important to consider these costs when comparing different selling apps and marketplaces.

11. Depop


Depop is for those who have used clothes or accessories. It is a popular platform for selling stuff online, especially used clothes and accessories. Its layout is like Instagram and is easy to use. Depop has a strong emphasis on visuals. It also has a social and interactive culture. Buyers can like your items, and sellers can offer discounted prices to them. But there is a lot of competition on Depop.

12. TikTok

TikTok Shop

TikTok Shop lets you set up an account and post items. It is a versatile selling app that allows users to reach a wide audience. Your items will be found on the user’s For You page, and they can buy them without leaving the TikTok platform. You can use LIVE Shopping, Shoppable videos and Product showcase to highlight your items. Setting up the account is free. But running paid ads will cost you.

13. Bonanza


Bonanza allows sellers to list products and communicate with buyers. On Bonanza you can edit and delete item listings. Read, write, respond to Bonanza mail, and see trends at a glance so you'll know what to sell. Bonan is currently in the beta testing phase.

14. Goimagine


Goimagine is a place where crafters in the U.S. can sell their goods. They claim to be a philanthropic company and donate their profits to children's charities. However, individual sellers keep the profit from what they sell. Goimagine charges sellers based on the items they have listed. The fees are tiered according to how many items you have listed.

15. CardCash


CardCash lets you sell all those unused gift cards. Instead of letting your gift cards go to waste, CardCash exchanges them for up to 92 percent of their value. The actual value depends on the offers you receive. If you want cash, you can receive it by check, direct deposit or PayPal.

16. VarageSale


VarageSale is like a garage sale at your neighbor’s house. The app encourages people to meet and sell items to each other. It’s free to list and there are no seller fees. Transactions and final selling price are negotiated between the buyer and seller, including shipping fees.

17. Instagram


Instagram will let you sell items through a website. You can sell clothes, electronics, beauty products, toys, etc. It's free to set up an Instagram account, and you can link it directly to your website.

18. Chairish


Chairish is an app or online place to sell home furnishings, art, and handmade and vintage items. It focuses on vintage. Although it’s free to list, Chairish will take a commission from your sale. The cut usually runs between 20 to 30 percent. It could be lower for more expensive items.

19. Vinted


Vinted lets you sell clothes, home décor electronics and more. You can list for free. Vinted does not charge listing fees, allowing sellers to keep more of their profits. Buyers pay for the shipping, so that’s one less worry.

20. TheRealReal


TheRealReal focuses on luxury apparel. It's a place where customers will go to find items for hundreds of thousands of dollars. TheRealReal's experts must authenticate items. You can earn up to 85 percent of the sale price.

21. Kidizen


Kidizen has gently used children’s apparel, toys, accessories and more for sale. Listing items is free, but Kidizen will take a commission of 12 percent. They’ll also charge you a $0.50 fee when an item sells. You’re responsible for shipping.

22. Swappa


Swappa is a marketplace for almost new electronics. Swappa charges a transaction fee for each item sold, impacting the overall profit. You can sell iPhones, watches, video games and more. You’ll have to pay a three percent fee for each item sold. All sellers are responsible for standard shipping costs as well. Buyers must pay for express shipping if they select it.


23. Cash4Books


Cash4Books is a place to sell your old books. You plug in the ISBN to identify it and receive a valuation. Cash4Books gives you a free shipping label. Once sold, you'll receive a check or your money through PayPal once the books are received.

24. Gameflip


Gameflip lets you sell video games and other related items. You can also sell gift cards to popular retailers. Gameflip takes an eight percent cut on what you sell. They also charged a two percent digital fee if applicable.

25. Vendoo


Vendor lets you cross-list to 11 marketplaces for under five minutes. You don’t have to worry about using the right one. Vendoo takes care of that. You’ll receive more exposure, and your item will sell faster.

26. LetGo


LetGo is an app that lets you sell apparel, cars, home décor electronics, etc. You snap a photo of your item, post it on the app and then chat with potential buyers. Sellers can pay a listing fee to boost the items they have for sale. This gives you more exposure.


You have a lot of options if you want to sell your used goods. From clothes and electronics to cars and books, there’s an app that will help you make some money.

Bob Haegele

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Bob Haegele, your personal finance guru, draws on years of experience to simplify complex financial concepts and offer actionable advice.

Dedicated to helping you achieve financial success, Bob is here to guide you through every step of your journey to financial freedom with expertise in areas such as investing, student loans, and credit cards. His work has appeared on Business Insider,, and other nationally recognized outlets.

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