I paid $1.50 for this Rothschild coat at a yard sale in June. It sold fairly quickly for $22.99. I have another Rothschild coat to list, and 2 other ones currently listed, but I've gotten no bites on them yet. Maybe because it's a zillion degrees outside??
I paid $2.99 for these goooooorgeous Danskos at my local Goodwill in April. I desperately wanted to keep them, but they weren't even close to my size. I was thrilled with the $59.99 offer I got for them!
This is my most exciting sale, provided it actually goes through! I bought 3 pairs of these Emu boots last October when they were Amazon's Gold Box deal of the day. I paid around $26 per pair. I sent one pair to Greece within the first week. They sold for my full asking price of $97.99, which paid for all three pairs. The others have sat with nary an offer, but I had someone inquire the other day. She wanted my last 2 pairs, one for her and one for her sister, but she wouldn't be able to pay until August 10. For that price, I'm willing to wait a little bit. Besides, what's the worst that could happen? If she doesn't pay, I'll just relist them right in time for fall/winter shoppers. I expected her to make me an offer since she was buying both pairs, but she did Buy It Now yesterday for my full asking price!
I paid $2.97 for these in March. This particular hot roller set is not a favorite, but my sister-in-law picked them up for me. The lid was cracked, but they sold anyway, for my full asking price of $31.99!
This mug sale was a real victory for me! I paid 13 cents for it in June. Far Side mugs typically sell pretty well, and there weren't many of this one listed, so I listed it for $29.99obo. It got a LOT of hits, so I know it was a good one, but this particular one has a lot of utensil marks in it. I finally got an offer for it 2 weeks ago ... for $6. I rolled my eyes and declined, because I knew there was no way we could meet in the middle on this one. A couple days later, he offered me $8. It quickly became obvious to me that he wasn't going to go away, so I offered him $24.99, just to (hopefully) give him the idea that I wasn't going to consider his ridiculous prices. A week later, he offered me $13. Sigh. Buyers only get 3 offers, so I knew he was out of chances. His only remaining options were to accept any counteroffer I sent him, buy full price, or walk away. He was being persistent enough that I knew he wouldn't walk away, but I also had a strong suspicion he wouldn't pay full price, so I countered with $20 and he accepted!
What were your highlights this week?