Goofbid – The one stop shop for the tools you need for eBay. Including a Misspelling Tool, Not In Title Search, as well as an eBay sniper all for free.
Lastminute Auctions – A great resource that shows you every item in the different categories that is ending with no bids and at 99p. Well worth looking at to try and snag a last minute bargain!
Bay Crazy – Another eBay tool kit with some great features. I especially like the Unwanted Items listing that searches for the term “unwanted gift” in the description. I also like the Night feature that lists all the items of a category that end during the night.
Online Auction Services:
Online services for bidding on real time auctions happening across the world. Many auction houses use these websites to increase the bids in their sales, and for people to bid if they can’t make it to the sale. They also serve as a good resource for finding the values of items sold at auctions.
Movaluate – Find the current value of any smart phone.
Price Charting – A great site charting the value of every video game ever made.
Quick Selling Sites:
CEX – UK business that buys and sells games, tech, musics, and dvds. Their website has a handy guide as to what they would pay you for each item.
Music Magpie – Won’t give you the market price for an item, but they are quick, easy, and good for when you need some spare cash.
/r/Flipping – A lively subreddit full of others who are flipping good at flipping.
Flipping A Dollar – A great blog written by a gentleman who has many years of eBay experience, and plenty of experience making cash on it.
She Thrifts – A blog dedicated to one woman’s thrift shop hauls, and her money making tips and tricks.
Thrift Store Flipping – A couple who love buying and selling items found at thrift stores.
Car Boot Vinyl Diaries – A great blog showing the many purchases of vinyl at car boot sales and charity shops by Rebecca.