Overall, my collection of golf shirt is impressive! After many thrift shop trips over the winter, I've
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I've recently noticed some other bloggers singing the praises of several brands not cited here, including Adidas and Callaway. I have to tell you that unless you got the shirt for free, or it's new with tags attached, those other brands will not make you any dough. Best to leave them on the Goodwill rack! Sure, you may get a sale, but typically we're talking in the ten dollar range. When you back out the $4 dollars you paid for the shirt, your eBay and Paypal fees the profit might come in at around 4 dollars. Puleeze....not worth the effort! Stick to the big dogs that I cite and you should do well.
When it comes to selling golf shirts, I've had the most success with Nike Dri-Fit and Under Armour HeatGear brands. Nike Dri-Fit is very popular and will always make you money. However the Nike "Tiger Woods" line of shirts is a step above standard Dri-Fit, fetching you even higher bids. Under Amour shirts are very popular too, particularly their "HeatGear" line. For example, recently I bought an Under Armour HeatGear golf shirt for $4 bucks at Goodwill and flipped it for $30 dollars. Another "can't lose" brand is "The Masters" line of golf shirts. These shirts have the famous Masters Logo on the upper chest and always generate lots of bidding action. The one seen here was also snagged at Goodwill for $4 bucks. I sold it using an eBay auction for $30 dollars-a typical closing price for this line of shirts. If you find any of these shirts brand new with tags attached it's your lucky day! You can tack on at least another five to ten dollars on the final selling price.
How's your luck with golf shirts? Have you done well with any brands that I left out? Give us a shout in the comment section below.....
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