With the holidays now behind us, this is a good time as any to go over some of my seasonal flips. Overall, I feel sales were strong, although not as good as previous years. But considering the Covid pandemic and the economy, it's easy to see why. I am not complaining though. I still did pretty good considering the situation. Let's take a look at a few of my more successful holiday flips.
|Two for one price!|
guys were probably made back in the mid-1990’s, so they're not true vintage. However, they meet an important criteria for resale...they’re not made anymore! That’s good enough to bring the buyers out. I forgot what I paid for these guys, but I’d venture to guess it was no more then ten bucks a piece. I posted the pair on Craigslist for $85 dollars just prior to Thanksgiving. They were snapped up the following weekend. I met the buyer at a local convenience store and she gleefully forked over the $85 dollars for the pair. As she loaded them into her car, she told me she lived with her elderly parents and liked to decorate their front yard with lots of Christmas blow molds. With that, she pulled away and the penguin and reindeer were heading for a spot in her front yard.
|MTH Rail King|
Those are a few samples of my holiday flips. Like I said, a pretty good Christmas season considering the current situation out there. So how’d you do this year? Use the comment section below to fill us in.
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