Simply the Easiest Way to Sell Clothes Online

Seriously the easiest way to sell your clothes online

Y’all. I swear this is the easiest way to sell your clothes online. Hands down.

No excuses. Clean out your closet with thredUP and you can get a pretty sweet cash payment.

First, take the two seconds to head over to Thredup Inc and order a bag

If you are new, you’ll need to give them your email. But, you’ll also get 20% off your first order. And you’ll want to order – they have an awesome selection.

Used clothes “ick” you out? Search for new with tags. The selection is awesome. I’m sporting a lovely new black cashmere sweater this season that I ordered – new with tags.

Next, you need to select “Sell or Donate” and “Order a Bag”.

When you order a bag, ThredUp will send you a huge bag that you can then fill with those items in your closet you no longer wear or fit into.

Please make sure you read their policies on what types of clothing they will accept.

Here’s my bag I filled up with some of my clothes and my daughters:

ThredUp Bag

It says it holds a whole laundry bag worth of clothes – and I believe it.

This is where I want to make sure you know that ordering a bag and sending it back is absolutely FREE.

No excuses. Clean out your closet. Because look what it can be worth:

ThredUp Total

Booyah! I’ve got $$$ I need right after the holidays!

So do it today. It’s worth cash tomorrow!

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  1. Kimberly in NC says:

    Do you have to tell them up front what you’re sending and send pics? Do they send you money through paypal or just credit to spend? Thanks for the info.

  2. Kimberly, No you do not need to tell them what you are sending. They have guidelines for what they want that they send with the bag. Once they tally up your bag, they give you the amount they are paying for the bag. That amount is paid to you 14 days after they give you the total. Hope that answers your questions! Andrea

  3. Hi tried to click on the thread up link and it comes up as offer not available….

  4. Hi Kelly, Not sure why my link broke. I went to directly and everything seems to be working fine over there. Thanks for letting me know! Andrea

  5. This sounds great! Out of curiosity, how much did you send in to get $65?

  6. anonymous says:

    FYI – You can sell your brand name, like-new clothes on ebay and make more money, and share less of it (lower fees).

  7. Yes, you can sell on ebay, however, this is so much easier since it doesn’t involve having to market and mail each piece. My dad always says “Everything takes time or money.” By using ThredUp you might not make the money you say selling on eBay will, but you also minimize your time.

  8. Hi Renee, I sent 16 items in to ThredUp. It was a mix of my clothes and a few from my daughter. Hope that helps, Andrea

  9. Melissa says:

    FYI – This is not what it appears to be. I just looked into this and they are VERY VERY PICKY with the clothing and items you send to them. There are more than 1000 brand names that they DO NOT ACCEPT!! Including, Athletics Works, Garaminals, George, Faded Glory, Kids Connection, Koala Kids, Sonoma and Walmart as examples. Most of the brand names accepted I have never even heard of. Here is the direct link so you can read it for yourself. Copy and paste this into your browser.

    You also don’t get your clothes back unless you make sure to select their “Return Assurance” option before they receive your bag of clothes. Then they also charge you a fee of $12.99 if you want your unaccepted clothing back.

    So don’t get too excited about getting money for all your clothing and items in “like new” condition no matter the brand name. This article is very misleading, as this information is not even mentioned here, but purposely left out.

  10. going to try it, can’t hurt since the consignment shops are really picky too but good to know which brands to not bother sending.

  11. I found you on pinterest so I sent 4 Zara items, some with tags and a Northface coat. All size 14 girls. And one high end zip up hoodie. My payout was #24.oo. The Northface coat was listed for $45.99. I read the complaints on the BBB website and immediate regretted taking your recommendation. If you send items to thredUP, you not only run the risk of having your expensive items STOLEN, but you also receive thrift store payouts. ThredUP uses deceptive wording that allows them to make a huge profit off of “mistakes” or “errors” on their part.

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