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Places To Buy Stuff


Since we live in NY there was a limited amount of college dorm room stuff that she was able to bring with her. If you are bringing your college dorm decor with you then this list of the top places to shop for dorm stuff is for you!




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There are two great places to farm for souls, and you'll want to do one or the other depending on how far you are. Both are located in the fourth Archstone, and the first one is earlier on in the world.


Whichever camp you fall into, Flyp has protections and guarantees for all items so you can send stuff risk-free. Pro sellers have no upfront costs either, so neither party is in danger of losing their stuff or money.


While not all donated second hand clothes find a second home, the unsold stuff from organizations like Salvation Army and Goodwill typically go to for-profit clothes recycling centers, such as Viltex.


Interesting that Bud's Gun Shop was not on the list. I've ordered from them many times and never had a problem. I would consider them in the top five and not above Brownells. I find Brownells to be higher on their prices than others. PSA is good but they never seem to have the stuff in stock when I am looking for what I want. I have ordered from them and no problem there either except once when some ammo wasn't packaged very well. Looked like it was just thrown in a box with a piece of brown paper that did nothing for protection. Someone that obviously was in too much of a hurry to get a shipment out. Never ordered anything from the others. I have been to a Sportsman's Warehouse and their prices were higher than other gun stores in my area, and not much of a selection. A gun I did want was not in stock, only the display model. The guns behind the counter were helpful but, like I said, their prices were higher. Anyway, give Bud's Gun Shop a try. I don't work for them just mentioning it here if anyone interested.


Great selection, guys! However, it seems as if you're not truly familiar with GunBroker! ('Scuse me if someone already mentioned this.) *grins*Sort By "Price: Low to High" in the top right dropdown, then scroll down on the left and click the "Buy Now" button. NOW you'll see the items (most of 'em) at their no BS-ing around price.After looking at the best-priced, blue-starred, "top-listed" stuff, be SURE to go down past them and consider the lowest-priced ones without the blue star. The prices start low again!I didn't figure this out at first and missed guns/stuff further down the pages that were sometimes cheaper than the featured ones! Ex: Basic 10/22, p. 1, - $249Same weapon, p. 3 - $239Hope that helps out. *smiles*


Hi there. First, I do NOT work for GB, why would you say that? I've simply used them as one of many sites to buy weapons and related stuff. I was just pointing out that GB isn't purely an auction site. I always search under the "Buy Now" option.I'm not sure why GB or a particular seller wanted all of that info from you. I've never gone through that and wouldn't if they asked for it. If you don't like them, don't use them for anything more than comparing prices and sizing up the market. Lately I've added GunsInternational to my list of sites. Try them as well.


Yahoo Auctions has tens of thousands of auctions available on their platform. It is the most popular auction website in Japan and is the top place for Japanese users to sell their goods. Many resellers of rare items and collectibles only sell through Yahoo Auctions so it is definitely one of the top places to check out.


A walk down Hawthorne Blvd. reveals how vibrant vintage and resale stores are in Portland (mid-century modern couch, anyone?). There a many places where you can consign or sell your items. You likely have one or two in your neighborhood! Here is a small sampling of the places where you can sell your stuff in Portland:


We accept most gently-loved items that are clean and in working order (i.e. not damaged, unsafe or recalled). We do not accept clothing, shoes, car seats or stuffed animals. Read more on acceptable items here.


There are plenty of companies where you can sell electronics -- places that'll happily buy old fitness trackers, smartwatches, gaming consoles, laptops, digital cameras and other electronic equipment. In exchange, they'll send you cold hard cash, often in the form of a gift card or PayPal transfer. (Not too shabby for that MacBook gathering dust in your closet.) You can even sell your old electronics without having to visit a physical location such as a pawn shop, now that used electronics website options are becoming more popular. And you won't have to worry about paying for shipping or shouldering the cost of a fee, which is somewhat commonplace with services that sell electronics and old equipment.


The prices offered with trade-in programs on an old device are usually a little lower than what you could sell electronics for, but the reduced price is worth forgoing the headache of trying to sell on your own. Some places will even take broken items, but keep in mind that broken tech will sell at a much lower cost than a gadget that is still in good working order.


There is a vibrant café culture in this area, with plenty of cute independent cafés (some that double up as craft shops themselves) so there are plenty of places to stop for coffee and cake after shopping. 041b061a72


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