I don’t sell as many toys as I used to, and I often skip picking up games unless they are brand new/factory sealed. (There are plenty of games out there worth picking up, but I know myself well enough to realize that if I will need to spend any amount of time checking to see if a game is complete, it will become a chore that I will procrastinate indefinitely. Thus, it’s best to not even buy the game in the first place.) Below are some of the toys and games I have sold recent-ish-ly.
Super Why is a good buy! I will buy pretty much any and everything Super Why. I picked up this small plastic (3″) toy at a yard sale over the summer, and it sold very quickly.
I love picking up Richard Scarry toys too! (Full disclosure, I borrowed the photo below because I have apparently already deleted mine.) I found all six of the characters in cars below in a quarter box at a yard sale over the summer. They were all used, but in very good condition.
I don’t know a ton about the Loving Family items, but figured the car was cheap enough to make it a good bet.
It seems like Leap Frog fridge magnets abound, but I can’t remember ever coming across this particular set before.
Perfection! I pick this up whenever I find it complete and in good condition. I always list it for $39.95. It takes awhile, but they always eventually sell. I probably sell 3 or 4 sets every year.
I still love The Office! I bought two Office-themed games at the same time, and the other (The Office version of Clue) sold ages ago.
I picked up several brand new puzzles on the half-off day at a children’s consignment sale in the spring. I think this might have been the first to actually sell. I don’t love that they take a long time to sell, but do like that there is a decent profit on them once they do.
‘Tis the season to flip toys! Have you had any fun or exciting sales recently?