Start A Side Hustle Selling On These 6 Sites

Side Hustles

Do you have things around your house you would like to sell but don’t know how?

What about starting a side hustle that doesn’t take a specific skill just the grit to do the work?

Here are 6 great places to start selling your stuff.


If you want to start selling physical products I can think of no better place than Amazon.

With this one side hustle, I generated over $30,000 in sales in 2017 alone. And I go into great detail on how exactly I make money with it several times.

But, did you know you actually can sell used and old things on Amazon?

It’s not just for arbitrage, no you can go to garage sales, thrift stores, or even look around your own home for things you aren’t using anymore.

The price will obviously reflect this, and you will probably want to do merchant fulfilled instead of FBA however it is a good way to make some extra money.


eBay is the typical go-to for selling used items. It’s great if you have those old toys, books, movies, etc. that you want to get rid of.

If you’re a little more excited about it you can make it into a side hustle like Jason did and make a few hundred extra dollars a month.


This is an income source I have not done too much work on myself. I don’t really have a creative bone in my body so coming up with something I’ll custom make and sell doesn’t really appeal to me.

Not only that I’m not sure how the platform works, and the shipping process is. However many people have made thousands from Etsy and you can too with a little work.


I have become addicted to Letgo for a little while now. It’s all cash and you meet up with different people to buy what they are selling. I’ve found some pretty awesome games that I plan on selling on eBay hopefully for a profit.

I picked games because it’s something I know and don’t have to do too much research on.


Can do the same type of stuff as you can on Letgo or OfferUp (See below) but also so much more.

You can post things you are selling, things you are looking for, things you’re willing to swap for, or jobs that you are in need of or looking to hire for.

Yes, it can be used to sell your stuff, but you can do so in much more interesting ways. Such as setting up and having a garage sale.


I really don’t know which one came first, or which one is better but this is very similar to Letgo. You scroll through the feed and find things for sale. If you are selling you post pictures and set your price.

Why Not All Of Them?

I’m a firm believer that you should have multiple ways of making money, and so you should leverage 2 or more of these platforms at the same time.

You can find things on eBay to sell on Amazon or vice versa. You can pick things up from craigslist, OfferUp, and Letgo and sell them on the other two.

You can use things found from all 5 of those and create one of a kind items on Etsy.

Whatever you do push the needle forward, strive to make multiple income streams even if it’s only a hobby.


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