Selling old clothes for cash!

United States
July 10, 2010 12:39pm CST
I've found this store called Plato's closet. They'll buy anything you want to sell them that's still in good condition. The store only accepts brand name items though. I've sold some clothes to them before. Does anyone else sell their old clothes to stores like this for extra cash?
6 responses
@venshida (4837)
• United States
10 Jul 10
I tried selling used clothes in a thrift store, and I found it very difficult. I did not have any success so I gave it up. I am familiar with Plato's closet, and they do have nice clothes. Additionally, the store is well maintained.
@Bellapop (1281)
11 Aug 10
For some reason, I find it so difficult to sell my old clothes, they usually end up in the charity bag or on the floor as rag. Unless I have a new garment of a well known brand, usually no-one wants to buy my second hand clothes :)
@stellak12 (384)
• Cyprus
10 Jul 10
I haven't tried this... It must be good, especially if you have kids who are growing day by day.. I will keep it in mind :)
• India
10 Jul 10
it seems interesting... I have lot of stuffs to sell. may b i can earn some extra cash from that store.
@much2say (39987)
• United States
10 Jul 10
Well, a lot of our local used clothing places mostly only buy them for store credit now - which is fine too. I haven't done it with our clothes, but I have done it with our kids clothes which are usually in pretty good condition. I've built up a lot of store credit at this one childrens second hand shop - and there you can buy some new items with the store credit (not necessarily clothes) and that has been handy. These places used to send a check if you wanted money instead of store credit, but it seems times are tough, so they don't give out money anymore.
@surfermac (466)
• India
10 Jul 10
here in india they sell the old clothes for the items like utensils and glasses