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Item bartering websites

Discussion in 'Education and Employment' started by Greatshield17, Apr 7, 2021.

  1. Greatshield17

    Greatshield17 Catholic Nerd V.I.P Member

    Jul 13, 2020
    Are there any good item bartering websites out there? I have a lot of old stuff lying around my place that I doubt I could sale or auction-off for money, but maybe could barter with someone for something they have which may not be much use for him or her, but may be very useful to me.
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  2. Fino

    Fino Alex V.I.P Member

    Sep 22, 2018
    I don't actually know, but that sounds like a craigslist sort of thing.
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  3. Sherlock77

    Sherlock77 Well-Known Member V.I.P Member

    Jun 5, 2017
    If you are on Facebook I think there are lots of groups like that, I suspect most regions have at least one of these groups...

    And if you are willing to and you don't think there is much cash value for the item, you could also donate them to a thrift store, they will take just about anything...
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  4. MyLifeAsAnAspie

    MyLifeAsAnAspie Well-Known Member

    Jan 21, 2020
    I think NextDoor would be your best bet. I is a hyper-local social media website. I have only used it to give away things, but you could try using it for barter. I think Craigslist is better for things of significant value like cars. NextDoor is also very good for local recommendations.
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