CDs, DVDs, games & books – If your bookshelf is groaning under the weight of your book collection or your CD rack is gathering dust, you can sell in bulk to places like MusicMagpie, Zapper, WeBuyBooks and Ziffit.
Clothes – Companies like Twice will buy your clothes directly, but you could make a little more by selling each item individually through Tradesy, ASOS, Poshmark or ThredUp.
Electronic devices – If your old laptop or phone is in good condition, why not see how much you could sell it for to sites like CeX and Envirophone.
Furniture – Do a thorough declutter and post any unloved pieces of furniture on eBay, Amazon, Gumtree or Preloved, or take them along to your local car boot sale.
Jewellery – You have a few options if you’re looking to sell old jewellery. Companies who claim to pay cash for gold will only pay the value of the gold to be melted down and jewellers might not be keen to pay the market rate to protect their own profit margin, so selling to an individual could help you to get the best price. Using sites like Comparejewellery can help you find out what your item is worth before you try selling on sites like eBay or Preloved.