Not everyone wants to deal with the crowds and cold on Black Friday or the stress of trying to shop quickly to make sure you get the “limited supplies” that are always a part of a good Cyber Monday sale.
If you’re the type of person that wants to avoid the crazy lines and potential fights of the early morning Black Friday and would prefer staying in the bed and sleeping off the delicious turkey and dressing you ate the night before, then recycler.com is for you.
You can shop at your own leisure and you don’t have to make sure you log on super early in the morning to assure yourself of a particular Cyber Monday deal either. Instead, you can peruse and find the items on your shopping list while still wearing your Spongebob pajamas.
But what if you are trying to sell your things? Well it works the same way. Last year, a record 226 million consumers shopped in store and online Thanksgiving weekend between Thursday and Sunday. That record number of consumers spent a record $52.4 billion that weekend. Consumers then spent $1.25 billion online on Cyber Monday, another record.
Tap into that money by pulling out that iPod you don’t listen to much, your old laptop or that exercise equipment you bought last Christmas thinking you were actually going to stick to that New Year’s resolution this year.
With recycler.com you have the opportunity to take advantage of shopping deals or sell your items to buyers looking to find the same quality deals. Or you could always do both!
And with people scouring the internet in search of the next great deal, those buyers will be anxious, so price your items to sell quickly. Don’t be afraid to offer a Cyber Week special for that item you haven’t been able to sell for the last month or two. Then you’ll have money to find something for yourself on recycler.com.
And if you looking for a specific item, this week is the perfect week to try to negotiate with a recycler seller. Everyone is trying to get a couple of extra dollars to be able to have money for holiday gifts, so sellers will be more willing to let something go at a discounted price.