Best Places to Buy and Sell Used Gadgets Online
Buying a new device could mean that the older one has to go. Instead of just letting it unused, it’s best to sell it to other who could be looking for a second-hand gadget. There are numerous ways to have it on sale but if you wanna have more reach, it’s best to do it online.
It’s pretty easy and organized too. Here’s a list of website and services you can use to post your item/s online.
Note: Websites are listed alphabetically.
You might have already seen their magazines which have been circulating for over two decades already. They have been publishing ads by sellers through printed materials since 1992. Jump to the age of the Internet, Buy & Sell Philippines continues to serve its purpose through its website.
This allows them to cater faster transactions and up to date ads. You can post your listing on their website which is pretty diverse.
eBay pioneered selling of used goods or collectibles through online auctions and they do have a local portal for Filipinos. It may not be as popular as OLX, but you can find and sell goods well here too.
If possible, you can also offer international shipping since eBay has a number of users from over 30 countries.
With 1.86 billion (Feb. 2017) members, Facebook has the most potential of reaching buyers and sellers alike. If you’ve noticed, there are already a number of groups catering to this and that’s why Facebook created a platform within their site that’ll help users sell. If you’re not familiar with selling on Facebook, you may read this help page.
OLX remains the most popular selling website the country. We have Sulit.ph and AyosDito.ph before but both are now under the umbrella of OLX thus dominating the realm of online selling.
OLX evolved to became a mature platform with all the necessary features needed.
Shopee is a mobile-first selling platform available in 6 Asian countries including the Philippines. They have an inviting bright orange interface that welcomes you to sell through them.
What’s great about Shopee is the reimbursement offer for the shipping expenses of the seller. Nice, right?
TipidCP is a classic go-to forum where members are free to post their goods. A lot of sellers are active as well as interested buyers.
The website’s UI may be a bit outdated but it loads faster than any. You might even find an interesting product you might want to swap your old device with.
This is the counterpart of TipidCP which focuses on computer electronics. We’re talking about parts and peripherals for your dream PC.
If you’re looking to have a good exchange with fellow PC enthusiasts, this is where you should start digging.
If you have any related experiences to online buying and selling through the listed websites above, please share in the comments section below to help other readers. Suggested portals are also welcome. Happy buying and selling, everyone!