Good Products Aimed At Teens?

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king-jamie
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14 Jan 09 05:54:42 pm
And don't say guns :P

I was originally planning on selling playstation 3 games but i was wrong about that because i can't find any good sites that sell new and popular games so i need to find something else or this has been a waste of time :(

I'm new to the whole thing so i don't really have much idea about anything related to this.

Also i don't have the most money available to start off with.

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dinasour230
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14 Jan 09 07:10:14 pm
I am new at this too. But I have found some very good advice just reading others peoples post and advice. Let me tell you, I have gone the video game route and as Jimmy said over and over again, forget about it. I found that I was making only from $1-10 dollar profit on those that sold. The others that did not sell I was stuck with. Now I am trying to get rid of them at the flea market. Good luck, and welcome.

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king-jamie
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16 Jan 09 06:55:05 pm
But i can't think of anything to sell :*

I just wanted to make some money this year but looks like I'll jsut have to get a job

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vivah
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16 Jan 09 08:17:18 pm
buy laptops wholesale , fix and sell it at classifieds.

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jimmy_huber
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18 Jan 09 05:01:57 am
I would say change your aim to designer clothing, or stuff teenage girls like. These tend to sell good on ebay. But I must tell you to go the liquidation route for Designer clothing. As you want to have the most competitive price to get into this field


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