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  1. This is a great article! Another great website to use is a site called Luxury Resale Network.

    • I’ve never heard of that site. I will be sure to check it out!

  2. How about Gumtree?

    • If you live outside the U.S., Gumtree is a good option.

      They literally only have a handful of listings at any given time on the U.S. site.

  3. This is a good list. I have been using Classopia.com in Michigan, and it has been working well for me. It can be a good addition to the list.

  4. There’s a great one up here in Canada called Varagesale. I’m not sure if it’s available in the US or not, but there’s a lot of good stuff on there.

    • Yeah, it’s available world-wide, I believe, including the US. It’s a great idea. Many communities also have sale pages that can reach people in your general area of the country. Of course, for more exposure, you’d need to hit some of the sites mentioned in the article.

  5. Have you ever heard of a local website like Los Angeles Ads?

    • I haven’t, but it sounds like a good one!

    • Yes, here we go: losangeles-ads.com. This is for local classified ads for Los Angeles, California. I have been using Los Angeles Ads and it has been working well for me. It can be a really good alternative to Craigslist in Los Angeles.

      I HIGHLY recommend it!

      • Thanks for sharing this with everyone, John. It is much appreciated!

  6. Please help me! I have a $25 Target gift card and need the money for my grandbaby.

    • If you are wanting to sell the card for cash, try Gift Card Granny, CardPool, CardCash, or eBay. We have a post on this site that can help and it gives additional sites to try too.

  7. Thank you. I’m looking for trampoline parts. This list will help. Thank you.

    • I’m glad we could help! I hope you find the parts you are searching for.

  8. Can you recommend a good site to sell used items for sailboats, like sails, chains, anchors, and all the stuff applicable to sailing? I also have old navigation maps.

    • What I would do is check out some of the links in this post and then look to see if anyone is selling anything like that. It can give you a good ballpark idea of how much to ask for your stuff and whether they are the best site to sell on or not. I hope that helps you get started. Good luck selling your items.

  9. Have you heard of Apknite’s KSL Classifieds? It seems popular. BTW, thanks! I have used Ads Globe most often and it’s good.

    • I might have to check out that site you mentioned. Thanks for sharing and I’m glad you are liking Ads Globe.

  10. I would like to post some ads in real estate which will be good sites in the USA. Please let me know some sites, man.

    • You could start by checking out the sites in this blog post. Good luck!

  11. Pennysaver USA is horrible. When you do a local search you get all states, cities and towns in your search EVEN if you search only your local town or area.

    • I’m sorry you are having trouble with them. Did you contact them about it? They might have some search suggestions that would help.

  12. Please, more sites are needed here.

    • There are eighteen on the list for you to choose from. However, if you search the internet you are almost sure to find others. You might check our site for other options as well.

  13. I need help. I need a classified site in Canada to buy use items.

    • Try checking some of these to see if they work in Canada. There should be a site map or the information may be in their terms and conditions, polices, or FAQ’s. Or, you could ask them directly through their contact info on the site. Additionally, try looking for buy and sell Facebook groups or other online listings in your area. 🙂

  14. Great list for Craiglist alternatives. I used Craig’s in the past. Nowadays I prefer eBay and Classified ads because they are safer.

    • Thanks! Glad you have found some success with some alternatives.

  15. There’s a new website called Steve’s Weave that describes itself as the green craigslist, all the ads are about green or sustainable things. It’s simple but good.

    • Thanks for the suggestion!

  16. Your headline offered 18 alternatives but I don’t see them. Do you really have 18?

    • We just updated the article to have 19! We’re always looking for great, new ways to help people make money!

  17. I live in France and I want to sell in the United States. Except ebay what else?
    Thanks for the suggestion!

    • Check out some of the options in this article to see what works best for you!

  18. Thank you for sharing this helpful information. I recently tried Mercari. Its was not a good match for what I needed in a selling site. My sales were quick but the payment was dependent upon the buyer’s rating and if the buyer didn’t rate after 3 days, Mercari rated it. It took 10 days from the day I shipped until the funds were deposited into my checking account. I found the site to be difficult to navigate.

  19. Hi, I am a housebound senior citizen confined to a recliner and need to supplement my social security. Can you suggest which would be the best and easiest way of buying and selling that can be done without face to face transactions or deliveries. I don’t have a working computer so all work would need to be done on my Android. Thanks

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