Out With The Old & In With The New — Here Are 6 Places In Montreal That Buy Used Stuff
We're all always on the hunt for ways to make an extra dollar or two, so we found out where to sell your old stuff in Montreal — out with the old and in with the new!
As humans, we tend to collect things... lots of things.
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From clothes we'll never wear again, to old electronics that we keep in a shoebox under our bed, there's no shame in getting rid of some of our belongings.
Montreal is home to a ton of cool spots that'll help you sell your items, besides Kijiji or Facebook Marketplace.
There's even a page that lets you trade your old goods for something you want, without ever using money.
Address: Sortie Topaze, 2305, Rockland Rd, Mount Royal, Quebec
Why You Need To Go: Retyche cares about sustainable fashion. The store buys and sells curated authentic luxury goods that are all pre-loved.
If you're looking to sell some of your designer items, this may be the place for you.
Address: 9315, Transcanada Hwy, Saint-Laurent, QC
Why You Need To Go: If you've been hoping to sell your old phone or iPad, this is your spot. Gorecell.ca will buy your used electronics from you.
Inside Sabrina's Closet
Why You Need To Go: Inside Sabrina's Closet will help you sell your designer goods. This consignment shop is always looking for high-end pieces to add to its collection.
Best Buy Trade-In Program
Address: Various locations in Montreal
Why You Need To Go: Trade in your old electronics for some new ones at Best Buy. Pretty good deal, eh?
Address: 51, rue Bernard O, Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: You can buy, sell or exchange clothing at this local store. So next time you clean out your closet, you may just be able to make a bit of money.
Bunz Trading Zone Montreal
Address: On Facebook
Why You Need To Go: Okay so this Facebook group won't allow you to sell your items, but you will be able to trade them for something you really need, which is better than cash if you ask me.
Bunz' focus is to "create a sustainable future by regaining control over how we consume, contribute, and grow as citizens through alternative economies, community building, and radical recycling."