Turning $275 Worth of Manga Books Into More Than $6,000 | Trash Talk #6

Turning $275 Worth of Manga Books Into More Than $6,000 | Trash Talk #6

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Finally, after waiting over 2 years, the long-overdue new episode of “Trash Talk” is here! The team and I are out in Succasunna, NJ to find any treasures that could be hiding at the over 30 GARAGE SALES we visited and we score BIG. We came out of this episode with an estimated profit of $6,148.27! It just goes to show that there is a real opportunity to be found at these weekend garage sales as long as you are willing to put in the work.

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  1. You still gotta sell all those books alot harder than it looks unless you could sell them all at once or split them into like 4 lots and sell them still alot of work though

  2. Gary do you have videos of the part where you put it on eBay and for how much you bought and are selling it for mostly curious about the eBay fees and like the eBay store if you can give some info about how much they charge you and maybe like shipping supplies cost and what not just think that would help some people including my self lol

  3. I had one like this today bought a box couldn't fit the other half of the box in my van it was so full…so many sets could have been completed lol oh well the shits still fire