How Bobi Made an Extra $600 Last Month Flipping Flea Market Items

//How Bobi Made an Extra $600 Last Month Flipping Flea Market Items

How Bobi Made an Extra $600 Last Month Flipping Flea Market Items

*UPDATE* Bobi made an extra $2,000 last month from ONE flea market flip- an exercise bike! She told me she has a couple big flips up her sleeve for the new year for her side income!

Today we are highlighting a success story from our student Bobi. She has been flipping flea market and thrift store items with me for the past 2 years and we wanted to show you a short interview clip with her.

Bobi is a busy mom who is going back to school for her degree in biochemistry, also while working in food and beverage as a server of a high end restaurant.  She wanted to find a way to make an extra bit of money for a side income each month, and contacted me to teach her the ropes of flipping items for a profit.  She enjoys the hunt for the items almost as much as I do (it really is my favorite part), and has been able to make an extra $400-$800/month consistently.

It's these stories that get me more excited than even my own profits from items. I love seeing people make an extra side income to help their family out, and I especially love when they enjoy doing it too!

If making an extra income from going to flea markets, yard sales, or thrift stores interests you, then I would love to give you my PDF of the 4 tools that I used to turn $40 into $1,000. These are things I use on a daily basis to help me be successful with my business.  I hope that they can help you too! And don't forget to check out our course, Flipper University, for all of those who are serious about making a side income.

*UPDATE* Bobi made an extra $2,000 last month from ONE flea market flip- an exercise bike! She told me she has a couple big flips up her sleeve for this next year!

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By | 2017-08-12T12:23:28+00:00 June 8th, 2016|Student Success|4 Comments

About the Author:

I grew up in Central Florida and have lived here my whole life. I first got into buying and selling items when I was 16 years old, and have been hooked ever since. It has mostly been a hobby that makes some extra cash, but sometimes it serves as my main income as well. I don’t plan on stopping any time soon. I find too many fun toys for my family (or myself), and just love the whole process.

4 Comments

  1. Anonymous July 5, 2017 at 7:55 pm - Reply

    Wow, sounds profitable, and greedy at the same time. Because you can buy cheap and sale, doest mean you should cheat people that need the items. Over charging, just to line your pocket isn’t success, it’s cheating!

    • Robert Stephenson July 5, 2017 at 8:35 pm - Reply

      I am sorry that you feel that way. I don’t really see how this is cheating anyone however. We sell the items at a discounted rate compared to what someone can buy new. So the buyer/customer is happy they got the item they were looking for at a better price, and we make money for our effort of going to flea markets and yard sales each week. And the elbow grease that is sometimes involved in fixing it up. If we didn’t purchase the items from the vendors at the flea market, and help them make their money, then they would still be sitting in a box, unused by anyone. How does anyone benefit then? In my opinion every party involved wins out. I am sorry you feel differently. Nobody is forced to buy their items on eBay. They can easily go to the store and buy them, or search flea markets and thrift stores just like I do.

    • Lee November 5, 2017 at 12:13 pm - Reply

      You are NOT cheating someone when you pay them what they are asking for an item. They have every opportunity to sell the item on the open market, but they chose not to. This is how capitalism works.

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