Whether you’re into buying and selling collectibles for the money, or you genuinely enjoy collecting rare items, sometimes you just need to unload collectibles for some cash. Maybe you need to clear up space for other collectibles. Maybe you need to free up capital for other collectibles. Maybe you just need some cash.

When selling a collectible, there are some things may be more important than others to you.  Do you want to maximize how much money you’ll get for your items?  Do you want the fastest and easiest transaction?  Do you want the quickest transaction?

If the most important thing for you is to put cash in your pocket fast, here are some places to consider selling your collectibles for cold hard cash!

Sell Your Collectibles To Neat Stuff Collectibles

Ok, we’re biased. But that doesn’t mean we’re wrong!

We buy collectibles with all-cash, top-dollar offers. We spend millions each and every year buying collectibles from people just like you. For large collections, we’ll even travel to you for an assessment and to handle the shipping process.  People trust us and turn to us for a reason!

Those are just a few reasons why Neat Stuff Collectibles is one of the best places to sell your collectibles for cash, no matter where you’re located!

Sell Your Collectibles To A Local Collectibles Store

If you’re lucky enough to have a collectibles retail store physically close to you, they may be a good option to sell your collectibles for cash.  And if you come to an agreement on price on the spot, you could also close the transaction in-person that same day.  That’s a huge plus.

One big downside would be the offer that they may or may not give you.  Because they are dealing with a physical location, they only have limited space and they must turn around your item for a profit rather quickly.  Therefore they most likely will not be able to offer you the best price possible for your items.

Sell Your Collectibles To A Local Pawn Shop

Same situation here with the collectibles store, but the odds are even more against you. The pawn shop’s clientele are not geared towards collectibles specifically, so they need to price that into the equation even more than the collectibles store. They will need to buy your collectibles at pennies on the dollar in order for them to turn around and sell it to someone that happens to walk into their store. There’s a lot of risk for them, hence the low price.

Sell Your Collectibles Online

By selling online, you’re opening up sales to the widest audience possible, which usually leads to a selling price close to fair market value. However it takes a LOT of time and energy to run a successful online sale, and even if all goes right there’s still a lot of risk and luck involved.

You’ll have to put in the work to take pictures, write descriptions, answer questions, and wait for the right buyer to arrive.  If the right buyer does arrive, which isn’t guaranteed even after all that work, you need to ensure you close the transaction in a way that prevents any chance of fraud as well as securing a safe shipping and handling method to get your items to the seller.

It’s all possible, it’s just a lot of work for no guarantees, and it does take some time.

What Are Your Collectibles Worth?

Determining what your collectibles are worth is more of an art than a science.  Going through the process won’t give you an exact number but will certainly give you a rough idea of its value.  With that information, you can determine the best path forward in selling your collectibles.

Let Neat Stuff Collectibles Be Your Private Buyer

Well there you have it! We truly hope you choose us when selling your collectibles. At least let us make an offer before you go somewhere else! Give us a call at 800-326-7064 or fill out this form to sell your collectibles and we will get back to you shortly!

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  2. Hi my name is Barbara Retcher i need to know where my closet place to sell my nascar stuff vat for cash

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