There are a lot of unwritten rules in this game we play and I want to flush them out. Whether you’re an experienced player or a newbie looking to join the perks of next-to-nothing travel, these rules are for you.
So, you’ve studied, digested, and mastered the basics of reselling right? Good. Now it’s time to source some product, because knowing how to resell is useless if you don’t have anything to sell.
As a precursor to this post, remember that reselling does not come without risks. There is no guarantee that your product will sell and, just like with manufactured spending, you will have to float money (in the form of product) for an undetermined amount of time. This post is for information purposes only. I take no responsibility for any consequences (positive or negative) that may arise by following any of the information mentioned in this post. (I would love to hear about your experiences though!)
Now that that is out of the way, hit the break to learn about sourcing product. Read More
Recently, Bancorp released a new prepaid card to the world: The Chime Card. It’s not a new Serve or Visa Buxx, it’s something entirely different. You could say it’s Bancorp’s answer to Amex Offers, since coupons are the main perk on this card.
Hit the break to learn about this awesome new tool!
I’m starting a new series to go along with my Everything and ITWOO posts, called the Beginner’s series (which is aptly targeted to beginners). If you’ve been in this game for a while, these posts will not be for you. As an alternative, you could head over to the Saverocity Forum and learn some new information from that community when I release these posts, but make sure to come back ;).
Everyone has their first. Some are shiny, some are dull. Some have foreign transaction fees, some don’t. Some give you rewards, while others don’t. The important thing they all do, though, is give you a credit history. So, if you haven’t signed up for a credit card and you’re looking for your first hit the break. Read More
I hope my teaser posts have you excited, because the next couple weeks will be filled with reselling tips, guides, and deals. I was a complete novice at reselling in March. I only started to add a little more spend on my credit cards and increase my stash of points. Now, however, it’s turned into something I could see myself doing for a living. I’m not at that point yet, but I hope to be eventually. I plan on documenting my reselling journey via intermittent posts, and on my monthly income reports.