Buying from local liquidators and selling at flea markets and swap shops?

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I'm swamped Monday-through Friday and recently started visiting local goodwills, flea markets and swap shops scouring for antiques, collectibles, silver, etc. More so to wind down and as a hobby than to flip.

However, when visiting local swap shops and flea markets I couldn't help but wonder where the locals purchased large amounts of health products, cosmetics, groceries, new clothing etc from. A Google search provided some decent local liquidators that purchase overstock/returns/etc from stores like CVS/Wallmart/Sears/Etc...

Does anyone have any experience buying drug or department store liquidation and selling it locally? Flea markets, Swap Shops, Craigslist, etc?

Some of the cosmetic and drug store pallets look appealing. It peaked my interest enough to even research importers for phone accessorizes, jewelry and shoes but that's another thread.

I was just curious if anyone makes any decent money buying pallets of liquidation items or importing and selling them locally?(Not online)
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  • Profile picture of the author kjamesnv
    WF is mainly dedicated to online marketing. And the area you posted in is specifically dedicated to eCommerce.

    There are MANY people here who have purchased closeouts and liquidations to sell online including myself.Flea markets are a different animal.
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