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You can turn nice profits reselling jerseys from thrift stores on eBay.

As a sports fans, selling jerseys that I find in thrift stores around town is another fun way to make money in my eBay business. It’s fun for two reasons:  

  1. I like to see what player’s jersey I can find
  2. Jerseys are very profitable items to resell on eBay.

Another good thing with jerseys is that they’re easy to spot. Sometimes they’re on the aisle with the activewear and sometimes they get stuck with the T-shirts or polos. Either way, they always seem to stand out and are easy to spot. 

What types of jerseys to look for?

Personally, I try to buy and resell any jersey I find in the thrift store. But that’s mainly because I’m such a huge sports fan. Thankfully though, you can turn a profit off all types of jerseys. Here are a few examples that I look for:

  1. Football
  2. Basketball
  3. Baseball
  4. Hockey
  5. Soccer

That’s the good thing about it. There are so many players within so many sports, that there are always different jerseys popping up at thrift stores around town. 

Here are a few examples of some of the jerseys I found doing a completed listings search on eBay:

Clearly, you can see that buying and reselling jerseys can be a very lucrative way to make money for your eBay business. It really just depends on:

  1. The sport
  2. The player
  3. The condition

For instance, if you were to find a Michael Jordan (the greatest basketball player of all time) jersey and list it for sale, odds are you going to turn a great profit. 

But rather, if you were to find a jersey of a no-name player, it may not sell for quite as much. Although, I still recommend you look up the prices, just in case it is selling well. You never know. 

Super-seller used jerseys

Just for the fun of it, let’s look at what some of the super-rare jerseys are selling for on eBay:


Wouldn’t it be nice to find one of those ultra-rare, super-seller jerseys? A boy can only dream. I’m just kidding because, actually, I have sold one before. It was a Kobe Bryant vintage Los Angelas Lakers jersey and it sold for about $200. 

It was a good day.

And if I can find one, so can you. Either way, reselling jerseys is still a fun and very profitable way to make money for your eBay business and I defintely recommend that you add the item to your list next time you go thrift shopping. Best of luck!