While not a fully-fledged ecommerce site builder, this new plugin service by South African media giant Naspers, relies on pay-as-you-go payments that takes care of your online shop’s products, getting them from A to B. Pricing depends on the quantity and type of products. Some sites using its service include the popular etailer Spree. If you’re selling a big ticket item such as a car or boat, you can check prices online through sites like Kelley Blue Book or NADA. 2. Price it Right. Once you’ve done your research and checked out the market price, you’ll want to price your item competitively. Sort out your best clothes and sell them to a consignment store, at a consignment sale, or through eBay. Group the rest into lots, and post an ad on Craigslist or in your local classifieds. Sell anything you have left in a yard sale. Another option for selling clothes: List your vintage pieces on etsy.com.