Post-Holiday Savings Tips: Sell Unwanted Items And Gift Cards For Cash | NBC News NOW

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NBC News’ Stephanie Ruhle has some tips to help you save some money after your holiday haul misses the mark. » Subscribe to NBC News: » Watch more NBC video: NBC News Digital is a collection of innovative and powerful news brands that d...

I'M stephanie ruhle and this is better business. I know thinking about your finances, it's hard we like to avoid, especially during and after the holidays, and that's where we are, but do not worry. We are with you. We have got you covered, i'm here to help you figure it all that i'm not alone. In saying this, we have all gotten a gift that we didn't really like. Well, don't just let these gifts t ...
rn into clutter in your house. You can sell or donate them that way you can pay off your holiday debts or make someone else's day a little bit brighter. If you need to make room in your closet for some new christmas sweatersgently used, clothing can sell for a pretty penny online. Some sites, like poshmark thread up you, can go to them and turn those unwanted items into cash. Next up, have you thought about gift cards? Did you know? 1 billion dollars in gift cards go unused every single year. Gift cards are well-meaning. I guess what? If you don't use them, it's like losing money, you throw out a drawer full of $ 20 bills who thinks up so here's what you can do, sell or exchange your gift certificates or something you're.

Actually, gon na use check out gift card, granny card pool and card cash to see. If you can resell yours, here's a big one. It is okto re gift, you're allowed to give someone a gift that they might like more than you liked it. Ree gifting is a bad bad rap, but if the alternative is throwing it away, we're never actually using it, then i'm gon na say regifter is an excellent idea and before you throw anything away, see if you can donate it first, i know you're sick of looking At it - and you want it out of your house, but imagine somebody else's house could really use clothes. Gift cards and items that can be used or even sold at a thrift store are all welcome donations. If you decide to go that route, make sure you get a receipt of. Yourdonation is after the holiday season comes tax season and you want to use it. It'S right off, that is my better business thought of the week for more money. Tips, go to nbc news, comm, slash! Better, hey, see news viewers thanks for checking out our youtube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos. Over here to watch, the latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusives thanks for watching.

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