Dollar Tree Retail Arbitrage! Selling Stuff from Dollar Tree on Amazon FBA + eBay

Dollar Tree Retail Arbitrage! Selling Stuff from Dollar Tree on Amazon FBA + eBay

I go over how much you can make selling stuff from Dollar Tree by doing retail arbitrage and flipping it on Amazon FBA and eBay.

I used to buy items from Dollar Tree, make bundles, and multi-packs to sell on Amazon FBA and eBay. There is money to be made and I’ll share some of my tips, tricks and ideas.

What tools do I need to sell on Amazon FBA and eBay? Here is what I use for my reselling business below.

I’m Wick and I am a reseller for a living. I find things at garage sales, thrift stores, and even clearance at retail stores to sell. I do online arbitrage, retail arbitrage, and buy locally. While the majority of my business is done through Amazon FBA, I also sell on eBay or anywhere else I can flip the junk that I find.

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Q: What Apps do you use to sell online (eBay and Amazon)?

A: I search the eBay sold and completed listings to get an idea of what products are selling for. I use the Amazon Seller App to scan for FBA. Seller app —

Q: Can you make a living selling online?

A: Yes, the difficulty is based on how much effort you put in and how much you need to make each month. I do this full time.

Q: Where do you find your clearance products to resell?

A: Literally everywhere. Check end caps and look for clearance aisles, but mostly it will be mixed in. Ask a manager if there’s any good clearance deals and build a relationship if possible.

Q: Do you make a full-time living selling online?

A: I do. All my bills are covered, I’m able to save a good amount, and put money back into the business. I also do other things to make money, but reselling is the meat. It takes a lot of work and dedication to make a full-time living reselling.

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13 Thoughts to “Dollar Tree Retail Arbitrage! Selling Stuff from Dollar Tree on Amazon FBA + eBay”

  1. Im buying items from the Dollar Tree and I'm making a lot of money on Amazon. I hope Amazon don't ask me for invoices. Anyways I have plan B and C.

  2. CAUTIONl: If Amazon flags your account, which can happen for a lot of reasons, they will ask for an invoice. Dollar Store purchases are receipts and will get your account blocked, and your items and account money will be held.

  3. Hawaii has no dollar stores, but they have Amazon 😜

  4. im soon to be your buyer-i live on the big island with no dollar tree-and found they wont ship here-little things for the price of paradise i guess-but i really miss the unique and quirky items you dont find in lrg retail stores

  5. Would you be willing to make a video on all ungated items or some ungated items for new FBA Amazon sellers to begin with because I know you have to get ungated for certain products which are some good ones that are ungated from beginning to start with

  6. I used to make gift baskets using products from an MLM, but I never thought about bundling things to make gift sets on eBay! This is such a great idea and you can be creative! I agree, it's such a bummer when people race to the bottom, then no one is making money! Thank you, as always, for your awesome content, I have a Flipping Junk Pinterest board where I share all of your videos (one small thing I can do for the resellers who spend so much time sharing their knowledge with me) so hopefully it will help a few people find you who may not have otherwise πŸ™‚

  7. Just sell VCR's on Amazon. Most people do not want to deal with it. Get a system down and it will go quickly and they sell quick.

  8. Hey flipping awesome video as always. Quick question , when you go to a store and spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on clearance items or just profitable items do the employees ever ask what you are going to do with all the merchandise? If so what is your response ? Thanks for the help 😁

  9. WOO HOO! Let's everybody buy and resell the same products online! YAY! We're going to get rich together!

  10. I do not recommend buying UPC codes from anywhere b/c of the them are fakes. If you want to buy real UPC code, it will cost you few thousands of dollars for one UPC Code. I remember back in 2017 where Amazon was cracking down on fake UPC code on their platform. And also, selling Dollar Tree items on Amazon are really risky b/c if someone claims that you are selling "fake item", only way to disapprove it is by showing your receipt but the problem is Dollar Tree receipt is that it is very generic, it doesn't show product name or UPC code on the receipt. You are screwed. If you are starting out new, DON"T DO RA but rather sell collectible vintage paper (postcards, photos, magazine etc..). Most vintage paper items are really cheap and you could flip them for decent money. For example, if you were able to find busy Hong Kong street Photo Postcard, you could flip them at at least +$200, it could go high as $1,000. Funny thing is that you could get most postcard at $0.25~$1.00, but sometimes you have to pay up $5 to $10. If you want to learn more about postcard, follow "the auction professor" and "popeye postcards" on youtube

  11. Your timing is hilarious because I just sent my first 2 boxes of Dollar Tree stuff to AZ. Luckily you didnt show my stuff in your video. My strategy is to make small but steady money on AZ and bigger money on EBay. I try to retail arbitrage nondescript items to stay out of trouble with the AZ police. It works well for me and brings in about $500 profit/month.

  12. Dollar Tree bought Family Dollar in 2015. Dollar General is Dollar Tree's biggest competition. Neither owns the other.

  13. I feel like people make these Dollar Tree videos and the ultimate conclusion is it’s not really worth it.

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