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What is Replacements.com?
We love out about stuff and have always wanted to know more about Replacements, the large old-school online business that helps you match and “replace” the missing pieces of your china, glass, or silverware. Founded in 1981 by Bob Page, it remains a family operation with an extremely sharp and emotionally vibrant approach that is as much a community as it is a business.
How does Replacements.com work?
You may have searched the Replacements.com to find a replacement for a broken porcelain cup or saucer. But did you know that they also buy your unwanted dinnerware, crystal, and silver? First, contact the company to find out if they are currently purchasing parts for your particular pattern. If so, they will send you an offer with clearly detailed prices.
What are the requirements to sell to Replacements.com?
Items to sell
How do you earn money on Replacements.com?
Replacements.com buys porcelain, crystal, collectibles, silverware, and silver from people like you and me. If you have one or two items that they might be looking for, email them, and proceed from there. Before accepting an offer, please note that you must pay all shipping fees.
How much money can you make on Replacements.com?
There is no clear data on what the average seller makes. But, there have been great successes.
Pros of selling to Replacements.com
- Well known for finding replacements for dishware and missing pieces.
- The broad audience for dish and glassware collectors
- They buy your items directly (if it meets their criteria).
- Some buyer/seller protection.
Cons of selling to Replacements.com
- Condition matters. They only buy mint and almost perfect condition items. No cracks or damage.
- The process is a little cumbrous and will take some time.
How do I sign up to sell to Replacements.com?
To find out how to register on Replacements.com, click here.
What is the website for Replacements.com?
Does Replacements.com have an app?
There are no apps available.
Tucked away in closets, forgotten in attics, or just gathering dust on shelves and mantelpieces – many of us live in homes full of things we no longer need or even like. If you have one or two items that they might be looking for, email them, and proceed from there.
Before accepting an offer, please note that you must pay all shipping fees. Read all the terms and conditions to sell on their site.
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