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What to sell in January

what to sell in jan

In with the new and out with the old! This Christmas did you replace your iPhone 5 with an iPhone 6? Or your PS3 with a PS4? Sell the previous models of your electronics quick because this time of year is when our users search for bargains!


  1. Snowblower
  2. Tractor
  3. Skidoo
  4. Jobs
  5. King bed

Top recent searches: Toyota Corolla, 4×4 and PS4


  1. Guitar
  2. Nissan Skyline
  3. LEGO
  4. Snowblower
  5. Treadmill

Top recent searches: MacBook, Futon and iPhone


  1. LEGO
  2. Playstation 4
  3. Dresser
  4. IKEA
  5. iPhone

Top recent searches: PS4, PS3 and Xbox One


  1. BMW
  2. Diesel
  3. Honda Civic
  4. Lancer
  5. Mustang

Top recent searches: Wood stove, Nissan Pathfinder and ATV

Campbell River

  1. Motorhome
  2. Porsche
  3. Firewood
  4. ATV
  5. Camper

Top recent searches: Jeep, LEGO and night table


  1. Mustang
  2. “For trade”  (Nanaimoites love to trade vehicles)
  3. Camper
  4. Camaro
  5. Diesel

Top recent searches: Kayak, couch and Tracker.


  1. Projector
  2. Guitar
  3. Jeep
  4. Firewood
  5. TV

Top recent searches: Kayak, furnace and Ford F150


  1. IKEA
  2. Dresser
  3. Jeep
  4. Desk
  5. Couch

Top recent searches: PS4, teak and iPhone

Start the new year by selling your old stuff on!

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2 Responses to “What to sell in January”

Darren Lowe

That was an interesting read, Harrison. While not an object for sale, I’ve been surprised by the number of people who have contacted me in the last few days about preparing new resumes. “A new year, a new job” may be in the back of the mind of some of’s readers. Happy New Year!



    There was an article on Fast Company this morning that said today (Jan 6) is the most popular day of the year to look for new jobs. You must be on to something!

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