Do you have some Disney collectibles you’re interested in selling for some quick and easy cash? If so, there are certainly places you should consider selling them to, but also places you should not consider selling them to.
Here’s a quick overview of the best places to sell your Disney collectibles for fast cash:
If what you’re looking for is a fast, top-dollar, all-cash offer for your Disney collectibles, then look no further than here at Neatstuff Collectibles. There’s a reason we’re one of the largest buyers of collectibles nationwide – people continually come back to us time and time again because we pride ourselves on providing the absolute best customer experience possible. And when we are approached with an item we’re interested in purchasing, we make all-cash top-dollar offers! If you want to sell your Disney collectibles to us, simply give us a call at 800-326-7064 or fill out this short seller inquiry form and one of our experts will be able to get the process started immediately.
Local Collectibles Store
Although we are located in New York, Neatstuff Collectibles provides services nationwide. However, if you’re interested in literally selling your Disney collectibles today, then it may be faster to go to your local collectibles store (…although maybe not! Seriously, give us a call and find out!). Hopefully you’re lucky enough to have a collectibles store closeby!
Local Pawn Shop
The next best option for selling your Disney collectibles today is a local pawn shop. Pawn shops are much more common than collectibles stores, however because they are more generalized you may not get as great of a selling price as you would at a specialized location. However if convenience and speed are what you’re after to sell your Disney collectibles for fast cash today, then a pawn shop may be your best option should no other options present themself.
Local Collectors Group
If you’re a part of a collectors group, many of those groups have processes in place to facilitate sales between their members and sometimes even to the general public. Reach out to your group’s leadership to learn what that process looks like for more information to determine how quickly a transaction could take place and if it sounds like something you’d be interested in.
eBay, Craigslist & Facebook Marketplace
Most people immediately think about selling their collectibles online, however if your goal is speed and fast cash, selling online is most likely not the best option for you. Between taking pictures, writing descriptions, answering questions and waiting for offers with no guarantee of ever selling, many people overestimate the success rate and underestimate the final selling price when selling their collectibles online. If you enjoy the process that’s great! However if you’re looking to put cash in your pocket in the next few days, online may not be the best bet.