I spent $5 on two golf accessories at the thrift store that resell for $135 and one sold in less than 24 hours
A SAVVY shopper paid $5 for two golf accessories that are worth $135.
Thrift stores are often packed to the brim with sporting goods.
Whether from a failed hobby or someone retiring from the game, the equipment they donate still holds value.
On TikTok, David (@linecreekboutique) showed how he quickly found two golf clubs that could earn him $135 in profit.
In a TikTok, he explained that the sporting goods section is his favorite area to look for valuable items at thrift stores.
Almost immediately he found a TaylorMade r9 Fairway Wood club.
On eBay, he saw that others had sold for anywhere from $45 to $50, and this one was priced at just $3.
It was in good shape and as he was putting it in the cart he spotted another club on the same rack.
This one was also from TaylorMade and was a m4 Five Iron. David said it should sell for at least $80, and he bought it for $2.
Once he got home, he took several pictures of the clubs and wrote listed them with all the specific information, including the dimensions.
The five iron sold in less than 24 hours for $85 plus shipping.
In the comments, David said there is "definitely money to be made" by reselling golf clubs.
Another TikTok user commented that they had just sold their first club for $99 after finding it at a second-hand shop for just $10.
Fellow bargain hunter and TikToker (@SurfsUpFinds) also found some valuable golf clubs.
The thrifter found a full set of Cleveland golf clubs and bought them for $2 a piece.
“I hardly ever find good golf clubs - and a full set,” he said.
He revealed that new clubs from the brand sell for anywhere from $85.71 to $800 per club.
The bargain hunter revealed that those same clubs have sold on eBay anywhere from $120 up to $185.
At another thrift store, he found a rare sports jersey that was worth $1.5million all because of a small detail.
The replica of NFL legend Peyton Manning's old Indianapolis Colts jersey was priced at just $5 at the thrift store.
His research showed that one of these jerseys went for a whopping $1.5milion, and nearly all the others sold for upwards of $30.
A shopper paid $8.99 for a set of golf clubs at Goodwill that were worth $350.
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