Well now that Christmas is finally around the corner there a chance to get into that festive spirit. I don’t know about you but Christmas is definitely my favorite time of year and not only because of the beautiful decorations and everyone’s spirits are lifted. While these are good reasons another reason is because the market is filled with buyers. People come online to buy products for Christmas, decorations and all sorts. Sales triple around December. Not only do the iPhones and iPods I sell, increase revenue substantially, but the fact I buy wholesale Christmas decorations and sell them off.
That’s right buying Christmas decorations on wholesale is a very profitable market. Look to eBay and you will see. However eBay is not the only place you can sell these. There are many stalls around looking to make extra money for Christmas. What I do is I bundle up these decorations and make packs of 5 or 10 and sell them to people at markets and stalls. These decorations allow the market sellers to make a lot of money selling the decorations individually packed.
Wholesale Christmas decorations are solely a $1500+ business per week. The fact is once these sellers need more decorations, who are they going to call? Me obviously. You can easily take advantage of a good situation. Its basically a win win situation for both parties. You sell the goods on wholesale while still making a profit. The market seller sells these on at a increased price and also profits. Christmas ornaments can also be profitable when buying from a wholesaler.
You can also sell these on eBay under the wholesale lots. People look there daily to get a bargain and there are many to be bought. Obviously Christmas decorations on wholesale are not the only products you can do this with. As I mentioned you could sell mobile phones, iPods, the list goes on. However, taking advantage of a profitable season is where you can make a lot of money. For example, Halloween just passed. Do you think I made money selling costumes? That’s a definite yes! Wholesale Halloween costumes sell like crazy. Festival times are here to stay why not make money in an untapped niche?