6 Things – You Should Never Buy Them New

Sometimes, the cost of some used items is far less than you will pay for a new one. And the fact is that you don’t have to a buy these things new all the time. Some used items are so costly new and easy to find, so buying them in retail stores or online retainers makes no sense. We’ve compiled this list of 6 things you never need to buy new. These 6 used items are far more cost-effective than you think.

1. Books

If you are a big fan of a favorite author and wait for a book’s release, you can buy it new. If you are going to a book signing to ask for a signing, of course, you need to buy a book new, unless you have a copy already.

However, if you only need some books for recreational reading, you don’t have to buy new books which can be costly. Buying used books can be eco-friendly and help to save some bucks for you. You can easily find these inexpensive used books at yard sales, thrift stores, indoor flea markets, etc. Some online retailers also offer used books for sale.

2. Movies and Music

DVDs and CDs have become outdated, because the world nowadays has gone digital. You will find there are so many music and movies at thrift stores and garage sales. However, even buying these used CDs or DVDs is also so cheaper than you think. Generally, every flea market at least has one seller who specializes selling used movies and music.

If the cost of buying used DVDs or CDs is cheaper than the cost of downloading, why not buy a used one. However, if you don’t have a device to play them, you need to consider.

3. Baby and Children’s Clothing

Infants, babies, toddlers, and young children grow very fast. You will find they outgrow their clothes very fast. What’s worse, they tend to stain their clothes with various sorts of substance. Therefore, it doesn’t need to buy them new.

You can buy used clothes at thrift stores and garage sales with ease. Most of them look brand new. This is because the children of the original owners grew too fast that they only wore these clothes several times. Some clothes even are completely new, because these clothes are shower and holiday gifts sent by their friends, but the children of the original owner could not have the chance to wear them. Of course, you can insist on your high-end style and buy your baby new clothes at local stores.

4. Specialty Kitchen Appliances

In a holiday, you may receive many gifts. For example, I received a meat slicer as a holiday gift. However, actually, I don’t need a meat slicer. The best solution is to sell it, or it is just a waste of money. And you happen to need a bread maker and you can cost less to buy from me. It is a win-win decision. This also means you’d better not cost money to buy trendy specialty appliances new online or at a local store. Instead, you can easily find one at a thrift store or a yard sale. Craigslist is also a great website for you to look for something special. And then, if you find you use your pasta maker, soda maker etc. more than once or twice, you can invest a high-end model for efficiency.

5. Silverware

Today, we get used to stainless flatware, because it is more practical. However, it doesn’t seem as enchanting as silverware. If you are going to whip out a polishing cloth on occasion, you really need to invest in a set of real silverware. However, it is not recommended to buy it new at a high-end department store. You will pay more for this. Actually, you can find your favorite sets at antique malls and estate sales but spend less. You can have a try.

6. Sports and Exercise Equipment

It is not strange to see a treadmill or stationary bike at a yard sale. I almost see them every weekend. People tend to buy something they think you need but actually they don’t have to buy it because of many reasons. I bought a stationary bike, but I rarely ride it. I only use it as a drying rack for my clothes which I didn’t want to shrink in the dryer. The ordinal owner will feel happy if you buy it. Of course, you will get a lower price than you can think.