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Where to sell Star Wars collectibles

If you’re like many Star Wars fans, you probably have a collection of memorabilia and collectibles that you’ve amassed over the years.

From action figures to limited edition posters, there’s no shortage of ways to show off your fandom. However, as your collection grows, you may find yourself wondering where to sell Star Wars collectibles. After all, not everyone wants their home to look like the hallway of an intergalactic space station. 

Luckily, Star Wars collectibles are always in high demand and selling these bad boys is usually a simple feat. To help you get started, we’ve listed out a few of the top places and platforms to get you started.


When it comes to online marketplaces, eBay is still one of the best places to sell your stuff. And with over 157 million monthly active users, you’re sure to find a buyer for your collectibles. Plus, eBay makes it easy to list and ship your items. Just create a listing with a few pictures and a description of your item, set your price, and wait for someone to buy it! 

Do U Have

If you’re not willing to pay transaction fees and manage listings, you can always check out Do U Have. Do U Have is a platform dedicated to buyers — which means buyers post what collectibles or vintage items they’re looking for and sellers can reach out to them directly. It’s an easy, no-hassle way for sellers to find buyers.

Comic Cons

If you’ve got rare or high-end collectibles, then selling at a comic con might be the way to go. You’ll be able to interact with potential buyers face-to-face and haggle over prices. Plus, most comic cons have strict rules against fraud, so you can be sure that you’re not getting scammed. Just be sure to do your research before committing to any comic con; not all of them are created equal! 

Local Collectible Shops

If you want to get rid of your stuff quickly and hassle-free, then selling to a local collectible shop is the way to go. They usually offer less money than you would get if you sold it yourself, but it’s much easier and faster. Just take your stuff down to the shop and they’ll make you an offer on the spot! 

Online Forums

Selling on an online forum is similar to selling on eBay or Amazon in that you’ll need to create a listing with pictures and a description of your item. But unlike those other two sites, online forums usually have specific sections devoted to buying and selling collectibles. This makes it easy for potential buyers to find what they’re looking for. Just be sure to do your research before choosing an online forum; some of them are better than others! 

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