What Can You Sell On Twig?

What can you sell on Twig?
Credit: Twig

What can you sell on Twig?
Credit: Twig

If you're new to the app and wondering what items you can sell on Twig, you're not alone.

Twig is a fintech app that offers a quick and easy way to sell your unused or unwanted items for instant cash. From designer handbags and clothing to smartphones and tablets, Twig accepts a wide range of products.

In this article, we'll explore all the items that you can sell on Twig and share some tips to make sure your items meet the quality standard. So, let's get started!

What can you sell on Twig?

You can sell clothing, electronics, bags, sunglasses, and shoes on Twig.

Within electronics, you can sell phones, laptops and tablets. And clothing items include dresses, hoodies & sweatshirts, jackets & coats, jeans, shorts, skirts, sweaters, cardigans & knitwear, t-shirts, shirts & tops, and trousers/pants.

However, only certain brands are accepted. But they have plans to expand their categories of purchase as well as brands in the future. So, it's always a good idea to check the app for the most up-to-date information on what items you can sell on Twig.

It is worth mentioning that Twig accepts only items that pass their quality assurance test. If your item fails the test, it will be returned to you and you will be charged for the shipping costs (£2.80) of returning your item to you from their warehouse.

Things to know before selling on Twig

As we mentioned before, your items should pass their quality assurance test. And in order for the items to pass, there are some things that you need to get right.

The first thing is to be honest and transparent when selling items on Twig. Your items do not need to be in mint condition, but you must ensure that the items reflect the description and details you have mentioned on the app.

Here are some other things that you should be aware of when selling things on Twig.

Clothing or fabric material-based products

  • They do not accept clothes with stains or holes in them.
  • Seconds or products with manufacturing defects are not accepted either.
  • Clothes with missing or damaged fastenings (eg buttons, zips and other fastenings) will be rejected.
  • Counterfeit or fake items are a big no-no.
  • Products that have been customised, modified or personalised will be rejected as well.
  • Also, they do not accept clothes with the original brand or laundry label removed.
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So, if you're going to sell clothing or fabric material-based products, it's a good idea to wash them and make sure that they do not have any animal or human hair on them.

Technology based products

Make sure you select the correct condition when cashing out electronics: good, poor or faulty. Each item will be tested using industry-leading diagnostic software where available and must pass as fully functional to be classed as a working item.

Any working item should:

  • Power on
  • Be fully functional
  • Have a fully working operating system
  • Have no cracks or chips
  • Show no pixel damage of LCD defects
  • Not be bent
  • Include its battery
  • Not have water indicators showing

Any functional defect with the item will result in the item being classed as faulty and revalued in accordance with the app's grading criteria. Also, it goes without saying that all items must be deregistered from any associated accounts (e.g Apple, Google, etc).

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