When the weather starts getting warmer, you start seeing more signs for Yard and Garage sales. Here are a few apps to help you find that perfect item you’ve been looking for, but don’t want to pay full price for when bought.
Yard Sale Treasure Map
Yard Sale Treasure Maps lets you browse Garage Sales published on Craigslist. Use the search button to locate sales by day location, distance, and keyword. Once you’ve found a sale that interests you, use the Street View mode to get a look at the sale site before arriving. Have friends you like to go to sales with? Use the share feature and let them know what sales you are going to and the route you plan on taking and direction to each sale.
Garage Sale Map – gsalr.com
Garage Sale Map aggregates sales posted on Gsalr.com, YardSaleSearch.com, EstateSales.org, Oodle.com, and YardSales.net to give you a wide variety of sales to peruse each weekend. Browse by sales photos and locations on a map. Select a sale you want and the app provides detailed directions to the sale. Use the filter to order your lists of sales to visit by keyword or day of the week. The favorites option lets you save the location of a sale you want to come back to again later in the year.
Sale Bot Free: Garage Sale Bot
Sale Bot Free is another app that pulls sales from Craigslist and posts them on a map. Tap on a sale and find out more information and view images of sale items. The ad-supported version lets you see the sales around you, but the 99 cents full version not only removes the ads but also helps you optimize your route to visit all your sales without driving any more than necessary.
Garage Sale Accountant
Garage Sale Accountant lets you manage who sold what when having a sale where multiple people are selling items. Use the app to calculate what each person makes date. After the sale, your totals are available for you to distribute profits to each person. That’s it. Garage Sale Accountant is a pretty niche app.
GarageSale: Online Yard Sale
Garage Sale lets you set up your own virtual yard sale. Don’t worry about stacking items up in your garage and having to move them around for the sale. Simply take a photo of the item you want to sell, provide a description and price before posting the item online using the app. Use the built-in editing tools to spruce up those images with one of ten included framework templates. Once you are satisfied with the pictures and ready to sell, go ahead and share the images on the app or your social media accounts.