If you are looking to sell amazon returns (or any other kind of inventory you get from liquidation pallets) either online or in-person, you need a way to source that inventory. Liquidation pallets can be a great way to supply your garage sales, ebay store, flea market stall, or even just to make a little side-hustle cash on facebook marketplace. Whatever your reasoning, you need a reliable place to source inventory and, through my years of purchasing both less than truckload and full truckload loads of online returns, I’ve discovered the best websites that will sell you individual pallets direct to your home. There’s no guarantee that every pallet you buy is going to be a home run, but if you put in your work and learn the basics, online resale can be a very lucrative side hustle.
BStockSupply.com is a subsidiary marketplace on the larger website, Bstock.com. On Bstock.com, you can get great deals on truckload or large LTL shipments, but bstocksupply.com is where you are going to find more single pallet listings. The website is primarily auctions starting at $300, but you will still find people who are selling their pallet loads at higher starting prices. As with any website, you will need to research the items you see in the pictures and be fine with the risks associated with purchasing unmanifested lots, but it’s still a great place to look.
Liquidation.com is not my favorite, but I need to include it on the list because some people like it a lot. Personally, I had a terrible, terrible customer service experience with them that has turned me off, but if you are looking to bid on Amazon (or Walmart or Lowe’s or Home Depot or Wayfair) returns, this is one of the main marketplaces you need to consider. Just make sure you don’t expect a lot from their customer service, as, in my experience, they were quick to take the side of the pallet seller.
TechLiquidators.com is where Best Buy sells many of their returns, both in store and online, as well as occasional shelf-pull lots. The bidding will be much higher on this website than the others because the pallets usually have up-to-date tech products that are expected to sell quickly. I’ve gotten lucky and sniped a few auctions on the website, but any deal where you make 10x your investment is going to be few and far between, at least compared to people who are more familiar with using garage sales or thrift stores as their main sourcing location.
This isn’t like the others but when you find a good deal on craigslist, you REALLY find a good deal. I know people who, over the past year, have lucked into tens of thousands of dollars in palletized inventory on craigslist because the people wanting to get rid of it had no other choices or weren’t tech savvy enough to sell the items themselves. Check the “business” section of for sale for most of the good deals.
888Lots.com has less of a web presence than BstockSupply.com. but don’t write them off because of how their website looks, there are plenty of great deals to be found. They have a bit more complex pricing than the standard auction format many of these websites rely on, but it’s not so complicated that you can figure it out in ten or fifteen minutes. They’re located in New Jersey, so freight might be more of an issue if you’re reading on the west coast, but for everyone in the East or Midwest, it’s worth checking out.