• January 29, 2023

Resell Jump

Used Inflatables, Used Bounce Houses, Used Jumpers

Used Inflatables, Used Bounce Houses, Used Jumpers

Prices include used blower, repair kit, owners manual, and possibly other used accessories. Most inflatables are manufactured by Magic Jump, Inc. and may include a 6 month warranty.
Call 877-847-1313 for shipping quotes and more details.
Condition – 10 is excellent, 1 is very poor
Additional Used Inflatables
Last Updated: 8/11/2021
Looking for Used Inflatables for Sale at deflated prices? Look no further. This Used Inflatables Sale page is always updated to show the used inflatables that we have to offer. All of the used inflatables described here detail the condition they are in, how they were maintained, and what purpose they were used in. These used inflatables are of high quality commercial grade and are not like the residential inflatables that are sold at retail stores and manufactured overseas.
Contact us at 877-847-1313 to get more information on the used inflatales or to purchase directly through us. We do offer local pickups and can schedule a time to have the inflatable opened to examine.
Have you come across counterfeit licensed inflatable knock-offs? Knock-offs are bad for your business and the entire amusement industry.
Learn why and how you can report them.
Take advantage of Magic Jump’s wealth of resources and information to keep ahead of the curve in the inflatable industry.
Below you’ll find several invaluable links to keep your business running smoothly.
How To Flip Shoes Like a Boss in 2019 - Six Figure ...

How To Flip Shoes Like a Boss in 2019 – Six Figure …

2017 wrapped up super strong, marking the growth of the $1 billion after market share for individual reselling sneakers, but it is getting more and more competitive to do so in 2018.
Check out posts like this beginner’s guide and keep reading on to learn to flip shoes like a boss!
With so many new models releasing, including the most Yeezy’s to release in history in a year, it is hard knowing which models are worth reselling. A lot of newbies are also coming on and saturating the market with their offers. Fakes also are becoming significantly better and more convincing, giving fear to some buyers.
However, with the correct research, and with Jordans becoming harder to buy in 2018, you will profit from the correct knowledge, and learn how to flip like a pro.
As a newbie, you should not ignore this information. Yes, this isn’t 2014 anymore, where every Jordan that dropped was worth a $100 profit each weekend, and where $20, 000 Yeezy’s were flowing hot through the market. Fortunately, with the correct knowledge, one can still profitably participate in 2017 and onwards.
Before you go and pull the trigger on a release, you need to put in the necessary research to know if you’re buying a winner or not. A lot of people jump in and get way too excited and impatient and they go out and buy the first pair of kicks that they see, then they try and sell them and either lose money or are unable to sell them. It’s because they’re buying the wrong kicks.
You need to buy what people want so that you know that it will sell.
Always put your money in sure bets, minimizing your risk to practically nothing.
That said, here are a few tips on how to know which shoes are worth reselling this year:
1. Check the ratings on sneaker news websites
Websites like Kicks on Fire and Sneakernews have ratings out of 5 or 10. Kicks with high ratings are likely to have resale value. Also, check the comments sections of such websites and see what kind of stuff people are saying. Be on the lookout for fire emojis, people drooling over the kicks, and speaking in a tone of desperate envy and desire. Some people even comment that they are expecting to pay resale price (a usually significant markup over retail) for the shoes. All of these are good signs that you’ll be buying something that will sell for a good price.
You can also look at hot sneaker or fashion Instagram accounts and judge by the likes and comments of an upcoming release whether or not a model is worth buying to flip.
2. Go on eBay to research preorders
Simply search the model that you’re thinking about buying, name + “preorder”, and you will see listings. Gauge the amount of listings, if it’s more than 10 or so, that’s a good sign. If the prices are all pretty much the same and more than $50 over retail, it’s worth buying the shoes.
Expert tip: you can toggle the filters on eBay to show which listings have actually sold.
How to use eBay sold/completed listing tool
3. Immerse yourself in the community and network!
Talk to people. You’ll start to get an idea of hot shoes. You can also become a personal hookup for someone that needs shoes and know for sure that it’s worth buying a pair to resell because you have a guaranteed customer.
You’ll want to have a good idea of the sneakerhead culture and history, so it would be worth building up a good knowledge data base all about kicks that those who respect sneakers like if you want to get to the next level in the shoe business.
Let’s take a moment a follow these steps to find a good preorder that you can flip today.
Since I have been selling sneakers for a while, I have a decent idea of what shoes are hot or not. Asking around in the community, I had heard a lot of talk about the Jordan 1 “Game Royal” releasing on March 24 2018.
Let’s have a look at the rating from
Air Jordan 1 “Game Royal” 2018 rating from
4. 36 out of 5 is pretty hot, so that’s a good sign. But a high rating doesn’t always mean resale value.
I like flipping Air Jordan 1’s because at $160, they have a low retail price for Jordans, so there is a higher margin when you are often selling on platforms like eBay or Stockx that will take an average 10% cut. Air Jordan 1’s also have a lot of hype around them since they’re the first Jordan shoes to release so they command attention when a brand new color drops.
Ok, let’s check the market value on eBay, by typing in the model name + preorder, which in this case is Air Jordan 1 Game Royal.
At the current time of this writing, it’s about 1 month before its release of March 24 2018:
Preorders of the 2018 Air Jordan 1 on eBay.
Cool! There are tons of preorders already present on eBay, even one month before the release day. It looks like the average price is around $300, and that there are plenty of listings and bidding action on pairs before the release day.
Doing continued preorder research during the beginning of the week that the shoes will drop is a necessary strategy in this business. It will give you a good idea of whether or not it is worth it to try to secure a certain pair of shoes.
Now we see how getting 1 pair of shoes can easily secure one over $100 in profit!
Do this every weekend and it can pull you in an extra $400-500 per month part time, enough to cover a car payment or a student loan. Imagine being able to get multiple of these shoes, and doing it every weekend.
This article is just a taste of the advanced strategies that are discussed in the exclusive 5 part Hypemaster Playbook, recently updated for 2018, where you can learn to become a sneaker flipping master. You can use these tools to resell sneakers in 2018 and beyond!
Tools and resources are only getting better and with enough consistency and effort, one can scale business to higher and higher levels! (for more inspiration: Check out the post The Journey to over $10, 000 per month reselling sneakers).
2019 is full of amazing releases, like multiple Air Jordan 1’s in addition to Off Whites and Travis Scotts hat will sell for huge amounts of profit, as well as a number of $1000+ shoes that are laid out in this post on Top Sneakers with increased resale value in 2019.
Well that’s it guys, and as always, good luck and I wish you all the best!
Take care,
JVG
Title Jumping - When The Seller's Name Is Not On The Title

Title Jumping – When The Seller’s Name Is Not On The Title

Title jumping is the act of buying a vehicle and selling it without registering the vehicle in your name. The title “jumps” from one owner to the next, without any record. Title jumping is also known as a jumped title or floated title.
Formerly, title jumping was a practice used by car dealers to avoid having to pay taxes on vehicles. Today, though, title jumping is not limited to just car dealers. People title jump for many reasons, but mostly to avoid paying sales tax and to avoid the actual title process.
Title jumping is illegal in every state.
Even if you purchase a vehicle and turn around the next day and sell it, you are legally required to transfer the title into your name. There are exceptions to this rule, though, such as when a title owner is deceased and the next of kin wishes to sell the vehicle.
Title Jumping – Dangers to sellers
You are title jumping if you sell a vehicle without transferring the title into your name.
Most states require you to transfer the title into your name within a specific time period. But even if you miss the time period, you are still required to put the title in your name.
Sellers who do not transfer the title into their name before selling a vehicle technically are not the legal owner of the vehicle. Risks include penalties, fines, and/or jail time.
Title Jumping – Dangers to buyers
If you purchased a vehicle from someone whose name was not on the title, you risk many possible headaches.
Headaches include:
Problems with transferring the title into your name at the DMV
Lengthy back-and-forth with the seller/original title owner
Not knowing how many people the vehicle was owned by. Potential vehicle issues, etc.
In many cases, prior sellers and/or the original title owner cannot be located. This means you are stuck with the burden of figuring out what to do on your own.
If You Are The Victim Of Title Jumping
If you bought a vehicle and the seller’s name was not on the title, you have a few options:
If you bought the vehicle from a private seller, you could try to get the seller (or current title owner, if different) to transfer the title into their name and sign the new title over to you (have your local DMV help you with this)
If you bought the car from a dealership, you could file a claim against the business
In either situation, you could try to get your money back and avoid the headache
If none of the above options work for you, you could possibly get a bonded title
Please note that the last option (bonded title option) is not a solution for everyone. You need to check with your local DMV first before starting the process.
You are always free to take legal action, but most people choose to not do so because of the time and money involved.
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