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Every month, I get tons of emails about Designer Handbags. I have been on the search for a trusted, transparent resource for you all to purchase a designer bag you have been coveting but cannot justify the full price tag. Today I am excited to partner with StockX and share this amazing marketplace where you can score designer items at lower price points.
WHAT IS STOCKX?
StockX is the world’s first stock market for actual Things. It is a live bid/ask marketplace, where you can bid on the products you want and some items you can purchase immediately.StockX also uses real-time market data for intelligent buying and selling.
What I love most aboutStockX is that they verify each and every bag before it is shipped to the new owner. The interaction between buyer and seller is anonymous, which makes the transaction as seamless as possible. When you go to each item’s bid page, StockX provides historical pricing data for that particular item. They do not set the prices, the market does.
I am so excited to have found this gorgeous Givenchy Antigona bag at a fraction of the cost. It arrived in excellent condition with the original dust bag and authenticity cards. I immediately knew I had to share this marketplace with my readers.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
1.BUY (Lowest Ask) Items– Part of StockX inventory has prices listed as Lowest Ask. These items the seller has set a minimum price they will accept for them item. If you offer this amount, the transaction will begin and the item will be yours after it passes inspection.
2.BID Items – If the item is a BID item, there will be a current prices listed as the current lowest bid. Your bid will need to be higher that what is shown. After you place your bid, you will now need to wait to see if the seller accepts or rejects your offer.
I am thoroughly impressed with the transparency, the large selection and how seamless StockX makes the buying process. You will always know you are getting the best price and 100% authentic items when shopping on StockX.
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*Thank you to StockX for sponsoring todays post. All opinions are my own.