WHETHER you're looking for a bargain or some vintage and retro gems, there will be plenty of pre-loved treasures to be found on Australia's largest Garage Sale Trail this Saturday.
Sellers can register online for the chance to get rid of unwanted items without taking a trip to the tip and you don't even need a garage to participate.
Jessica Bignill from Castle Hill will take part in the national event with her suitcase full of rugby league memorabilia which she hopes to sell at Dural Public School.
The 22-year-old comes from a "footy mad" family who have more merchandise than they need.
"It's all authentic merchandise and I know it could go to someone who wants it much more than I do," Ms Bignill said. "I like the Garage Sale Trail because you can sell things you don't need and buyers can score some real treasures at a fraction of the regular price."
Stall holders pay $30 to sell their items at the school.
Register: Online at garagesaletrail.com.au or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
■Tips for success:
● When deciding what to sell, think about when was the last time you used the item, if and when you will use it again and whether or not it is worth the space it takes up;
●Register your sale online and upload photos of items you wish to sell; and
●To gauge the item’s market value, read the official guide on the new eBay.