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April 15, 2010 (WPVI) -- Lots of people love spring because of the warm weather. But bargain-hunters love spring because they know it's prime time for yard sales and garage sales.
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Saving with 6abc has made it even easier to save time and money while picking up great garage sale deals.
Jennifer Gregory is a self-proclaimed garage sale addict who can hit as many as 20 sales in a single Saturday. Saving with 6abc found Jennifer in Wayne, at a sale that was in Karen Grossman's garage. Karen's house is up for sale and she's trying to get rid of things she doesn't want to move.
Karen's held several past sales -- and lowers her prices each time. So now, shoppers can pick up books three for $1, lamps for $1 -- or an entire box of Christmas ornaments for $3.
Karen put price tags on her items -- but says she's definitely willing to negotiate.
In addition to using price tags and being flexible, the key to having a successful garage sale is getting the word out.
That's where our Saving with 6abc Garage Sale tool comes in. It compiles information from CraigsList, other online listings and sales information submitted by local sellers, all in order to give you a comprehensive list of all the sales on any given weekend.
Jennifer says she uses the program and loves it.
You can also find a link to the Garage Sale Finder any time on the Saving with 6abc page of 6abc.com. Just look for the "Saving with 6abc Links" on the right side of the page.
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