Friday, September 28, 2012

Cage Purchased for $20.00

Today we trekked over to South Bend, Indiana to make the sale of the Birdcage. The accepted offer was for $20.00 for a total profit to date of $18.00.

I accepted a $20.00 bill for the birdcage.
I am now in the market for the nicest, bigger and better $20.00 item I can find!

I have a few ideas, and will keep my adoring fans posted on the developments... as they... develop.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

2 Dollar bill traded for a brand new birdcage

I took this $2.00 bill:
And with it, I traded for:

This birdcage is brand new! It has never had a live animal inside of it.  It boasts a slide-out base for cleaning waste, two food containers that attach to the cage walls, a water container, two wood roosting poles, and a yellow ring toy. It also has two slide up doors, and one large swing out door on the front.

I have added a Ferret Ball toy from my daughter's un-played-with toy collection (with her permission, and at her suggestion).  She will be reimbursed!  This is an electronic / mechanical toy that rolls around in the cage giving the illusion of life.

This toy is hours of fun for any child who wants a pet, but YOU might not :-)

Make me an offer by phone, text, or email. (574) 529-0428

With the proceeds from this, I will purchase another something that is Bigger & Better!

Monday, September 24, 2012

The big idea - $2.00 Trade

I was given this two dollar bill:
The $2.00 bill.

I was told to turn it into $200.  Challenge accepted.  I will do no work.  I will do some travel.

The idea is this:

  • Trade Buy the coolest item possible for the $2.00.
  • Take that item, and sell it for the greatest profit possible.
  • Take the proceeds, and repeat!
This is kind of like a game of bigger & better, except every other round will consist of selling the item instead of trading it outright.

I think this project sounds fun, so that is what will happen.

“Achievement - You can do anything you set your mind to when you have vision, determination, and an endless supply of expendable labor.”
     ~Larry Kersten