Do you have any old Tupperware lying around? If you do, you must know about the new market for vintage Tupperware. Tupperware sets are selling for hundreds of dollars on sites like eBay and Etsy. So, if you have some vintage Tupperware in your home, you may want to look into how much it is worth these days. You could make some extra cash. Who doesn’t want that?
It seems as though select sets like Tupperware’s Wonderlier line or Servalier line could sell for several hundred dollars. Many other vintage Tupperware pieces sell online for around $2 to $20 each. The price you can get depends on the quality and condition of each piece too. Generally, older pieces sell the best because they may be rare.
The Most Sought After Tupperware Pieces
Some people are even starting vintage Tupperware shops online. They scour garage sales, estates sales, thrift shops, and other places for old Tupperware that they could flip for a profit. One seller says that the best seller of old Tupperware is the Crystal color. Tupperware actually still sells replacement lids in that exact shade. Did you know that?
There is another line of Tupperware products that are highly popular too. It is the Millionaire line which includes pink, green, and blue pieces. They still look so cool! Check your attic or basement for old Tupperware pieces and look up how much they are worth. If you regularly visit thrift shops or garage sales, make sure to grab some Tupperware if you find it. You could actually make a decent profit from selling them.
Look For Your Vintage Pyrex Sets Too
Right now, on eBay there are over 19,000 listings for “vintage Tupperware” and it is the #1 trending search. $2 to $20 might not seem like a lot, but if your mom was anything like ours, she had anywhere between 10 to 30 pieces of Tupperware and they were all in pristine condition. That can add up quick! One person managed to snag $800 for their vintage glass Tupperware set.
Remember that vintage Pyrex pieces are worth cash too. The great thing about Pyrex and Tupperware is that they are made to last, especially older pieces. You can still have high quality, good condition pieces from decades ago.
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If you are unsure if vintage Tupperware is legitimate, check out a mold number (two-part number) stamped on the product. It should also say Tupperware somewhere on the piece. This is how you know it is authentic. Do you have any old Tupperware pieces or sets lying around? Do you think they are worth money? Or could you never give them up?
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Tell me I'm not the only one who still uses vintage Tupperware? 😁 It's been a while since I listed any, and I had no idea I'd managed to pile up this many pieces! I'm in a bit of a decluttering mood, so I can definitely make some deals here. 😉 If you want to provide a home for any of these cuties, just let me know! ______________________ Thisattic.etsy.com
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