How to Sell Supreme

Christian Cox, Staff Writer

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The average yearly cost of living in the United States is about $20,000 per person. The average minimum wage is $7.25, so working at minimum wage to make a living, you’d have to work fifty three hours a week. What if I said you can make a living working only a few minutes each week?

Many streetwear brands resale at prices two to three times their retail value.

The most famous streetwear brand is Supreme, a skateboarding shop and clothing brand that was established in New York City in April 1994.

Many people make a living from buying and reselling Supreme clothing. Supreme releases new items of clothing and accessories every week at a quantity low enough to keep the clothing “rare,” raising the value of each item.

A classic Supreme “box logo” t-shirt that reads Supreme across the chest retails for $44, these shirts commonly resale for $200, sometimes even more.

Supreme “drops” happen every Thursday at 11:00 am ET, and items often sell out in seconds.

If you’re sick of working long hours to make a living, ditch the minimum wage and be ready to buy every Thursday at 11:00 am ET.

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