And I was amazed at the turnout and results ! I advertised it as a "Pop Up LP and Vinyl Sale" in Facebook Groups and on Craigslist. I explicitly stated I would disclose the address the day before the event, and that it starts at 8am sharp...not 7 or 7:30. Inventory was about 600 LPs and about 750 45's. One box of about 30 LPs was $10 for each LP / 3 for $20. About 6 boxes of LPs were $5 for each LP and 3 for $10. The rest, including the 45's, were $1 each. I had previously gone through everything, and all was fairly priced. Lots of common (non valuable) titles, lots of bad covers/good LPs, lots of just OK condition, etc. I set up everything before 7:50, and went back into my house for about 2 min. When I returned to my driveway -before 7:55am- there were 6 people already looking through everything ! I jokingly asked if anyone read the listing regarding the start time.... This first group gave me a lot of push back because I didn't have any "bargains" or Beatles/Stones/Zepplin etc.... This first group was an assortment of known dealers and flippers and I explained that everything for sale was fairly priced, and anything remotely valuable is sold online. A lot of grumbling...and they left empty handed. After about a 5min wait, more people showed up and I had a steady stream of buyers for the next 3hrs. EVERYONE after the first group were wonderful to work with. A lot of young people, ranging in age from about 10yrs old (yes abt 10yrs old) to 30, then older collectors. I asked about what equipment they used, and most seemed to use a low end box from Target/Amazon or a Technics 1200. Purchasing tastes ran the gamut from classic C&W, to hard rock, 60's rock, new wave and punk etc. Several were very knowledgeable about what they collected and what they listened to. Always nice to meet fellow collectors ! Many of us have accumulated records that we no longer want (or never wanted), and have struggled with how to get rid of them. None of us really want to dump them at Goodwill, or be at the mercy of a dealer. For a few hours of your time, holding a popup or garage sale is a great way to spend a few hours on Sat morning, meet some great people -and- end up with a lot more money than you thought your discards would be worth. This is the 4th such sale I have held in the past year....and each has been very successful in terms of what was sold and how much I made. Give it a try !