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  • But selling Tupperware, in my opinion promises alot and just simply doesn't deliver
  • What they fail to tell you is the expense involved in purchasing and maintaining your own display products (although they will give you a thousand reasons why this is not an expense to you and that you can make money back by reselling the products later) Then take into account the cost of the products, the flyers, the stationary, the display props, the party game prizes, the petrol and car maintenance, not to mention the phone calls and whatever else it takes to organize the party
  • YES you can make money with this business, but personally I believe there are easier businesses out there to start
  • I found them pushy as a company, and customers are, of course out to get the most out of the free gifts they receive (which of course come out of your pocket) By all means if you still think you would like to start selling Tupperware, then go ahead, but just keep your guard up and your mind open if you decide to step into the cauldren

    • by Inspired
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      It all started while sitting at a “Baby Shower” tupperware party. The speech about how wonderful the Tupperware opportunity is, how you can establish a great business part time, in your own hours, and how popular the products are, that they will sell themselves etc etc etc…

      Ridiculously it was not myself, but my husband who was convinced to give the Tupperware business a go. So we signed up some friends and family to have parties for us, hounded some work mates, and we were on our way.

      OK, I


      can tell you now, looking back that we never should have gone down the Tupperware path. Of course, no business is particularly easy to get started, or else everyone would be business tycoons. But selling Tupperware, in my opinion promises alot and just simply doesn’t deliver.

      What they fail to tell you is the expense involved in purchasing and maintaining your own display products (although they will give you a thousand reasons why this is not an expense to you and that you can make money back by reselling the ...


      • products later) Then take into account the cost of the products, the flyers, the stationary, the display props, the party game prizes, the petrol and car maintenance, not to mention the phone calls and whatever else it takes to organize the party. (by now you should be getting the picture)

        So, as you can see, the joy of standing up in front of a bunch of people to sell them plastic is not as easy, or plentiful as it might first seem.

        Yes, tupperware can sell itself to a degree, it’s

        a really popular product worldwide. YES you can make money with this business, but personally I believe there are easier businesses out there to start.

        I found them pushy as a company, and customers are, of course out to get the most out of the free gifts they receive (which of course come out of your pocket)

        By all means if you still think you would like to start selling Tupperware, then go ahead, but just keep your guard up and your mind open if you decide to step into the cauldren!




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