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Sites Where You Can Buy and Sell Second-hand or New Products in Turkey

1-Sahibinden.com

It is indisputably one of the most popular sites in Turkey where you can see all the ads for sale and rental, including houses, cars, motorcycles, marine vehicles and construction equipment in Turkey.

2-Emlakjet.com

It is a real estate website where you can see houses, land, summer houses, business centers and residences and categorize the ads according to the preferences of the bank, owner or real estate office.

3-Arabam.com

Rental Vehicles, Agricultural equipments, Sedan, SUV, Cabriolet, as well as passenger cars, popular website for sale only vehicles.

4-Dolap

Popular stores, small boutiques and a website where users can buy and sell second-hand and unused clothes, shoes, sunglasses, coats.

5-Letgo

Website where users sell most second-hand items such as watches, jewelery and unused clothes, especially technological devices (phones, computers, etc.)

6-Zingat

A real estate site where you can find projects for sale, offices for rent and daily rental apartments.

7-Hepsiemlak

You can reach all the house, flat, office and real estate advertisements you are looking for for sale & rent both from the owner and through the real estate offices.

8-Araba.com

A website where you can easily communicate with advertisers by comparing used cars, motorcycles, off-road vehicles and much more among thousands of ads.

9-Getir

Getir is a company founded in 2015. Through the mobile app, the restaurant offers delivery service for food deliveries and grocery items. The company provides services in various European countries, primarily in Turkey.

10-Yemeksepeti

Yemeksepeti is an online food ordering site. Founded in 2001, the site has more than 20 million members and receives an average of 600 thousand orders per day. Yemeksepeti enabled 32,437 new restaurants to go digital and to online takeaway system in 2020.

11-Trendyol

Trendyol is an Istanbul-based e-commerce market. Trendyol was founded in 2010 as a clothing shopping site.

12-Hepsiburada

Hepsiburada.com is an online shopping site that has been operating since 1998. It was chosen as Turkey’s most popular brand in 2011, 2012 and 2013, and the E-commerce site of the year in 2013.

13-N11

n11.com is an open market e-commerce platform operating in Turkey and providing business-to-consumer sales services over the internet. It was founded in March 2013 by Doğuş Planet.

14-Çiçeksepeti

Çiçeksepeti is a company that offers online flower, souvenir and gourmet gift delivery services. It was founded in 2006 by Emre Aydın. It is a site where you can order flowers to all provinces of Turkey. The site also sells gourmet products, jewelry, fruit baskets and souvenirs.

15-Amazon TR

Amazon.com, Inc. It is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Seattle, Washington, focusing on e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming and artificial intelligence. Along with Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook, it is included in the list of “Top Five Companies Hosting Information Technologies” in the USA. Amazon TR is its branch operating in Turkey.

16-Boyner

Boyner Büyük Mağazacılık A.Ş. is a Turkish retail company that mainly sells textile products. In 2013, it owned 78 Boyner and 61 YKM stores in 37 provinces of Turkey and employed approximately 5,200 people.

17-İstegelsin

Istegelsin is a company that was established in Istanbul in 2018 and provides online grocery delivery services.

18-Morhipo

Morhipo is an e-commerce brand founded by Boyner Holding. Besides being a clothing store, Morhipo also sells household goods and cosmetics. In 2015, she launched her own brand, People by Fabrika, Agenda, D by Divarese, on her website.

19-Vakko&Vakkorama

Vakko is a Turkish company that produces and sells luxury ready-to-wear products. It was founded in 1934 with the initiative of Vitali Hakko in Sultanhamam under the name Şen Hat. It continued its production under the name Vakko after the 1940s and opened its first big store in Istanbul’s Beyoğlu district in 1962. In 1969, the first Vakko Factory was established in Merter. At that time it was the largest in Turkey in its sector. Having opened its second and third stores in Ankara in 1973 and İzmir in 1979, Vakko began to expand its retail network even more.

20-Beymen

Beymen was founded in 1971 by Osman Boyner as one of Turkey’s ready-made clothing brands. Beymen, which owns Beymen Multibrand Stores, Beymen Club, Beymen Blender and Beymen Shu sub-brands, has 42 stores across Turkey as of 2020.

Mehmet Sarıusta

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