I have been selling Tupperware for a little over 6 months and I'm loving it.
It's a great way to earn extra $$, and so easy too. Most parties I do are about a $700 average, out of that I make about $140, which I have to work 10 hours at my 'real' job for, and at the most I'm at the hosts place for about 3 hours.
I could send the ladies in NSW a catalogue if they wanted anything, but I personally think it would be easier for you to go online to http://www.tupperware.com.au/
click on the link to request a catalogue and a demonstrator in your area will be in touch.
You don't have to have a party to buy, many of my friends have a look at the catalogue and monthly previews and buy from me that way. I put in an order most weeks so they know they can get things as they go (like Modular Mates) rather than spend a fortune in one go. As one lady from my mg said her hubby would notice if she spent a couple of hundred dollars on it, but $20-$40 a week he doesn't notice.
BigBoy I'd definately give it a go if you're thinking of selling it. It's a great pocket money earner, a great way to meet people, get away from the kids and get yourself cheap Tupperware as you get it @ 30% off. Also they are constantly having sales challenges that you get extra rewards along with your profits.
So far I have gotten a pair of gold earrings, a gold bangle, a wall clock, a message board, a leather handbag as well as vouchers to spend on products for my home or kit. At the moment I am aiming to sell $4000 this month (July) so that when I go to the new range release next month I'll qualify for 3 free products from the new range. Last release I walked away with about $200 worth of free product.
Give it a go what have you got to loose, if it all goes to hell in a handbasket you work for (approx) 4 parties so your kit is paid off but you are left with about $700 of quality Tupperware. Tupperware is one of the only party plan businesses where you pay no money up front for your kit. I had a Lorraine Lea party last week and they pay $500 plus have to do 6 (or more) parties to pay their kit off. And they have to carry SO MUCH stuff.