Become a SUPER Seller!

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Is consigning your stuff worth it?

Consignor (Seller) registration is now open.  Sign up here!



Yes!  Here's why:

-You don't have to worry about the weather like you would with a garage sale.

-No more B/S/T board madness or meet-ups

-No price haggling

-Thousands of shoppers equals more items sold

-You don't have to be present for your items to sell and we're open more hours than a garage sale!

We do all of the advertising.

-We accept more of your items than a re-sale store would.


A few other seller highlights:

-Make 70% of your total sales

-Track your sales each evening from home

-Help local families by donating unsold items and receive the tax benefit

-Shop early at the Preview Sale!

-Receive a check for your sales within 5 days after the sale!



what items do we accept into the sale?

-Children's clothing and shoes free of stains, holes, or excessive wear - sizes preemie to youth 14/16

-Dress-up clothes, swim suits, coats, jackets, pajamas, athletic wear

-Cloth diapers, maternity clothing, and nursing gear

-Equipment like strollers, bouncy chairs, swings, high chairs, pack & plays, diaper bags, baby carriers, baby monitors

-Outdoor equipment and toys like slides, swings, bikes, scooters, play kitchens, train tables, learning cubes, wagons, sand & water tables, doll houses, sports equipment

-Nursery items like changing tables, bassinets and cradles, cribs and toddler beds, rocking chairs and gliders, nursery decor, kids' tables and chairs, blankets, swaddlers, crib sheets, potty chairs, bath tubs

-Toys, games, puzzles, books, arts & crafts supplies, and DVDs

Items not accepted

-Car Seats

-Cribs manufactured before July 2011

-Breast pumps

-Mattresses

-Clothing that is stained, torn, overly worn, missing buttons/zippers, or smells badly

-Stuffed animals unless battery operated 

-Toys from fast food meals

-Items showing excessive wear, covered in stickers or writing

-Bath toys, unless new in packaging

-Items that have been recalled (check www.cpsc.gov)

-VHS tapes

-Battery operated items that do not have working batteries

-Undergarments (unless new in package)

-Broken items

pricing guidelines

One of the great things about consigning your items is that YOU get to set the price!  You decide what price to sell your items, and whether or not they will be sold for half price on the final day.  


A few tips:  

-Price your items as if you were the buyer, not the seller.  Think about what you would be willing to pay if you were the buyer.  

-The goal is to SELL your items.  Be careful not to over price.  Pricing competitively helps items sell.

-Consignors who include their items in the half price sale tend to sell more items and make more money!

-Use Consignment Mommies' Price Guide to help you out when pricing clothing.