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It's consignment sale season!

Posted February 18, 2014

 

It's that time of the year when the huge consignment sales take place and you can score deals on just about everything for your kids. Sarah, with Go Ask Mom, has put together a thorough database with area sales and details. If you are looking to find some deals or sell some items you no longer need, be sure to take a look at her database!  Click on the link above for 2014 Spring/Summer Consignment Sales to see what sales are coming to your town. 

Keep in mind that if you are planning to sell items at any of these sales, you need to contact them soon. Some of the deadlines to register are in the next couple weeks. Thanks to Sarah for putting together this database!

What tips for success do you have for those hitting the consignment sales for the first time?

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  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Feb 18, 2014

    moo - great tips Moo! Thanks for sharing them.

    It's been a long time since I went to one of the big consignment sales now that my girls are older. Now we go to the smaller local clothing thrift stores geared towards teens. Bought my daughter a name brand shirt for $4 the other day at Nicole's closet in the 40/42 area.

  • moo Feb 18, 2014

    I usually make a trip to KidsEverywear with my wagon and never leave disappointed! The deals are so good, I buy extra so that I don't have to do laundry as often. I find that a wagon is a great way to shop b/c you can just keep throwing things in; if you don't have a wagon, a VERY LARGE bag would do great to keep your hands free for going through the racks. If you must shop with children, swing by the toy section first and get something new to entertain them while you shop! The one time I had to bring my son, I found this to be the best $2 I'd ever spent.