December 2, at 3: We strive to provide honest opinions and findings, but the information is based on individual circumstances and your specific experiences may vary. I also have some quality toys. Your first five items traded are free!
How to Make Money Selling Kids Clothes Online
You just have to print them or order them one at a time. Keep in mind too that your labels will come out of your proceeds from the sales. Does it cost to have your items shipped back to you? Do you think this method of selling is much more lucrative than selling to local second hand stores?
As far as more lucrative, yes, it can be. Hello, Thank you for posting this and sharing! I plan to do this with 2 years worth of my boys clothes.
I have a question though. On the website it says it can take up to 60 days to inventory everything. Is this your experience and should I just send in items for fall and save the winter and summer items for a future shipment? It really depends on how busy they are. It can take that or even up to 90 but it can also take a week. They will usually let you know how long it will take when you send your things in. Actually that is exactly why we donate them.
The rags are then sent overseas from what I understand. I am so glad I stumbled upon this. I am wondering though what method of shipping do you use? Do you go through the USPS and add insurance? Swap has their own providers, ThredUp sends a label, etc.
Thanks for sharing these helpful guidelines. Im looking forward to getting started but have a couple questions: Why do you start with Swap and then move on to ThredU and finally Ebay, in that order? Does Swap pay better or do they have a higher volume? I also have some quality toys. Wooden and cloth toys books, puzzles, small trains, some vintag or more traditional toys such as lincon logs and wooden building blocks.
Can you suggest the best online site to sell these? With Swap I can. ThredUp is better for designer items though. Toys and that type, use Swap. Stacy, Im a huge fan of Swap. What are your thoughts on the recent change over to them pricing instead of letting us price? I was going to send in another box but I am hesitant because of that change. Hi Libby, to me, the changes make it no different than any other online consignment shop.
Its one of those wait and see things for me, I suppose. I have a ton of Gymboree. Where would be the best place to sell it? Thanks so much for your help. The percentage that Swap keeps is based on the final sale price.
In your case, I would try to sell or consign it locally first since Gymboree is a pretty popular brand and tends to move very quickly. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. This post may contain affiliate or referral links that help keep this site running. For more information about this, please see our disclosure policy. Stacy is passionate about homeless advocacy and addiction education.
Her first book, also called Six Dollar Family is available on Amazon. Our Readers Also Love: June 27, at 9: Thanks for a helpful post! June 28, at August 23, at 6: August 28, at 7: Barbara, Swap will recommend a price to you for a lot of it. March 28, at 3: Hi Stacy, This sounds like a great method! March 28, at 7: March 30, at 9: March 30, at June 27, at 7: Thank you for your time! June 27, at August 6, at 3: August 6, at 8: September 8, at 1: September 9, at 9: January 15, at Im looking forward to getting started!
January 16, at 1: February 5, at 9: Wow I have never heard of Swap. How do they pay you? February 5, at 5: February 28, at I mean just look at those outfits! Little A has those leggings on the right, and they are my fave! Which is why my picture is all about shoes.
I hope that at least one of them was new to you, and I hope that you are now on your way to getting adorable, affordable baby clothes for your littles! I have bought clothes for my kids from most of the stores you mentioned. I need to check out Zulily and Tea.
These are all my favorite stores to shop for my kiddos too! It can help keep you from spending way too much. Oshkosh does have adorable flannel and, of course, overalls. Amazon is a close second. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
Comments Love this list! You will seriously love everything on those sites. Oshkosh has baby lumberjack clothes!?! I feel a spending spree coming on…. I have a hard time not buying everything when I go to those stores!
As the “largest online consignment/thrift store" Swap is a great resource for buying and selling everything from gear to clothes, toys, and more. Buy from them: You’ll definitely need more than a few minutes to browse through the . SwapBabyGoods is a site that lets you trade in used baby clothes and gear or simply sell it online. You have to register for a free account and then you can list clothes, gear, equipment, bedding, etc. that you want to swap for items in . The final step to learning how to make money selling kids clothes online is to list them both outfits and individual pieces on OfferUp, LetGo, local Facebook groups and finally, Ebay. Outfits do best in these places, but I have sold individual pieces as well.