All items must have a $3 minimum price with 50 cent increments only. Grouping multiple items together is a good way to bring the value up to $3, if you feel your item is worth less than $3 alone. Grouped items must be the same size, same season, and same sex. MKM recommends that you price your items to sell!
Price to Sell
Shoppers buy clothing at consignment sales because prices are usually 25% of retail. Overpricing your items is a detrimental mistake if you are hoping to earn money. Take into consideration three things when pricing: name brand, condition, and items that are sized newborn to 2T (these are priced lower than normal due to quantity at sale).
Some items should be priced at 30% of retail. These include: toys, baby equipment, books, games, furniture, clothing new with tags, and unique items that are in great condition.
Brand Pricing Tips
We have pricing recommendations for many popular brands below:
Value Brands – $3-$5
Blues Clues, Cherokee, Circo, Faded Glory, George, Healthtex, Kids Connection, Union Baby, Lee, RT 66, Sonoma, and Tykes
Everyday Brands – $5-$8
Abercrombie, Aeropostale, BT Kids, Buster Brown, Carter’s, Children’s Place, Classic Pooh, Disney, Espirit, Gap, Gymboree, H & M, Justice, LEI, Levi, Nike, Old Navy, Osh Kosh, Reebok, Sprocket, Timberland, Under Armor, Weeboks
Premium Brands – $6-10
Abercrombie Kids, Benetton, Columbia, Dior, Eddie Bauer, French Toast, Gap, Guess, Lands End, Limited/Too, LL Bean, Nautica, REI, Talbots Kids, Tommy Hilfiger
Boutique Brands – $10-15
American Girl, Company Kids, Lands End, Ralph Lauren