To maintain the integrity of our sale, St. Paul’s Kids Consignment Sale reserves the right to reject any item that does not meet our acceptance policy and guidelines. It is in our best interest and yours to conduct a sale that is known for quality items at great prices! Our reputation is an asset to our consignors and one that we are entrusted to protect. We cannot and will not sacrifice the quality of the sale by accepting items that are not in season and/or have defects such as stains, tears, broken, missing pieces, etc. As a time-saver to yourself, as well as to us, please do not bring us items that do not meet our acceptance policy. We appreciate your understanding. And thank you for cooperating with our policy by choosing to consign with us.
As a consignor, you set your own prices. Keep in mind items sell best when priced 50%-75% off the retail price. When pricing, ask yourself what you would pay for that item and price your item to sell.The goal is to empty those closets!
We ask that no items are to be priced under $0.50. Please round all prices off to the nearest half dollar.
Still unsure on how to price? Here is a suggested price guide per clothing piece.
Tier 1 Brands (Garanimals, Jumping Beans, Circo, i.e.): $1 - 4
Tier 2 Brands (Carters, OshKosh, Old Navy, i.e.): $3 - 6
Tier 3 Brands (Gap, Polo, Gymboree, Janie & Jack, Abercrombie, i.e.): $4 - 10
Items with new tags, with popular characters and/or excellent condition tend to sell for a higher price and very quickly.
Toys, baby equipment, books, etc sell best when priced 30 to 40% of the retail price.
It's a proved fact, an item that looks like new will sell faster. A fresh launder and quick run of the iron will surely make your clothing items more appealing to shoppers. And remember to hang all clothing with the hanger open to the left, making a question mark. For your remaining items, a little elbow grease can go a long way in making you more money. Don't be afraid to freshen up items with some soap and water.
Items we WILL accept
Items we will NOT accept