What can you sell?
We take almost all types of products for infants through pre-teens. Each consignor must have at least 30 items and at most 300 items.
How do I become a consignor?
In order to consign, you need to register. You can do that on the Consignor Registration page of this website.
What happens to unsold items?
You may pick up your items after the sale is ended (Sat TBA, 5:00pm-6:00pm). If you do not want to or are not able to pick up your items on the designated times, your items will be donated for you. You must decide to donate or not to donate each item when making your product tags online. GLW Consignment donates thousands of items to a charity at the end of the sale.
What other consignor benefits are there?
As a consignor, you get to shop the private pre-sale!!!! The pre-sale is the day before the public sale - so you get first pick of the merchandise!
All consignors get to come to the pre-sale, however, if you volunteer, you get into the pre-sale even earlier!
Why is there a registration fee?
Your registration fee helps cover the cost of the location rental, advertising, insurance, display racks, supplies, etc.
No time to tag your items?
Contact us and we will do all the work. Our Busy Mommy Tagging service will prep and get all your items ready for the sale. For more information check out our Busy Mommy Tagging Page.
When do I bring my items to the sale?
Upon registering, you will also choose a drop-off appointment to bring your items to the sale. Drop-off is typically the 2-3 days before the sale starts. Drop-off should take you about 20 minutes. We will inspect all the items you bring to make sure there aren't any stains, rips, tears, and that all items are working.
Consign with Us & Make 65-70%
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Why sell your items at Growing Like Weeds Children's Consignment Sale?
Who sets the prices?
Each consignor chooses how they want to price their items. We recommend pricing your items 30-50% of original retail. That being said, the lower you price your items, the better they will sell. You should think about what you would pay for the items if you were buying them.
At the sale, there is no negotiating the prices - the price on your tag is what it will be sold for. However, the last day of the sale is the 50% off sale day. It is up to you as the consignor to decide if you would like your items to be discounted on that day. When making your product tags online, you may choose which, if any, items you would like to be discounted. Discount days are big shopping days at the sale so we do recommend that you discount your items.