I made even more this time! Almost $120 bucks for clothes that were too big, as well as some NWT items (scored at outlet clearance) that I could have happily worn, except that I have a closet stuffed full of clothes and I am dropping sizes so rapidly, that I was happy to get the premium for them still having tags on.
I honestly don’t recall if any children’s clothes were in this bag, but if they were, they weren’t accepted. I doubt there were because I saved everything for my aunt to drag to Florida with her (I make good money at the consignment shop at home!). These are basically the prices I could have made selling these items on eBay, so I am very pleased with the payout. I am not sure how sustainable this is for ThredUP but I am happy for my own pocketbook.
Looks like I won’t have kids clothes to consign for a while. All the winter clothes we had left were on the larger side and they have all been packed away for the winter. If I had time, I might do some hunting on ThredUP for some cute summer finds, but I doubt I will, and I’ll be taking my payout on Paypal. Payouts taken by PayPal are subject to PayPal’s 2% fee.
If you are interested in checking out ThredUP or ordering a bag, you can find them here: ThredUP online consignment for kids and women’s clothes.
You will need to pay $4.95 to order a bag, which is credited back to you once they receive it. HOWEVER, bag deposits are waived right now. I’m guessing they must need stock.