While I wasn’t wowed by selling my kids’ clothes on ThredUP, I was THRILLED with my payout for a bag of womens’ clothes I sent in!!!
3 of these pieces were kids clothes, and unlike the first bag I had, I thought the prices were fair. I got nearly twenty dollars for a pair of pants (NWT) that bestie had picked up for me at Talbots. Oh yeah, hey, when she bought me a size 22 pants and they almost weren’t too big, that was a huge kick in the butt. 3 months later I’m a size 16 THANKS! [If you want to know how, go see HealthSplurge!] In fact several of these items were from that trip (a 70% off trip at the Outlet) and those shirts went from not fitting to too big. I got so much from them because they still had their tags on.
I actually have quite a few items in my closet that are NWT that, because of the terribly cold winter we’ve had, I’ve almost ungrown (i.e., gotten too small for). Unless I absolutely need them, I’ll likely be saving them to send into ThredUP. As for the used items (the Loft Jeans & the Venezia blouse), I thought the jeans they paid too much for and the blouse was new, just without tags, so I would’ve liked another dollar from it. TOTALLY NOT COMPLAINING THOUGH! I actually made money off this bag. Even if you don’t have NWT (that’s New With Tags) items hanging around that you paid less for than the tag, if you need to clean out — great great option. I’ll be using ThredUP for cleaning out *my* closet from now on!
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. Payouts taken by PayPal are subject to PayPal’s 2% fee.