We suggest pricing your items at 50%-90% off the original retail price depending on the brand and condition of the garment. Price to sell because you don’t want to carry home a bunch of unsold garments!
- You set the price of your own items.
- Appropriately priced items sell successfully. Overpriced merchandise does NOT sell well.
- Be objective. Ask yourself “What would I pay for this item?”
- Items priced at approximately one-fourth of the original cost generally sell the best.
- Popular name brand items such as Gap, Polo, Guess, Gymboree, and Children’s Place could possibly bring in one-third of the original price. Write the brand on the tag.
- Consider the age and condition of the item before pricing.
- If an item is exceptionally special or has sentimental value, consider pricing the item higher because you won’t be disappointed if it doesn’t sell.
- If an item still has the original tag on it, keep the tag on the item. This way the buyer can see the original price and their savings.