I had tons of baby clothes that were barley worn and a friend of mine suggested taking them to Once Upon a Child were you can bring in new or gentle worn clothes and get money for them. I figured I get a decent amount of money and buy some clothes of sizes she needs. I brought in 4 trash bags of stuff and they only gave me $30 for it. They took pretty much everything too. I looked around at the store while they were checking out the clothes I brought in. Some of the prices were decent and you can find some good deals if you really search through everything. But then some were ridiculous, like a circo outfit from Target they were trying to sell for $7.50 when you can buy it brand new from Target for $8. They had car seats that said new on the price tag but looked pretty worn to me and were not much cheaper then the store prices. They totally made some money off of me. I should have just donated somewhere.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:42 AM on May. 5, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)
Answer by outstandingLove at 2:44 AM on May. 5, 2009
Answer by CocoaQT at 2:47 AM on May. 5, 2009
There are other places like that might be better. Like there was a consignment store in a playgroup/mommy center where you could bring stuff and sell it there. But it closed down unfortunately. But I agree it's a rip off. I was going to sell mine to a similar version of Once Upon A Child, but they would only give me store credit.. FORGET THAT lol! I had no interest in their stuff... I'm trying to rid myself f stuff.. not collect more lol.
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