As a Consignor, you choose the price of your items. This Pricing Guide was created for the purpose of providing a starting point for reference. You are NOT required to price your items according to this list. Pricing is 100% your decision. The consignment rule of thumb is to price the item at 25-40% of what you originally paid for the item. Also take into account the brand and condition of item. Ultimately you have to be comfortable with the asking price. We want you to make MONEY and not have to take your items back home. You are welcome to price your items as you wish but here are a few things to keep in mind when considering your pricing:√ Consignors golden rule: Don’t sell what you wouldn’t buy!
√ Price your items as if you were the buyer. What would you actually pay for the item?
√ Consider selling items at a 50% discount during the last two hours of our sale. It’s better to get 50% of your original sale price and de-clutter than to have to take back items that you don’t need. If you plan to donate your unsold items, you should at least let them go for half-price!
√ When deciding the price of an item ask yourself what the lowest $ amount you would accept is, and price it. If you are not comfortable with half that amount, don’t select the half price option for that item.
√ Do not let the half price amount/issue affect your regular selling price of the item because it will make the regular selling price too high for consignment shoppers.
√ Clothing is best priced at 25-40% of the retail price. Keep in mind the brand/label of the piece and price accordingly.
Click to view Suggested Price Chart – Non-Clothing