Good 2 Grow’s Pricing Guides
Above are a few suggestions for pricing. Competitively price your items to sell. What would you pay? Keep in mind that during these economic times retail stores are offering good deals. Our shoppers will be looking for GREAT deals. We’d rather give you a bigger check than a lot of unsold items. Remember these are only suggestions. Consider what you would pay and price to sell.
There is a minimum price of $2 and all prices are in whole dollars. If necessary, group some items together as outfits or lots if they aren’t something that could sell for $2 on their own. This is true for toys and accessories as well as clothes.
You decide whether you want to discount your remaining items during the 50%-off Final Day Sale. We strongly encourage our consignors to discount on the final day. It beats bringing home unsold items or donating items that you could have made at least some extra money on. See Printing Tags for additional information on how to discount items.
You will also have the option to donate your unsold items at the end of the sale by tagging your items with WHITE CARDSTOCK. We recommend this for any unsold items, although it is completely up to each consignor. All items marked for donation will be divided across several charities who can really use them.
Pricing is ENTIRELY up to you … these are simply suggestions based on what we have seen items sell for. If your items don’t sell, it is generally because they were priced too high. Ask yourself what you would pay for it if you saw it at a sale … or ask a friend to tell you what they’d pay! Consider the name brand and quality (if the item is new with tags or gently used) when figuring your price.