Items that are priced best sell the fastest! Everyone wants a great deal. Price items at what you would want to pay for them. 


Price items at 50-90% below retail prices to sell. These prices ensure that you will have bargain shoppers considering your items!

condition of items

The brand and condition of the item will you help determine how to price it. Charge more for items that are new with tags, like new condition or for larger items. Charge less for items that are in good condition or that sell for less in retail stores. Multi piece sets can be priced a little higher

value brands

Value brands include Garanimals, Faded Glory, Circo and Cherokee. These items typically retail for less than $!0 and should be priced between $1-$4.

Name Brands

These items come from places like Carters, Children's Place, Nike, Old Navy, Osh Gosh, Gap, Underarmour, and Gymboree. These items typically retail under $25 and should be priced anywhere from $3-$8.

BOutique brands

Boutique brand items are specialty brands. Examples of these brands are Matilda Jane, Mud Pie, Haute Baby, and Hanna Anderson. These items retail typically over $25 and need to be marked at 25-35% of original retail price. 

Pricing other items


Customers want a great deal so price other items at 30-50% retail price. These types of items include toys, books, baby gear, and baby equipment. Price items based on condition and brand of item. Items with multi pieces may be priced higher than single items. 

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