Shopper’s FAQ


Shopper’s FAQs




 What is a consignment sale?

A consignment sale is an event in which families price and sell their children’s outgrown items, and place them on the sales floor with other consignors’ items. MCKCS organizes and advertises this event and each consignor receives a portion of their sales (70%)

 What is a consignor?

A consignor is a mom/dad who decides to sell their outgrown high quality, new and gently-used children’s items at one spring or fall sale. We take care of marketing, advertising, setting up, and running the events. Each consignor prepares and prices their items, drops them off at the sale, picks up (or donates!) their unsold items after the sale and receives a check after the sale. If you chose, you can also volunteer for additional perks.

 Is there an admission fee?


 Can I bring my child to the sale?

Yes, during the public sale dates.
No, during the Pre-Sale dates.

 Can I bring a stroller to the sale?

Yes, we do allow strollers at the public sale dates.
No, we do not allow strollers at the pre-sale dates.

 How do I carry my items during the sale?

Bring your own bag or laundry basket. Please do not use your stroller for storing items.

 How often do you have sales?

Every six months – May and October. Sale dates are announced at least 6-8 weeks in advance.

 What sort of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, Visa and MasterCard (either as debit or credit), Discover card.

What brands and sizes will I find?

We offer sizes preemie to 14 as well as all maternity sizes. We have a wide variety of brands ranging from Gymboree to boutique and designer brands like Matilda Jane and Mini Boden.

 I don’t have enough items to consign. Is there any way I can shop early?

Yes! Sign up to volunteer and shop at the Volunteer Pre-sale. Volunteers get to shop before the consignors!

 Do you have fitting rooms?

No. We suggest you bring your children’s sizes as well as a measuring tape to the sale.