1. Price clothing at 25-30% of the retail price.
If you paid $12 for a shirt, 25% of retail would be $3. Consider the quality (new w/ tags vs. slightly worn) and the brand of your items when pricing.
Pricing Tip: Price your items at a price you would be willing to pay for the item
& keep in mind that shoppers are looking for a bargain!
2. Minimum price per item is $1.00. Increases in $.50 increments.
If the value of a single item is less than $1, group similar items together – i.e. DVDs, coordinating tops & bottoms, smaller toys & action figures. This maximizes your sales!
3. We strongly recommend discounting your items for the
last day of the sale (50% OFF day).
Just check the appropriate box when creating your inventory.
Keep in mind...
The #1 reason for things not selling is the price is too high. Price them to sell.
HERE ARE SOME SUGGESTED PRICING GUIDELINES
(consider the condition of the item when deciding where in the suggested ranges to price):
Shirts & Shorts $2-6
Pants & Skirts $3-9
Jog Stroller $25-75
Pack n Plays $15-50
High Chairs $15-40
Baby Mats $10-20
Car Seats $15-50
Boppy Pillows $8-15