According to reports, Kid to Kid price items in shops, and tend to offer around 20% and 50% of what they price in cash. However, note that Kid to Kid pays a higher percentage for high-demand brands like boutique clothes, toys, and equipment. Meanwhile, they pay less for infant clothes and mass produced brands.

Being a children’s resale franchise established in 1992 on the principle that “kids grow faster than pay checks”, they are still one of the best places to resale products in 2021. Kid to Kid, a well renowned franchise, has grown gradually over the years – even as other brick and mortar retailers scuffle for survival. They have bought and sold hundreds of millions of quality children’s items in stores all across the United States and have stores in Portugal, Spain, and Canada.

When the first Kid To Kid store started in 1992, second hand was still seen by a good number of people to be second rate. However, in this age, thanks to resale stores like Kid to Kid and its sister concept Uptown Cheapskate (for teens and young adults), second hand is now reverend as a smart, and eco-friendly option for American parents.

Second-hand items have been embraced by middle-America as an acceptable and even superior shopping option. In the United States, resale stores are now designed to offer sellers a good reward and also help shoppers save money, feel good, and have fun shopping. Note that all Items at Kid to Kid are priced at a fraction of the original resale, so everything stays affordable and also exciting.

At Kid to Kid, parents can get cash on the spot for any item their kids have outgrown. Coupled with that, they can also shop from a vast selection of high quality, carefully used replacement items at bargain prices. Parents can earn money for things their kids are no longer using that Kid to Kid can resell to other customers.

Parents can also choose to donate the items that don’t quite meet Kid to Kid standards to local charities and get a tax deduction. According to experts, it is also a win for the community as millions of dollars are pumped back into the wallets of the local families who buy, sell and save.

How to Sell Items at Kid to Kid

Note that selling your items to Kid to Kid remains one of the easiest and fastest ways to upcycle your clothing. You can earn instant cash or 20% more in trade value at any Kid to Kid location. However, to sell items at Kid to Kid, here are steps to follow:

  • Take your time to go through your closet, toy chest, and baby gear and choose the items you intend to sell or trade. Have it in mind that Kid to Kid pay cash for current styles and will also buy toys and equipment that are clean and safe.
  • After choosing items to resale, kindly locate the Kid to Kid store nearest to you. Note that Kid to Kid stores takes items with no appointment necessary. However, it is still necessary to check your local store for their buying hours. Most buys take 15-45 minutes to complete so you can shop and sell at the same time.
  • Once you get to the store and your item meets Kid to Kid standards, you will be asked to choose your payment option. Note that they will make you an offer on the spot for your items. You can choose cash or 20% more in trade value.

Items to Sell at Kid to Kid

Note that each Kid to Kid store is locally owned and locally stocked with carefully selected gently used items and an affordable and unique selection of brand new items. Have it in mind that this selection changes daily, with hundreds of fresh items added every day.

Layette

  • Bodysuits
  • Sleepers
  • Receiving Blankets
  • Minky Blankets
  • Swaddles
  • Nursery Linens
  • Infant Gowns
  • Safety Products

Sports Items

  • Soccer Shoes & Accessories
  • Cleats
  • Bike Trailers
  • Active wear
  • Life Jackets
  • Swimsuits
  • Wet Suits
  • Football Gear
  • Helmets
  • Rollerblades & Skates
  • Tricycles & Bicycles

School Uniforms

  • Polo Shirts
  • Slacks
  • Jumpers
  • Outfits
  • Socks
  • Belts

Kids’ Clothes

  • Girls Sizes 0-14
  • Boys Sizes 0-14
  • Dresses & Skirts
  • Jeans & Pants
  • Shirts & Sweaters
  • Pyjamas & Sleepwear
  • Sportswear & Gear
  • Swimwear
  • Tights & Leggings
  • Holiday Outfits

Outerwear

  • Coats
  • Hoodies
  • Jackets
  • Snow Suits
  • Snow Pants
  • Ski Accessories
  • Hats
  • Scarves
  • Gloves

Shoes & Boots

  • Kids’ Shoes
  • Dress Shoes
  • Fashion Boots
  • Snow Boots
  • Sandals
  • Athletic Shoes
  • Sneakers
  • Cowboy Boots
  • Moccasins
  • Water shoes

Dance & Costumes

  • Halloween Costumes
  • Dress Up Clothes
  • Leotards
  • Dance Pants
  • Gymnastics Outfits
  • Skating Outfits
  • Dance Shoes
  • Dance Bags
  • Tutus
  • Pettiskirts

Toys

  • Learning Toys
  • Books & Movies
  • Ride Ons
  • Kitchens
  • Puzzles & Games
  • Outdoor Toys
  • Activity Gyms
  • Cars & Trucks
  • Video Games
  • Building Toys
  • Trains & Tables

Maternity

  • Current Fashions
  • Blouses
  • Tops
  • Jeans
  • Bottoms
  • Dresses
  • Skirts
  • Belly Supports
  • Nursing Accessories
  • Diaper Bags

Baby Gear

  • Swings
  • Pack ‘N Plays
  • Strollers & Joggers
  • Play Centres
  • Bouncers
  • High Chairs & Boosters
  • Car Seats
  • Infant Carriers
  • Walkers
  • Baby Gates
  • Baby Baths
  • Potty Seats
  • Baby Monitors

Nursery Furniture

  • Bassinets
  • Changing Tables
  • Rockers & Gliders
  • Table & Chair Sets
  • Book Shelves
  • Toddler Beds & Mattresses
  • Cribs & Mattresses
  • Dressers
  • Cradles
  • Toy Boxes

Conclusion

For almost three decades, Kid to Kid has been paying families to recycle their great kids’ stuff. Kid to Kid are known to buy first rate second hand items. Note that they have high standards for condition and style because their customers all want good things. To find out if your Kid to Kid buys or sells certain items, please check their policies on the company’s store location pages.

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