Why Sell with Indy Kids?

Want a SIMPLE way to clear the clutter? In ONE weekend?

Katie #1 – No more messing around with the online marketplace groups.  So much drama and so time consuming!  Check out a comparison we did here.

#2 – You will make WAY more money than you ever could at a consignment store. Our average consignor makes over $400 by selling their kids’ clothing, toys and gear and it happens all in one weekend!

#3 – Your time is valuable!  You don’t have to pray for good garage sale weather or haggle over prices!

{psst: our average seller made over $400!}

Consignor registration for our Spring 2023 Pop-Up sale will open on January 11th. 

Sign Up Here  (Space is limited.)

Is it worth it?  Is it hard?

Sell to thousands of parents at Indy Kids Sale, located at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds in Noblesville. We attract families from all over the state of Indiana that are interested in purchasing your children’s outgrown items.

You can do this with three simple steps

      1. Register to consign and then tag your items using our online tagging system.
      2. Bring your items to our sale location on one of our drop-off days.
      3. We send you a check for 60%-75% commission depending on your involvement.

Sign Up Here  (Space is limited.)

What’s new for consignors?

1. There is a new tag that is available for us to use. It’s so much simpler than the previous tag which confused so many shoppers. Because of this, anything you have in your inventory that was at a previous sale will need to be re-tagged. Fortunately you all do so great with your sell-through so there shouldn’t be many tags that need to be re-made.
2. We’ve worked hard to update the categories to be a bit more specific. This will help with less people touching the items during the drop-off inspection process. Please review the categories and choose the appropriate one as you enter your items.
2. Along with books, any unsold socks will automatically be donated.
3. We are no longer accepting socks that are not brand new with the tags or in an unopened package, DVDs, musical CDs or parenting books. We watched the sell through for these categories for a couple of seasons and they were really low.

“I chose to consign to get money back for my clothes that are still in excellent condition and turn around and spend the money on a new wardrobe for my kids in the next size! I never knew anything about consignment sales until my boss introduced me to Indy Kids Sale after I had my first daughter, and I have been hooked on it ever since.”

Lynnette from Waldron, IN
Indy Kids Sale consignor spotlight

Read Lynnette’s Story