Where to Sell Baby Bedding?

Updated on July 16, 2010
H.K. asks from Lewisville, TX
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Today I went to Kid to Kid to sell some bedding from my daughter's infant room and found out that they don't buy bedding anymore! The bedding I have is from Pottery Barn Kids and it's in really good condition so I hate to give it away. I really don't want to sell on ebay so any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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answers from Raleigh on

I just recently learned of a lot of upcoming kids consignment sales in the Raleigh area coming up. They are held at churches, fairgrounds, etc. From my understanding, people can take their stuff there with their price and then either have it donated after the sale or choose to pick it up. Google "kids consignment sales" in your area. Pottery Barn bedding is beautiful. I'm sure some lucky person will take it off your hands. Good Luck!

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answers from Chicago on

I sold my baby's crib and changing table & bedding on Craigslist Locally, after posting it for 2 weeks. A couple came looked at it, bought it and took it with. It was that easy. I want to sell the rest of my stuff on it, like playpen, high chair, etc. You may want to go that route. I don't know how to sell things on Ebay so I stuck with Craigslist Local listing so they can pick it up.

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answers from Los Angeles on

You'll get the most money from Ebay; otherwise you could try another kids consignment store or Craigslist.

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answers from Dallas on

Craigslist, I think the only JBF sale that still takes it is the one in Ft. Worth which is in early September. I know the mid-cities one no longer does. They & other resalers don't take it because the state has mandated spaying all bedding with a sanitizer and it's a bit of a process, I'm guessing it's not cheap either since most are deciding to adopt the we don't buy it policy.


answers from Philadelphia on

I don't know where you might be able to sell it other than a consignment shop, or a yard sale. Maybe you could list it on Craig's list, but that is kinda like ebay.
If you don't sell it or decide to do something charitable, you could donate it to your local pregnancy center. They are always looking for donations and they are usually tax deductible.



answers from Sherman on

go to www.jbfsale.com and locate a consignment sale near you. I sold my pottery barn bedding for a great price!!!

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