Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Free $10 Credit at ThredUp!

Don't mind purchasing gently used clothing for your children? Then you won't mind shopping at ThredUp.com!  Unlike many other consignment stores, ThredUp only accepts clothing that is in excellent condition.  Additionally, they only accept name brands such as Janie & Jack, Gap, Old Navy, and many many more.  Best of all their prices are extremely reasonable.  And, did I mention they are constantly adding new stock so be sure to check their site often so you don't miss out on anything.

Recently, ThredUp added a new option that allows you to reserve items for friends that you think they may like. If they purchase the item or any item at all from ThredUp you will receive a $10 shopping credit and they will also receive $10 towards their order!  How awesome is that, right!

I admit, I am not that interested in purchasing used clothing, but their clothes for the most part are just like brand new!  Don't like used clothes...no problem!  They offer alot of items that are brand new with tags as well.  Oh, and I can't forget to mention that you can send in your clothes(free of charge) and they will pay you for all the clothes they accept.  It's a great way to make room in your child's closet for more clothes.  

Oh, and in the rare event that something slips through the cracks and has some type of stain on it or defect, they will refund your money and give it to you as a freebie. 

To get $10 off your first purchase on ThredUp be sure to vist this LINK

*Disclaimer - I was not in any way compensated for this post.


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My Journey With Candida said...

Never Heard of ThredUp. I know many people who shop for used clothing.... I kind of don't. But I will send this link to those I know who do.

Mary Gallardo said...

This sounds great! I have never heard of this site before. I especially like that you can make suggestions to others on what they may like. SO neat!

slehan said...

Don't mind used clothes? That's mostly what my kids wore growing up. Thrift stores were my friend.