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Kid to Kid
sell used kid's clothes at kid to kid
It's smart and easy— just bring us your kids' outgrown items and your outgrown maternity wear, and we'll pay you on the spot.

1 Bring in your outgrown kids and maternity stuff

Bring in your stuff

Bring your freshly-cleaned kids’ apparel, toys, equipment, and more to Kid to Kid during buying hours (check your local store’s hours here). To increase the amount you will be offered, prepare your items using tips from the Earn more cash page.

Shop smart while a buyer appraises your items

Shop kids resale

Buyers choose which items to buy based on style, condition, and inventory needs. We look for items in like-new condition and current style. Kid to Kid software prices the items and determines your payment. This process typically takes 20-30 minutes, but since this can vary throughout the day, you will receive a wait-time estimate up front.

3 Get paid cash or credit on the spot

Get paid for kids stuff

Once you receive an offer for the items we’ve selected,  collect your cash or get paid 20% more than our cash offer by choosing store credit. Consider donating any leftover items to a local charity with no extra effort.

Individual stores may vary in buy policies, as well as their inclination toward certain items or brands, so consider calling ahead or checking out the store site before bringing your items.

Frequently Asked Questions

Buyers give an estimated buy time based on how many items you have and how busy the store is. Normally the buy time ranges from 20-30 minutes, but when a store is busy or buyers are working on multiple purchases, the process can take 60+ minutes. For the most accurate estimation, we suggest you call ahead.
No they do not. Our stores are individually owners and operated, and may have different store hours and buying policies.  Please check with the store nearest you( Find a store ) for details on how to buy.
Our pricing software guides us as to what we should offer for specific items. It proposes an amount that will benefit the family selling to us, by giving as much compensation for the items as possible, while maintaining a price point that allows other families to get the financial break they need on the quality items we provide. There is never any obligation associated with our offers. We do what we can to keep our concept a win-win-win for all parties involved.
Even a high-quality item can be turned away when the store is over-stocked in that specific category, or when the item is not in high demand within the store’s customer base. If you have a question, be sure to ask the buyer.
Each store arranges for distribution to one or more charities in their community. Most also have a charity account for customers who decide to make a cash donation to charity. Your donated items will always benefit a charity.
Policies vary from charity to charity, so you will need to call your local store directly to get accurate information regarding donation receipts.
There are several ways to increase the amount you earn when you bring in your items. Find tips and more in the Earn more cash tab.
Store policies may vary, but most stores do not have a set maximum. If you have a large number of items to be appraised, we suggest you plan for a longer buy time.
Child safety is very important to us.  We carefully screen products for safety and check for recalls.  We do not buy or sell recalled products, and can often help you obtain recall kits to make your products safe.
Most items may be sold back to Kid to Kid if they are still in great condition, meet current safety standards, and fit the store’s needs. Car seats, however, are only purchased from the original owner.
In some cases, store inventory or location may affect whether or not your items are purchased. In others, the items may not be fit for selling to Kid to Kid. Asking the buyer to explain why a certain item was not purchased may be a good way to judge if taking your item to another store will be worth your time.
Store credit can be used for up to three years.  After that point, your account is subject to a monthly maintenance fee, as allowed by law. If you are concerned about your store credit expiring, call the store that is holding the credit account and ask them any question you may have. Find store contact information on the Find a store page.
Your credit is directly linked to the sales system in the store location where it was earned and is not transferrable.
The Items we buy page includes some of the most common items we buy. If you’d like to sell an unlisted item that you think our customers would love, you are welcome to bring it in. If it's a big item, call in advance to speak with a buyer about your item.
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