Loteda: Buy and Sell Gently Used Children’s Clothes by the Lot

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by on July 24, 2014

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Did you know that on average, US households spend $804 a year per child on clothing! That can really add up! With 3 kids, I’m always looking to save on kids’ clothes, so I’m excited to check out Loteda, a new marketplace to buy and sell Gently-used children’s clothes by the lot. A “lot” means that you can buy a whole season’s worth of clothes at once, so you can save time and money. And I love the fact that I can MAKE money, too, buy selling clothes we don’t need anymore.

Ready to Buy?

Save 20% off your total purchase with code: Summer20 (code valid through 8/31/2014).

Every listing is 70-90% off retail and shipping is included in the list price. You can save time by buying all of next season’s clothes in just one transaction. There is a photo, brand name and condition listed for each item in the lot. Returns are also easy if you feel the seller misrepresented the quality or condition of the clothes.

Ready to Sell?

How to sell:There are 2 ways to sell- list it yourself (earn 90% resale price) or have Loteda list for you (60% resale price). Loteda also helps to make selling easier by calculating price based on the original retail value, condition, style, season and number of items in each lot. They also take care of accepting payment from the buyer and quick a check to you (the seller) once the buyer receives their lot. When your lot sells, Loteda will send you a prepaid shipping kit to fill with the clothes and then give to your mail carrier.

If you don’t have the time to list your lot yourself, Loteda will send out a free prepaid shipping bag for you to stuff full of your children’s clothes. Just send to Loteda and they will list it for you.

I’m excited to use this service to save and make some money! How do you try to save on your kid’s clothes?

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