Earn Points and Shop for Free on Tracy’s Closet

Earn Points to Shop for Free at Tracy's ClosetI received credit to Tracy’s Closet for the purpose of this review. This post was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own.

As much as I love shopping for clothes, it’s so hard to do it with my hectic schedule. I have to find time to do it by myself or cope with my 3 year old’s short attention span when he realizes I’m shopping for myself and not him. I just found about a online shopping site that can help me shop without leaving the house and sell a lot of the clothes in my closet I haven’t worn in years. I’ll show you what I did step-by-step to shop for free on Tracy’s Closet.


Earn Points and Shop for Free at Tracy's Closet

I logged on to Tracy’s Closet and immediately earned points for setting up my profile. You’ll get 500 points too.

Hang it: Use your smartphone to upload front, back and side/label photos of clothes you’re not wearing anymore, describe them (size, color, etc.) and say how much you paid for them. You’ll earn points to shop.  I posted a 100% silk peach floral blouse that I paid about $40 for a few years ago.  

Earn Points and Shop for Free at Tracy's Closet

Connect: Thanks to social media, I connect with many of my friends on Facebook and other social media. Share a special link  to Tracy’s Closet with your friends to sign up and you’ll earn 100 points for every one who signs up.

Shop: I’ve got more than 1,000 points handy thanks to uploads and sharing Tracy’s Closet with my friends. Need more points? Just buy them. Plus, there’s free shipping.

What would you “sell” on Tracy’s Closet? A dress you wore once for a wedding? Sell kids clothes too!

Connect with Tracy’s Closet

Follow @TracysCloset on Twitter, like on Facebook.com/ShopTracysCloset and follow Pinterest.com/TracysCloset for fun ideas and fashion boards.

Disclosure: I received credit to Tracy’s Closet for the purpose of this review.

This post was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own.


About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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  1. This sounds really interesting. Did you sell you shirt? Do other memebers buy directly from you like ebay? Do you have to pay to ship the items you sell?

  2. I had seen a quick ad for this and wondered how it worked–I have to tell my clothes horse of a sister about this–it’s right up her alley–thanks for sharing

  3. Such a great concept. I look forward to trying it out.

  4. That top of yours is just adorable. I would totally wear that! I have never heard of anything else like Tracy’s Closet before. It’s a pretty neat concept.

  5. I like this concept a lot. I’ll have to check it out a bit more.

  6. I have heard really good things about Tracy’s Closet

  7. I’ll have to look into this. I used to sell on EBay, but the fees just got so darn high so I finally stopped. This might be a nice solution and way to start selling again!

  8. Hi Joyce, this is good info, we will try Tracy’s closet. You and we connected on Instagram. Thank you for your comment.