It’s Fall Atlanta Kids Consignment Sale season when mommy groups and organizations host events to raise money. It’s also an opportunity for parents to buy/sell gently used items (clothes, strollers, toys, etc.).
Here’s a list of some of the Fall 2013 Atlanta Kids Consignment Sales with links to their sites and information you’ll need before you arrive. Happy Shopping! Use the social sharing tools above and below to share, pin, tweet and like this story so your friends see it.
Fall 2013 Atlanta Kids Consignment Sales
Date: Friday, August 23 from 9:30a-8p; Saturday, August 24 from 9a-1p
Location: Mt. Paran North Church Of God 1700 Allgood Road, Marietta, GA 30062
Payment: Cash & Debit (fees apply for debit)
Date: Friday, August 23 from 7-9p; Saturday, August 24 from 8:30a-2p
Location: Sandy Plains Baptist Church, 2825 Sandy Plains Road, Marietta, GA 30066
Payment: Cash and Checks
Date: September 6 from 9am-7pm; September 7 from 9am-1pm
Location: First United Methodist Church of Marietta
Payment: Child care provided $5 per hour per child
Contact: 770-429-7850, ext. 7860 and e-mail: [email protected]
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) Children’s Consignment Sale
Date: Friday, September 27 from 9:30a-7p; Saturday, September 28 from 9a-1p
Location: Cumberland Community Church 3110 Sports Avenue Smyrna, GA 30080
Payment: Cash, check and credit cards
Date: Friday, September 20 from 9:30a-7p; Saturday, September 21 from 9a-2p
Location: Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church – 1699 North Decatur Road, across from Emory Campus
Payment: Cash, checks (with current driver’s license or other photo ID) and credit cards ($3 credit card processing fee applies).
If you’re new to shopping at consignment sales, check out my Survival Tips for Atlanta Consignment Sales on Mom Favorites, where I contribute Atlanta news.
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Consignment sales are a great way to save some money on barely used items. I’m sure this list will be helpful!
It’s so funny, I read this early this morning and on the news was a clip on consignment shop deals in CT. I really need to start being thrifty!
you know I surely sold some things at consignmen t this Fall…got to make some extra money