How to Consign
Consignors receive 40% of the final selling price of items consigned. If a consignor decides to use store credit, an additional 10% off the consignors balance will be added to the consignors credit.
Checks are sent quarterly (January, April, July, and October) to consignors with balances of $25 or more. Balances of less than $25 can be cashed out at the store anytime during business hours. If you would like to pick up a check please call at least 24 hours ahead to be sure one can be written. Consignors can choose to leave earnings at the store to use as credit towards purchases with an additional 10% off.
Items are kept on consignment for 90 days. At the end of this period, all items that have not sold are donated to WEAVE (Women Escaping a Violent Environment) and tax donation receipts are available upon request.
We accept items Monday - Friday from 10am-5:30pm. No consignments are accepted on weekends.
There are shorts periods of time when no consignments are accepted due to seasonal change and excessively large inventory amounts. Please call to check if we are accepting consignments.
Items must be in excellent condition with no holes, stains, odors, broken zippers, missing buttons, animal dander, etc.
Items can be brought folded in paper bags. Hangers are not necessary.
There are no items limits, but if the drop off is large, we may not be able to look at the items right away and will call the consignor when items are ready to return. We may also ask you to come back the next day if we no longer have space to hold your consignments. We recommend calling ahead and coming in early to be sure we have time to process your items.
Relove Consignment does not accept items from Target, Walmart, Old Navy, Kmart, Payless Shoes, Mervyns and are selective on items from other discount stores and certain styles that may not hold up for resale.
We accept items seasonally, with the following schedule:
January: light winter items (no tall boots or heavy coats)
February: transition to Spring items (no shorts, flip flops, or swimsuits)
March - July: Spring and Summer items
August: transition to Fall items (no tall boots or heavy coats)
September - December: Fall and Winter items