Car boot sales help

(4 Posts)
Strangertides1 Fri 09-Oct-15 06:59:25

Morning all.
Please could anyone help or offer advice? Am doing a car boot next Sunday to get rid of a ton of boys clothes. Aged between newborn and age 2. I've not idea what to price stuff at. What would you charge for the following:
Body vest
Baby grow
Gro sleeping bags
Short sleeve tshirts
Long sleeve tshirts
3 piece outfits
Outter wear jackets and coats
Pram shoes.
A shorts and tshirts Liverpool kit (age 1 year) never worn.
And now much would up mark up if the item had never even worn and still had tags?
Thank you.

Ahrightsoted Fri 09-Oct-15 07:30:04

I I did one last year and it's pretty soul destroying. People want to pay pennies and will haggle you down. What I did was put all of the clothes into a suitcase and charged £1 for trousers and 50p a top. Priced toys depending on what they were and what condition. Clothes were hard to shift but toys went well. Adult clothes didn't sell if they weren't branded
Bring loads of change with you and a supply of carrier bags help too.
If u want better prices you are prob better trying the Facebook selling pages or eBay

Strangertides1 Fri 09-Oct-15 20:17:26

Hi, thank you very much for your reply, lots of helpful tips there. I love the idea of putting the different clothes into suitcases. My sis did one last year for adult clothes, she said what out of the sob stories to bargain you down, lol.

Elisheva Sat 10-Oct-15 20:07:07

What area are you in? You might be better off doing a Little Pickles market or similar.

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