Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Thred Up Sponsored Post

I am promoting Thred Up, in response to a campaign on Advertise Pals. I am being compensated for everyone, which signs up through the above or bottom image. I been a member of Thred Up for a minute now, but have not ordered anything yet. Nothing wrong with the website, just my funds. Of course, I could sell, but my gently used clothes ends up at the church or I give them away for free via Craigslist.

The website allows you to sell or donate  clothing for kids and adults. If you choose to sell, you order a clothing bag online. The bag is free. You then fill up the bag with yourlothes, and place outside for pick-up. Then, once the products arrive at Thred up, the items are inspected and the website pays up to 40% of resale value.

Now the website does not accept every piece of clothing donated. The website accepts the following:
  • Clothing in new to like-new condition. 
  • Clothing, which is freshly laundered.
  • Top brands. 
  • New Items with Tags
  • Outfits
  • Clothing related accessories
  • Shoes

Do not Send the following:

  • Clothing, which shows any signs of wear (rips, tears, stains, fading, shrinkage, etc). 
  • Clothing from discount Brands (Garanimals, Kids Collection, Wal-Mart, Faded Glory, etc. )
  • Infant clothing under 12 months and Kids shoes under 4.5
  • Mens Clothing
  • Non Clothing Items
  • Sleep wear, socks, and undergarments
  • Specialty Items
  • Items missing labels
  • Homemade altered clothing
  • Local or niche clothing
  • Offensive items
  • Counterfeit items
  • Illegal obtained items
  • Items, which can not resold for at least $6.49
Also, if you want your unsellable items returned, you can opt in their return assurance program for 9.99. The 9.99 will be deducted from your earnings.

You also can buy  clothes off the website. Each day, the website posts their new finds and you can buy and ship to home. You can get $15 dollars of your first order, using code LUCKY15.

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