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Thredup ~ Swap clothes with other parents!

Hey There ~

I just found out about this fun company called ThredUp.  It is a site where you can list a box of clothes your children are no longer using for other parents to find, and you can get a box of clothes for just $5 + $10.95 shipping.  They use flat rate shipping boxes to keep the shipping costs low, and each box is stuffed with clothes.  The boxes are 'labeled' with type, size, and season.  Making it easy for you to find and fill gaps in your growing child's wardrobe. 






Signing up is free.  You only pay if you find a box you want to 'buy'.  The site has a fantastic F.A.Q. page that has lots of info on how the process works.

I don't know about you, but I am getting tired of going to Goodwill and then seeing the high prices they want me to pay for a 2T tank-top.  I am seriously thinking of giving Thredup a try.  I won't even have to drive anywhere.  How convinent is that?
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DISCLAIMER: I have an affiliate relationship with the above mentioned company through EscalateNetwork.  I may receive monetary compensation should readers follow the link provided and sign-up with the company mentioned above.

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  1. this sounds like fun, especially for all the formal clothes you only wear once

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  2. This sounds awesome! Monetary compensation or not this will be very helpful to lots of people! :) I am going to check it out!

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