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It's prime time for fall consignment sales in the Triangle -- the perfect opportunity for parents to save money on fall and winter clothing for their kids.
Nearly a dozen consignment sales are scheduled over the next several weeks in the Triangle.
It's a great way to make a little money on the clothes your kids have outgrown and then turn around and save again by purchasing the next size up from other Triangle families.
A fringe benefit is "the recyling aspect," said Diane Willeford, a mom of two boys and an organizer of the KidzStuff Consignment Sale at Hayes Barton Baptist Church in Raleigh.
"There's no reason for things I'm done with to be thrown away and added to the landfill while it still has a lot of useful life left," she said.
In addition to clothing, many sales also offer toys, books, games, bicycles and baby equipment. Clothing sizes range from newborn to juniors. Some also offer maternity clothes.
Most sales offer early shopping days for volunteers and sellers, and many offer discounts in the final days of their sales.
Click on the links to individual sales to get sale hours, directions and information for buyers and sellers: