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How often will you have these sales?

The sales will be twice a year.

There is a Spring Sale in March / April
( selling Fall / Winter clothing )

...and a Fall Sale in September
( Selling Fall / Winter clothing ).

How often will you have these sales?

The sales will be twice a year.

There is a Spring Sale in March / April
( selling Fall / Winter clothing )

...and a Fall Sale in September
( Selling Fall / Winter clothing ).

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept Cash, MasterCard, and Visa.

Checks will NOT be accepted.

What is your return policy?

ChickenKidz has a no refund policy.

All items are inspected upon check-in for quality and cleanliness. During the event, sales floor staff will remove poor quality items from the sales floor that may have been missed during check-in. But ultimately, it is the buyer's responsibility to do a final inspection before purchasing.

Are there dressing rooms? Can I try the clothing on my child?

Unfortunately, no. We recommend taking your child's measurements at home and bringing the measurements and measuring tape to the sale with you.

Don't forget to peek at your child's shoe size before you come.

What is the Crazy Discount Day all about?

It's all about FUN!

Sunday will be our 50% off Crazy Discount Day. Some Consignors have chosen to discount their items by 50% on this day.

Tags will be clearly marked so you know exactly which items are discounted.

Where do all these items come from?

The items we sell come from the local families who sign up to consign and actually earn money for the items they sell.

Anyone is welcome to become a consignor and anyone is welcome to shop the sale.

How do I carry all my great finds while I am shopping?

We will provide large tote bags to use while shopping so there is no need to bring your own.

Large items can be placed in our "Hold" area for 1 hour while you shop.

Can my children attend the sale?

This is up to you. Children have a tendency to get antsy when shopping with Mom and it may be difficult to shop, carry your items, and watch your toddler at the same time.

This might be one of those times when some bonding with Dad might be worthwhile.