Jim Thorpe's Largest Children's Consignment Sale
Over 30,000 Name Brand Items at Bargain Prices for Infants to Teens!
Voted Best Kid's Consignment Sale!
Ready to become a consignor
with The Kids Closet Sale?
Consign With Us
We make it easy to consign with us! Learn about our consigning benefits, what and how to consign.
Spring-Summer 2021 ONLINE
The Spring sale is on(line)!
Sat, April 10th 9am-6pm--Consignor, VIP & New Mom shopping (password required to shop)
Sat, April 10th 6pm-Mon, April 12th 1pm--Public Sale
Mon, April 12th 9am-1pm--Public 1/2 price sale
(on discount items when using discount code)
Kids Closet Sale Official Merch!
Shop 'til you drop or clean out,
have fun & make money...
For the past eleven years, The Kids Closet Sale, a semi-annual children's consignment sale in Jim Thorpe, northeastern PA, has been giving the local community the opportunity to save BIG money on new or gently-used, name-brand children's items, and consignors the chance to clean out, have fun, make extra cash and do something positive for our environment.
As an optional choice, our consignors have the option to donate their unsold items to charity after the sale is complete. The Kids Closet Sale has selected a few local charities that will receive donated items.
In addition to becoming a consignor with The Kids Closet Sale, you can also become a sponsor of the sale. Consignors can also work at the sale to earn extra commission benefits depending on your shift duration. As a sponsor, promote your business to our shoppers and consignors.
Feel free to CONTACT US for more information.
325 Maury Road, Jim Thorpe PA 18229
Spring/Summer Sale online @
Alanna's thoughts about The Kids Closet Sale...“I have been shopping at The Kids Closet Sale since the first sale! I was pregnant at the time and did not know what the sale was about. I was glad I signed up and went to the New Mom Presale. Not only did I make some great buys, I signed up to be a consignor for the next sale in the fall. I have been a loyal consignor and shopper ever since. I make hundreds of dollars selling barely used/good condition clothes, toys and gear. I always find some great items to buy and set a great example by recycling!”