Selling

Baby Jumble sellers (and encouragers of recycling!)

Baby Jumble is about helping parents make a bit of extra cash, and if you book a table at one of our local sales, you can be sure that your child’s old bits & bobs will be going to a good home. Plus, living in London, we know how good it feels to clear some precious space at home!

We like to keep things simple, so tables are a set price and you get to keep 100% of your takings on the day. Plus if you book early enough, there may be the odd early bird table left!

Top tips for successful selling at our local baby sales

  • Baby Jumblers like things tidy – presentation is everything, so try and avoid overstocking your stall as it may put buyers off
  • Bring lots of change – it will help your fellow parents and mums-to-be, plus it keep things moving
  • Get rid of old carrier bags – we love recycling at Baby Jumble, and this goodwill gesture will really help your buyers (plus deplete the mountain of bags you have at home under the stairs!)
  • Don’t forget to smile lots – Baby Jumblers like smiley people!
  • Quality check your items – they need to be clean and undamaged
  • Don’t be afraid to demo – you know best how to use an item and it can really help buyers as well as improve your chance of selling the item
  • Instruction manuals – these are a real plus for buyers. If you’ve lost the original, you may be able to download a copy from the internet
  • Hit the magic number – when deciding on prices, the internet can be a useful resource to help guide you, but always price keenly to sell
  • Keep it legal! – we’ll help you by providing information on the current legislation in our seller’s pack, once you sign up

7 thoughts on “Selling

  1. julie martin

    thanks jenny, i have tried to book a stall but i am experiencing problems with my paypal account. Is there any other way to pay? can i do a bank transfer or pay cash on the day? thanks julie

    Reply
    1. fayebell Post author

      Hi Julie,

      Yes that’s ok. There is space to the side of each table, which you can use for larger items such as a pram or a clothes rail.

      Jenny

      Reply

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