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To Update Your Information or
To Make and Print Your Tags or
To Check on Your Sold Items
(Note: Must Register First)
If You Have Consigned Before
If This Is Your First Time
To Earn 70% & Shop Pre-Sales
If You Are New to PIO and
Want to Receive Sale Info
Twice a year moms and dads bring their kids’ clothes, toys, furniture, and baby items, and Pass It On provides the facility and the people to host a sale for the Edmond and Oklahoma City Metro areas. Click on the link, " PIO 101 " for more details.
Welcome to our sale page! Please make plans to participate in our spring sale, March 3-4, 2017 at the Memorial Road Church of Christ in Edmond. If you can't consign with us, we hope you come and shop.
We will be able to accommodate 200 items per consignor again this sale. We will also accept furniture again this sale and we will be allowing maternity clothing as well.
We are so thankful to all of you who make the Pass It On Sale possible. We do plan to open sale registration Friday, January 6th at 8 a.m. We hope this gives you plenty of time to get those items
tagged and ready!
See below for important new information this sale!
At Lilyfield we remain busy with our ministry of placing children into loving families who can care for their individual needs. Each and every day we see lives changed as children get the gift of a family. Thank you for being part of that work by participating in our sale!
Lilyfield Executive Director
65% or 70%?
Consignors have the opportunity to receive 70% of their sales, if they work a three-hour shift during the sale. Otherwise, non-working consignors will receive 65% of their sales.
Don't forget to have all of your tags entered by Wednesday night, March 1, 2107, by 10:00 p.m. Though you will be able to print after the deadline, you will not be able to enter any more tags.
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More Sale Hours
You asked and we have listened! We are somewhat limited on our sale hours since we must work around the church schedule. However, we have made some minor changes to the sale schedule in order to expand our public hours and offer more pre-sale times.
The worker pre-sales will be held on Thursday, March 2 from 5-9 p.m. and Friday, March 3 from 7-9 p.m. This year for the first time, workers may bring one friend to the pre-sale events!Working a shift allows you the very best shopping times.
This year, consignors may obtain a pre-sale pass by making a $20 donation to Lilyfield. Click here to purchase a pre-sale pass. These pre-sale passes will allow you entry into the full price pre-sale on Thursday, March 2 from 7-9 p.m. and the half price pre-sale on Friday, March 3 at 8 p.m.
We are also offering pre-sale passes to foster parents. Please contact our office for more information about foster parent passes. Pre-sale passes may be obtained at the door, or in advance by making a secure online donation to Lilyfield. Our full sale schedule can be found at the top left of the website.
We will hold limited scheduled drop off on Wednesday, March 1 from 8:30-9:30 p.m. in order to accommodate our working moms and dads. You can sign up for a time when you register for the sale on January 6. If you do a scheduled drop off time, you will be required to stay while we inspect your items and to help hang your clothing.
Our open drop off times will be Thursday, March 2 from 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
If you want to participate in Pass It On, but don't have time to tag your items, consider our new tagging service. You bring your items on hangers and ready to go and we will enter, price and tag your items. Shoes must be banded together and other items must be ready to tag (in bags, cleaned, good batteries, etc.). You will keep 50% of your profit if you use the tagging service. Tagging service is available to a limited number of consignors and only available those with boutique or high end clothing such as Matilda Jane and others. We also ask that you provide at least 100 items if you plan to participate on the Tagging Service. Contact our office at 216-5240 for more information on how to participate.
We are committed to maintaining a high level of quality of items. This means items must be in style and in good shape. If you wouldn't buy it for your child, please don't bring it to our sale. Bringing poor quality items means shoppers have less confidence in the sale and you will make less money. We will be extremely strict this spring sale about item quality, so bring your very best 200 items. Remember, you can make a lot of money consigning; however you must provide high quality and in style items. We have consignors who make as much as $1,000 on clothing alone because they bring only the very best items.
Proper Hanging and Tagging
Please visit our Tags page to learn more about proper hanging and tagging. We will no longer accept items on metal hangers. All items must be properly hung on child size hangers (sizes up to 4) or plastic adult hangers (sizes 5 and up). Pay close attention to where you attach your tag. Tags must be placed on the upper right hand side of the garment if you are looking at it. Tags should never be placed on the arm, wrist area or the left side. Items should be hung neatly, with zippers and buttons closed to ensure the items look good and stay on the hangers.
Pass It On items are always inspected before they are put on the sales floor. We are committed to ensuring that all items meet our standards so that our shoppers find good quality items when they shop the sale. We also need to make sure that no items we sell are subject to recalls. For consignors participating in general drop off times, these items are inspected after they are dropped off and items not accepted are placed in a hold room and returned to consignors after the sale. Consignors participating in scheduled drop off must stay while we do the inspection.
New 200 Item Limit
We are pleased to have raised our limit of items to 200 per consignor as a result of finding large enough facilities to hold each of our sales. However, we will be asking that consignors respect the limit of 5 pairs of shoes per consignor and we will pay attention to this during the sale.