POSTED: Thursday, September 12, 2013 - 6:07pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, February 19, 2014 - 7:27am
(KETK) - Tyler Tx — Moms, dads, grandparents, and even their little ones seemed to enjoy the fun items and good deals at the Children's clothing consignment sale.
"I got a whole basket full of bibs for seven dollars, said Mary NeSmith, a soon-to-be grandmother of two. "It would traditionally cost seven dollars for two in the store."
The sale saves parents on average 50 percent compared to the price they would pay at the retailer. From girly costumes to boys nerf guns, whatever you're looking for, they have it.
"We have clothes, furniture, books, toys, home decor," said Laura Watson, event organizer. "Anything you might need for your home or for your kids."
The sale is in its 12th year and it continues to grow in popularity.
"This is our 24th sale," Watson said. "Which just blows my mind."
"I feel like it's a win win win," Watson said. "The moms who come and sell their things often become friends they make money on their gently used things they don't need anymore from their home and the moms who come from all over East Texas are getting an incredible bargain in a time where everyone could use a good deal."
Mary NeSmith told KETK the discounted prices make a big difference for her and her family.
"Everybody's looking for that bargain," NeSmith said. "No one can really afford to pay retail anymore."
So how much is she saving?
"Probably saving half," NeSmith said.
And she is not the only one.
"I spent 200 dollars," said grandmother Beth Betts. "But I saved 200 dollars."