Anyone can consign their items and everyone is welcome! Consigning items with Rhea Lana’s offers you the ability earn more than what a consignment store can offer, it’s less work than conducting your own garage sale and a hassle/haggle free way from selling items online.
It’s easy! Simply register to consign on our website. Be sure to thoroughly read the Acceptable Items, Merchandise Prep, and Pricing Guide tabs.
Consignors earn 65 - 75% of their sales.
The consignor fee is automatically deducted from your proceeds.
Consignors enjoy the experience when they allow themselves enough time to get all their items prepared and entered without feeling rushed. Organizing your items by gender and size will allow for easy entering and a quick drop off. Using our Voice Entry feature is a HUGE time saver for consignors as it allows you to enter 100 items in just 30 minutes. Consider printing your barcode labels at home to expedite consignor drop off.
Please visit our Consignor Schedule to view the consignor deadline.
Wal-Mart, office supply stores, and the Rhea Lana store
You will drop your items off at the event location during the designated Drop Off days/times.
We recommend pricing your items at 25-30%. Our Pricing Guide goes into more detail.
Yes! You’ll need to have a separate consignor number for each event.
We require plastic hangers for all items. We care about your items and plastic hangers ensure your items are protected and look great on the rack. Retail plastic hangers are acceptable!
Your hangers stay on the items and go home with the shopper. However, any items you purchase will include the hanger. If this is your first time consigning we suggest marking your items 25-50 cents higher to help re-coop your initial investment.
You’ll need to bundle items to reach the required $3.00 value minimum.
We typically recommend to allow one hour per one hundred items for Consignor Drop Off.
Your Check and Sales Report are available on Consignor Pick Up day!
The Voice Item Entry allows you to enter your items by voice description with a mobile device. It’s a game changer for consignors as they can enter 100 items in as little as 30 minutes.
Yes! Our consignors can watch their sales live from the website or the Rhea Lana App.
Yes, you may bring one guest with you. During COVID restrictions, if children are allowed at this local event, then your guest may be your child.
It’s much less work than conducting your own garage sale and certainly safer and much easier than meeting strangers and selling items one at a time online.
We frequently sell 95% of our baby equipment, furniture, and toys! This includes outdoor toys! They are in high demand and you can earn top dollar for them at Rhea Lana’s!
We encourage you to write the number that corresponds with your item entry on the tag. This will help you keep your items in order during the consignor process. There is no need to write any other information on the tag.
We require all items either come assembled or are assembled at consignor drop off.
The inventory sheet is printable once you click ‘Finish Batch’, it is a print out of each item you’ve entered into the event and is required at consignor drop off in order for us to guarantee your items.
No, we will have everything neatly sorted for you by your consignor number.
If you are unable to pick up your own items you are allowed to notify us with whom has permission to pick up on your behalf. Please note, our guarantee is void for items when anyone other than the consignor picks up unsold items. Any items left past the designated pick up time will be given to donations as we are unable to hold any items in our rented space.
Our donated items go to local foster families and non-profit organizations in the community.
YES: Each consignor can bring 300 items to the event. ALSO: 1) We will limit hanging INFANT ITEMS (newborn to 9mo) to 25 items. This does not include items like bottles and bibs, just hanging items. 2) We will also limit MATERNITY CLOTHING to 15 items per consignor. 3) JUNIOR CLOTHING, each consignor can bring 15 hanging items. As always, we encourage you to bring your best items so that you sell a high percentage of your things. A consignor who brings 75 great items will do better than a consignor who brings 100 items that are poor quality and marked too high.
This will be our FALL/Winter EVENT ~ HEAVY COATS, COSTUMES, HEAVY WINTER BOOTS, CHRISTMAS OR HALLOWEEN CLOTHING. We accept clothing sizes newborn - juniors. Junior girls up to size 15 and XL tops. NO WOMEN'S CLOTHING. Boys sizes up to 32 waist and men's medium shirts. **JUNIOR CLOTHING NEEDS TO LOOK YOUTHFUL. Our shoppers are boys who have young men bodies and girls who have young ladies bodies.
Place them in a ziploc bag and then seal the ziploc with clear packing tape. This is important!
First, be sure to affix the barcode label to the string tag; do not stick it directly onto the item or the bag. Then attach the string tag to the item and tag inside the bag. Make sure the tag is visible.
We suggest you bring a laundry basket or tote, a large shopping bag, or a stroller. All large bags will need to be checked at the door.
If it meets our "excellence quality" standards, then group it together with one or two more like items. Pin them together on a hanger, or group them in a ziploc bag and put one price for the entire group.
Wrinkled clothes do not sell! Please do what is necessary to make your clothes look clean and nice. Remember, the better they look, the better they sell!
Yes, you may enter additional batches. Consignors are charged the consignor fee of $10 per consignor number, up to 300 items
Yes. Most of the furniture displayed in the Furniture Nook is sold in the first two days of our events. Contact Jennifer about bringing larger furniture items and read more about what items are not accepted before listing furniture for the sale.
We will NOT accept any cribs manufactured before Dec 31, 2010.
For cribs manufactured between Dec 31, 2010, and June 28, 2011, we can accept them if they have a certificate of compliance and have not been recalled.
For cribs manufactured after June 28, 2011, we can accept them if they have not been recalled.