Public Shopping Times
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Shop Early to Get the Best Deals!Select a Preview Sale to shop before the Public
Shop First Tuesday!
The more shifts you do, the earlier you shop! Plus if you sell, you can earn more.
Selling is great to earn money and clean out the house. Our sellers shop a day before the Public.
Shop Wednesday Before the Public!
Shop before the Public! Select a paid entry time and guarantee your spot for the best deals!
If you are expecting or adopting your first child, this special preview sale is for YOU!
Early Entry Presale
Did you miss your chance to shop our Preview Day? Fear not! You can still shop before the public! Our special Early Entry sale opens an hour before the public sale on Opening Day at each of our locations. Just bring $5 cash per adult and you get to enter this special sale before the public. Be sure to check out the non-profit that receives your donations – Retouch and all of the awesome work they are doing to feed, educate and disciple at risk children in Kenya. No donation is needed for children.
Woodstock: Thus. March 4, 8:30am
Marietta: Thus. March 11, 8:30am
We accept cash as payment. We also accept Debit ($1 fee) and Credit ($2) fee. We do not accept Amex or checks.
Parking & Admission
Admission is free during the Public Shopping Times. On opening day we have a special Early Entry Presale! Adults who donate $5 to charity can enter 1 hr before the public sale times listed on the “Shop” link. There is no charge for children. Parking is free.
Our events are held in fairgrounds, churches & warehouses. The majority of our merchandise is located in air-conditioned/heated buildings, however some locations have large items located in a outside covered area. Bathroom facilities are accessible at all locations.
Children at Public Sale
We know that our little ones are the reason we are all here! Children are welcome during our Early Entry Sale & Public Shopping Times. We do ask that you please keep your children near you, as our events can be very crowded. We ask that all children are supervised, especially in the Toy Area.
Children on Preview Sale Day
Our special Preview Sales are for adults & children 10 and older. This restriction includes no infants in carriers or slings.
Strollers are now welcome during our Public Shopping Times at all of our events!
Saturdays are awesome as many items are half off! Just look for the tags that say “1/2 on Saturday? YES
We strive at All 4 Kids to only offer the best items at all of our consignment sales events. Our policy is to not sell recalled or unsafe items. Because we are all parents, the safety and security of our customers is our number one priority. To view our Recalls policy & Information, please keep reading below.
All 4 kids offers shopping bags for in-store use. We suggest bringing a laundry basket to store all of your goodies. Upright wheeled laundry baskets are customer favorites. 🙂 If we notice a stack of un-attended items for a long period of time, the items may be put back on the sales floor.
All 4 Kids prides ourselves on high quality, gently used children’s items. Although we have an amazing Kids Crew who inspect items upon arrival, some defects may slip through. Please thoroughly check all items, as there is a No Return/No Exchange policy. However, If you purchase an electronic item that is $20 or more and it does not function correctly, it may be returned prior to 1pm on Sat. If you come across a stained/damaged item, please give the item to the Kids Crew to remove from the sales floor.
All 4 Kids strives to protect our consignor’s merchandise as if it was our own. Because we have security and/or officers at all of our events, we have not had any major issues. All large purses/diaper bags/backpacks/strollers will be tagged as you enter and may be subject to search. Switching tags is a crime and will be prosecuted.
Trying on Clothing
Due to space restrictions, we do not have fitting rooms available. We apologize, however, we do not allow anyone to try on clothing/shoes or remove anything from the hanger. We suggest measuring your child’s current clothes at home (inseam, length, waist etc). Most shoppers then bring a tape measure to check for the correct size.
We know Large Items are very difficult to carry around. To purchase a large item, please completely fill out the middle section of the special tag attached to all large items. Remove the entire purple bottom portion at the perforation and take to the Cashier. We do not have a holding area for large stacks of clothing. We suggest bringing a rolling cart or laundry basket to hold all of your goodies.
More Info on Recalls
Because it is often difficult for parents to research which products are recalled or considered unsafe, we have included the below lists so our customers and consignors are better informed about the products they are selling and or buying. We expect all of our consignors to use the below lists before consigning any of their items, insuring that none of the items they are offering for sale have been recalled or are unsafe. Below you will find links to important children’s product safety websites.
As you may know, the government recently released updated lead testing standards for children’s items that go into effect on Feb. 10th. A statement taken from the CPSC website is listed below. You can read the full CPSC ruling as well as up date date recalls and safety warnings at http://www.cpsc.gov (Consumer Products Safety Commission).
In February 2009, new requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) take effect. Manufacturers, importers and retailers are expected to comply with the new Congressionally-mandated laws. Beginning February 10, 2009, children’s products cannot be sold if they contain more than 600 parts per million (ppm) total lead. Certain children’s products manufactured on or after February 10, 2009 cannot be sold if they contain more than 0.1% of certain specific phthalates or if they fail to meet new mandatory standards for toys. The new law requires that domestic manufacturers and importers certify that children’s products made after February 10 meet all the new safety standards and the lead ban. Sellers of used children’s products, such as thrift stores and consignment stores, are not required to certify that those products meet the new lead limits, phthalates standard or new toy standards.
While CPSC expects every company to comply fully with the new laws resellers should pay special attention to certain product categories. Among these are recalled children’s products, particularly cribs and play yards; children’s products that may contain lead, such as children’s jewelry and painted wooden or metal toys; flimsily made toys that are easily breakable into small parts; toys that lack the required age warnings; and dolls and stuffed toys that have buttons, eyes, noses or other small parts that are not securely fastened and could present a choking hazard for young children..
www.cpsc.gov U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
www.toyinfo.org Toy Industry Association, Inc.
www.jpma.org Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association
www.recalls.gov online resource for U.S. Government recalls
www.safekids.org Safe Kids Worldwide
www.recallaware.com consolidated product safety information
www.allthetoyrecalls.info list of various toy recall websites
www.familyeducation.com The Family Education Network