Click here to register as a Consignor or Volunteer. Registration will open on January 12th, 2020. **See below for details on our consignor lottery.**
Click here to download the Spring 2020 Registration form. You may be asked to agree to this seller contract online when registering and will bring a paper version during Drop-Off.
Watch this video for step by step instructions on how to enter yourself into our consignor lottery!
What if I earned a Guaranteed Consignor Spot from the last sale?
Consignors from our previous sale earned a guaranteed spot in one of two ways- by being a Top 10 seller, OR selling more than $400 AND volunteering 2 shifts. This is only redeemable for the next sale. If you qualified, you were notified and will receive a reminder email with more details on how to claim your spot by the deadline set. Please note- this only guarantees your consignor spot during registration, you’ll still need to get online early if you prefer any of the popular Volunteer shifts. Be sure to bring your very best items to help you qualify again!
How do I register to become a consignor?
Due to how fast our registration has historically filled up, we are continuing to implement a Lottery style registration for the Spring/Summer 2020 sale.
On the date that registration opens, visit our website and click on the link above. It will transfer you to the consignment manager website we use, My Consignment Manager (MyCM).
- If you have been a consignor or volunteer in the past with any sale that uses MyCM, you will enter your user name and password.
- If you are new, you will create an account.
Lottery registration will be open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm (The website will say “Registration is Closed” – this is because it is a lottery style registration.) You may log in anytime that day once it is open and will be prompted to register for our Wait List Only. It is important that you then click/select that you want to be on the wait list. Note- the site will say “Registration is closed” and ask you to join the wait list. Simply click to join the wait list and you’ll be in the lottery. If you aren’t sure you clicked correctly, you can log back in to be sure it shows you are on the wait list. Everyone registered into the wait list by 7:00 PM on that day will be in the lottery. After that time, the online wait list will remain open but you will not be entered into the initial lottery. **There is no rush to be online immediately, you just need to be registered before 7:00 PM for your name to be in the lottery. (Initial wait list position does not affect whether or not you obtain a consignor spot. Volunteering also does not affect this initial drawing.) That evening, we will begin the lottery and update registrations that won a consignor spot on Monday, January 13th. Note- it may take us 24-28 hours to complete this due to how task-oriented it is.)
If your name is drawn for a seller spot:
- You will receive a confirmation email when we update your online registration.
- You MUST log-in and pay your non-refundable registration fee within 24-hours to complete your seller registration.
- If you do not complete your registration, the seller spot will be given to the next person.
After all spots are filled, we will continue to organize the remaining names entered before 7:00 PM into a primary waitlist. Registrations entered after 7:00 PM will be organized by the timestamp in MyCM based on when you registered. If a consignor spot opens due to someone dropping out or not entering their 5-items, we’ll refer first to our lottery order, then to the MyCM’s time-stamped wait list.
Please note, after the first drawing and initial consignor spots are filled, you can improve your position on the waitlist by registering for Volunteer shifts regardless of where you are on the waitlist. (Registering for a Volunteer shift does not affect the initial lottery.) However, if you do register for a shift and obtain a consignor spot but do not show up for your shift, we reserve the right to remove you as a consignor in the future.
Once you receive confirmation you are a consignor and pay your non-refundable registration fee, you can immediately begin entering items. You’ll need to have at least 5 items entered before our “5-item deadline” or you’ll forfeit your spot and fee. You will receive reminders for this key date and it is posted in several places on our website.
If you are Volunteering only, you may select shifts any time once registration is open.
What percentage of my total sales do I receive?
Consignors receive 65% of the sell price of their items sold. Additionally, you’ll have the satisfaction of supporting many ministries of the church missions and amazing local charities with the other 35%. Want to earn 70%? Come Volunteer with us! Help just one shift to earn 70%. Please note, Settlement Reports will default to 65% during the sale. We will manually change your earned percentage AFTER the sale.
Is there a registration fee?
Yes, there is a $14 registration fee per consignor that helps us cover the expense of running the sale. This fee will be paid when you complete your online registration. This is a non-refundable fee whether you are removed as a consignor at our 5-item entry deadline or cannot join the fun.
Can an individual register for more than one consignor spot?
No, seller numbers are one per person and one per household. If there is more than one consignor per household, one of the registrations will be deleted. Also, no sharing consignor numbers.
Important Dates that Consignors Need to Know:
- January 12th- Registration opens for consignors & volunteers.
- Monday, February 10th, 8:00 p.m. – Consignors who have not entered 5 items will forfeit their spot and spots will be filled from the wait list. Anyone receiving a spot will be notified by Wednesday, February 12th.
- Sunday, March 1st 8:00 p.m. – Volunteer registration locks. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to add yourself to a volunteer shift after this time.
- Monday, March 2nd 10:00 p.m. – Online Entry Locks. All items must be entered. You may only view and print tags after this.
- Thursday, March 5th, 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. – Item drop off – Please come at your scheduled “check-in” time. Please see the “Drop Off” tab for more instructions in the Consignor Info section.
- Friday, March 6th- Consignors Shop!
1:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.- Consignors with two or more volunteer shifts can shop
2:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.- Consignors with one volunteer shift can shop
3:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.- All consignors can shop
- Saturday, March 7th, 6:00-6:30 p.m. – All consignors must pick up unsold items that they do not want donated. All items not picked up will be donated to the missions at 6:30p.m. There are NO EXCEPTIONS to this.
When is the registration form due?
You may be asked to sign an online contract at the time of registration which is our Registration Form. We’ll also ask for this completed form when you drop off your items. See the “Drop Off” menu in the Consigning Info tab for more information. We cannot accept items without the registration form.
How many items can I consign?
Consignors may enter up to 200 items. Shoes MUST be limited to 10 pairs.
Do I receive any shopping perks for consigning?
Yes, consignors can shop the Friday Presale at 3:30 pm. If you also choose to be a volunteer, you can shop even earlier! One shift beyond consigning gets you in the door at 2:30 pm, and two or more shifts get you in at 1:30 pm (the earliest time). Trust us…it’s worth the fun of volunteering to shop before the crowd at 4:00pm! We will have your name at the door with your qualified shopping time. Consignors also receive a Buddy Pass when you drop your items off. Your Buddy may shop the Presale at 5:30pm with no entry fee; they must present the pass at the door. (Pay-to-Shop begins at 4:00pm.)
*In order to maintain the integrity and the value of the early shopping/presale, and the quality of our wonderful volunteers/consignors like you, we cannot allow anyone (with the exception of your spouse and children under 18) to enter the presale with you. You have earned the right to be there and we have to honor that. Please do not ask us to break this policy at the door.