Spring Cleaning: Cash for Clothes on Totspot!
Since I discovered Totspot, I have started parting with my kids clothing and actually earning some of the money back that I initially spent. If you didn't read my initial review of the Totspot app, check it out here, but I will give you a quick rundown of what it is all about.
Totspot is the fastest growing resale shopping app in America for kids' clothes. It is basically an app that allows you to buy and sell kids clothes in about 45 seconds- you snap a photo, add a few basic details, and post it (easily share on Facebook and Instagram too, if you wish!). Transactions are managed and pre-labeled for you, and you make a sweet commission- 80% of selling price. Also, you can purchase clothes from other sellers at amazing prices- many sellers bundle clothing for a discount (and remember, these are parents selling their kid's clothes, so they often have a lot of one size!). Give it a try- claim a $2 credit with my personalized invitation code when you are signing up, TVCLMY. The app is free to download, and you can start selling or shopping right away!
If you already sell clothes on Instagram, Totspot has an amazing deal for you:
- You can earn 100% commission for a limited time (everything you sell goes directly to your pocket!)
- Totspot will manage your transactions, from payments to shipping labels
- Access to 24/7 customer service
- Earn up to $1,000 by moving an existing Instagram shop to Totspot as long as you qualify- pretty sweet, right?
I just wish I had a store to transfer over!
With Spring Break just around the corner, I know I am going to search Totspot for the perfect items. We are heading to Mexico with over 40 extended family members, and are having a color-coordinated family photo taken. I will have my swatches in hand as I surf the Totspot app, ready to purchase cute color-coordinated clothes at a great price for Bryson and Charlotte.
What are you waiting for? Check it out today, and don't forget to use my code (TVCLMY) for a $2 credit!
Disclosure: I received compensation for this post, but all opinions are honest and my own.