Friday, February 08, 2013

Flipsize: Smart Way to Buy, Sell, & Swap Kids' Clothes! {Giveaway}



Everyone who has kids knows just how quickly kids grow out of their clothes.  We seem to need new pants for Little One every other month! No joke!

Parents also know that buying kids' clothes every time your children outgrow their clothes can become really expensive. That's why Flipsize.ca is brilliant! Flipsize is a smart way to buy, sell, and swap kids' clothes!

Here's how it works:
Request a bag from FlipSize, and fill it with children's clothing and send it in to FlipSize. People sending in clothing can trade points earned for Amazon,ca, Amazon.com, Babies R Us, PayPal cash or use them to buy clothes on Flipsize.ca!

How brilliant is that? With Little One being the tiniest out of the lot (she's definitely the petite one in her group of friends), she gets everyone's hand-me-downs. We're no strangers to gently used clothing. Little One also gets lots of beautiful new clothes (Mommy inherited her Filipina mom's and aunties' shopping gene). Flipsize would be great for anyone who wanted to buy, sell, or swap kids' clothing.

FlipSize accepts:
  • Children's Clothing Size 12M to 12 in good condition and laundered
  • Shoes Sizes NB to Pre-School (Size 0-13.5 and 1-3 Pre-K)
  • New with tags (NWT) items
  • Coats, jackets, hoodies, hats, and swimsuits
For more information or if you'd like to find out what items are accepted (or what items aren't accepted!), and what rewards can be earned, visit the Flipsize.ca website.

If you upgrade to Gold Membership, you receive:
  • Wishlist items reserved for you
  • Gold only discounts and promotions
  • Special access areas
Here's some exciting news!  You can win a $100 GC for Flipsize.ca!
To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below. Giveaway open to residents of Canada and closes on Feb. 22nd.

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Thank you to FlipSize and Kidsumers  for organizing this giveaway. I was not compensated for this post and the opinions are my own.


7 comments:

LilSugarMag said...

BRILLIANT Idea!! I will definitely be checking this out! Thanks for the share <3

Shayna Murray said...

Gymboree!

Interesting idea. I buy a lot of second hand stuff for my little ones and then sell her stuff at various consignment sales throughout the year.

Bonnie Way said...

Sounds like a cool idea! We've gotten lots of hand-me-downs for our girls (their cousins are just a bit older than them), but if we have a baby boy next, I don't know where I'll get clothes, so this would be great! Thanks.

Gingermommy said...

I love this idea for kids clothes. Why not get something out of old clothes when the kids are outgrown them? Love it!

Jennifer Van Huss said...

Great idea! It always feels like a waste when your kids grow out of their things! I like getting GCs!! Thx

Lori said...

Love the idea of having yet another option to get rid of the old kids clothes that are outgrown!

Sny Med said...

Thanks for the share! I had not heard about this service before and it sounds like a good one!

Jenna
www.snymed.blogspot.ca

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