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TotSwap provides an excellent way for you to sell your new and gently used children's and maternity items while shopping from the best in name brand and specialty items at great prices!! Items include children's and maternity clothing, shoes, accessories, baby equipment, toys, indoor/outdoor play equipment, books, DVD's, sports equipment and more.
Join thousands of families at each sale who are consigning like-new items and shopping for the best at great prices!
Our Timonium location has been named to ConsignmentMommies.com National Top 10 Consignment Sales!
Thanks to our loyal fans & followers for helping us achieve this incredible honor!
We've added a sale day in GAITHERSBURG for our Spring & Fall sales!!! Due to large crowds and long lines at this sale we are expanding our sale days!! We did this in Timonium last year and it has helped tremendously!! Wednesday night will be for Team Members & Consignors exclusively. Thursday night will be for VIP Pre-Sale Tickets holders.
ONLY consignors who bring a minimum of $50 in merchandise to sell will be permitted to be Team Members at the sales. We will no longer be able to accept those who only shop as Team Members.
We will no longer be accepting baby bumper pads for cribs. MD law prohibits selling them effective June 2013. Mesh bumpers will still be accepted!
We will no longer accept adult books & We will no longer be accepting general Home Decor in Timonium...
All books must be for children or about child rearing... Home Decor will ONLY be accepted in Howard Co. We will still accept CHILDREN'S HOME DECOR at ALL SALES!!
Sellers with more than 200 TOTAL items:
No longer accepting VHS tapes:
Preemie Clothing Items:
There is a clothing limit of 150 items TOTAL PER CONSIGNOR! Within this limit the guidelines for infant and maternity items are still in effect. For more information, please see the Accepted Items page. There are NO LIMITS on other items such as toys, sporting gear, baby equipment, etc.
We will no longer accept breast pumps:
Please see this article from the La Leche League for information to consider: "Are Used Breast Pumps a Good Option?"