Mom-to-Mom Sales in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Mom to mom sales are starting to reschedule for the fall. Get tips to prep for when they return and find some info on local sales coming up later this year.

Due to COVID-19 concerns, most events through July in southeast Michigan have been canceled. Even events in August and September might even be on the chopping block.

But it won’t be like that forever. Eventually, life will get back to some semblance of normal — and you’ll want to be ready when mom-to-mom sales pop back up.

Here are a few posts that can help you get prepared. Check them out now along with a few mom-to-mom sales happening later this year.

How to price items and prepare for a mom-to-mom sale

Stack of kids clothes with a pacifier on top

If you’re looking to make extra cash off your kids’ gently used items or just rid your home of things you don’t need, check out these 10 tips to ensure you’re pricing and preparing for a mom-to-mom sale like a pro.

Tips for shopping at mom-to-mom sales

Learn how to score the best deals and get exactly what you’re shopping for with a little advance planning and these tips for shopping mom-to-mom sales.

Things you should never buy from mom-to-mom sales

Mom-to-mom sales are great for selling gently used children’s clothing and toys – but there are five items you should definitely steer clear of.

Upcoming mom-to-mom sales

Things are starting to reopen in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor and some mom-to-mom sales are back on in our area, with proper social distancing and other coronavirus prevention rules. Here are a few coming up.

Rhea Lana’s of Metro Detroit Mom-to-Mom Sale

July 17-25, 2020

  • Time: Varies by date
  • Location: West Ridge Shopping Center, 35585 Warren Road, Westland
  • Cost: Free

Bring the entire family to this department store-style event.

Downriver Foster Closet Mom-to-Mom Sale

Sept. 5, 2020

  • Time: 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Location: The Grecian Center, 16300 Dix-Toledo Road, Southgate
  • Cost: $1

This sales features 40 tables of gently-used kids’ clothing and other gear. Strollers welcome all hours.

St. John Lutheran Taylor Mom-to-Mom Sale

Sept. 12, 2020

  • Time: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Location: St. John’s Lutheran, 13115 Telegraph Road, Taylor
  • Cost: $1

Find 40 tables of new-to-you children’s items including clothing, toys and more.

This post is updated regularly.

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