Let’s talk about shelf pull and customer returned clothing from major department stores. Most large retailers have a liquidation division where they wholesale clothing by the pallet; this clothing is great for discount stores, eBay, and flea market sellers.
You can buy direct or opt to purchase smaller quantities from a wholesale liquidator, but smaller quantities always translates to a higher cost per unit. In smaller 50-100 count lots of shelf pull apparel, expect to pay somewhere between $4-$6 per piece in a mixed assorted lot (various sizes, brands, and styles). When purchasing mixed assorted lots, remember you will have no control over what you are receiving. You get what you get!
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If you decide to make a wholesale purchase direct there are a couple of requirements you should be aware of:
- You must supply a resell tax ID (also referred to as a tax certificate or resale number) upon the new liquidation buyers application.
- You must be prepared to spend a minimum of $3,000 (customer returned pallets) up to an average spend of $6,000 – $9,000 for what they call a “job out,” which is simply multiple pallets.
- As a direct buyer, you will be responsible for arranging freight once a purchase has been made.
When buying direct, you can chose from several categories of clothing including men’s, women’s, and children’s only lots. Why pay a middleman, when you can buy Direct From Major Department Stores?
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