Are you or your partner pregnant? Are you a new parent? Do you like bargains?

Well, if you answered yes to any of the above questions then we've got just the sale for you! The Pass It On Kids Sale is returning to the Capital Region this month with over 80,000 items for sale at hugely discounted prices (Pass It On Children's Consignment Sale,

Pass It On Kids Sale -- What You Can Expect

Thanks to these Facebook pictures from Pass It On Kids Sale of last year's event, here's what you can expect to see at this year's sale!

According to Pass It On Kids via Facebook, the event will take place April 21-23, 2023 at the Afrim's Sports Dome at 4 NYSUT Drive in Latham, NY (sometimes comes up as 4 Jacqueline Ave). Cash, Mastercard, Visa, and Discover are all accepted, but no checks are allowed. Also, bring your own bags. You can check out their schedule below:

Early Shopping

First Time Parents

  • Friday, April 21st @6:00-9:00pm
  • 6:30 slot is already full!
  • Register here

Early Bird

  • Saturday, April 22nd @8:00-10:00am
  • $10 fee
  • Buy tickets here

Public Shopping

Saturday, April 22nd

  • 10am-4pm
  • Free

Sunday, April 23rd

  • 8am-2pm
  • Free
  • Most items 1/2 off!

View the Full Sale Schedule here.

Chris Hardy via Unsplash
Chris Hardy via Unsplash

If you're wondering whether you're allowed to bring children with you...

If you need to bring a child they will need a ticket if they are 13 years and older and will need to stay by your side and not play on or with the items for sale. -Pass It On Children's Consignment Sale,

For more information about Pass It On, visit their website.

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