Donate your gently used winter coats and get some free tickets for movies at Carolina Cinemas in South Asheville.
News 13, Carolina Cinemas and Eblen Charities are sponsoring the Spring Clean Coat Drive on March 25, 2011. Drop off coats anytime between 5 a.m. and 8 p.m. While supplies last, Carolina Cinemas will hand out a free movie ticket for every coat donated. There’s a limit of four tickets per family and these can be used to watch movies MONDAY – THURSDAY at Carolina Cinemas.
I just got back from dropping off my priced items for the spring Wee Trade sale at the WNC Ag Center. They will still be collecting merchandise tomorrow, but already the place looks packed. Lots of great bargains and I can’t wait until the sale starts. The pre-sale takes place Friday. The public sale begins at 8 a.m. Saturday and goes until 8 p.m. Then Sunday is *half price day from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
*Consignors have the choice of whether they want to discount their merchandise.
If you’ve never sold at Wee Trade, consider signing up for the fall sale in August. You set your own price and keep 70%!
If you have kids, then the WNC Ag Center is a MUST STOP this weekend. That’s when the WEE TRADE Spring Event happens. Mountains of baby gear, toys, clothing, furniture, books, games — you name it. If it’s for kids, you’ll find it there, and you’ll find it at a great bargain!! Prices are remarkable and you don’t have to worry about going home with something that doesn’t work or clothing that has holes or tears. The WEE TRADE team inspects each item to ensure that only the best is put out for sale.
Presale takes place Friday, February 18. The sale opens to the public at 8 a.m. Saturday, February 19 and runs until 8 p.m. Sunday, February 20 is half price* day from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
*Consignors have the choice of whether their items are discounted by half.
Looking for great deals on Christmas toys, holiday clothing, books, games and bikes? The Wee Trade Holiday Sale takes place today through Saturday at the Boone Cabin at the WNC Agricultural Center across from the Asheville Airport. So MANY great deals!! I went to the pre-sale yesterday and snagged some great bargains. Shh! I can’t tell or my tweens might discover my secrets here on my blog.
Wee Trade owners Nina Miller and Rita London have created some fabulous sales in the past. This time, the space is a little cozier than the big building they use for the August and February sales, but it’s still overflowing with deals.
The Wee Trade Holiday Sale is open today and tomorrow, November 18 and 19, 2010, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Half price day is Saturday, November 20, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It’s time to start thinking about fall. Yeah, I know school isn’t even out yet and there’s summer to enjoy, but now is the time to register to consign your gently used kids’ clothes, toys and accessories at the Wee Trade Children’s Consignment Sale held at the WNC Ag Center in Fletcher, across from the Asheville Airport.
Sale dates: August 6 -8, 2010.
Deadline for registering and printing price tags is 2 p.m. on August 1.
This event is near and dear to my “on the cheap” heart. A great way to get some cash for your items (you keep 70% of the prices you set) as well as to get new gear for back to school.
This tip from our friends at Palm Beach On the Cheap
Visit Old Navy stores on Saturday, May 23, 2009 and pick out a pair of solid colored flip flops for a buck. This offer is good in-stores only and does not include online orders.
LOFT, a division of Ann Taylor Stores Corporation and Goodwill Industries International are giving customers a chance to clean out their closets to make room for new spring styles with the “Out with the Old, Save on the New” event.
Customers who donate their gently-worn pants at any LOFT store will receive $15 off each full price pant purchase from Monday, March 2 to Sunday, March 8. All donated pants from the partnership will be sold in Goodwill® retail stores and the revenues will help fund Goodwill job training programs and support services.
Aeropostale stores have teamed up with Do Something to provide jeans for homeless teens, and they are counting on customers to help them.
Here’s how it works: from now until February 22nd, drop off a pair of gently worn jeans at any Aeropostale store and receive a coupon good for 25% off a new pair.
Aeropostale will make sure the donated jeans are distributed to local homeless shelters and charities. Last year they collected 125,000 pairs and they hope to double that this year.
Thanks to our friends at Albuquerque On The Cheap and Santa Fe On The Cheap for this tip! There is an Aeropostale store at the Asheville Mall.