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Loteda {Review & Discount)

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I’m am sucker for a great deal especially when it comes to purchasing clothes. Let’s be honest, clothing can get quite expensive for children especially as they get older and have random growth spurts when we least expect it. I’ve had to literally go out and purchase the next size up for my son during a season I thought I was already equipped for! You’d think there was something in the water, right? So, I’m excited about a brand new business called Loteda that you can buy & sell gently-worn children’s clothing by the lot covering an entire season whether it be Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter! This company is still in the beta stages but shows great promises in expanding! I’ve asked and they are hoping to grow from offering newborn to 5t already and into other children’s sizes as well as offering maternity clothes for moms! How great is that?

P1150912-001The website is very easy to navigate. If you are choosing to purchase it’s good to know the clothing lots are listed by gender, age, size, and season. I think buying clothing in lots saves so much time! Honestly it has saved me personally hours and hours of mixing, matching, or bidding whether it be shopping online or in a store. The size of each clothing lot varies and so does the price. What I really like is that the shipping price is included so there’s no guessing what your total cost will be before you check out! The prices are reasonable and the money saved is a huge difference! If you’re lucky, there’s bound to be a coupon code around so it’s a good idea to get connected on all the companies social media outlets.

P1150919I purchased a clothing lot for my daughter off Loteda for the Autumn season and couldn’t be happier. The lot included 16 pieces making up eight outfits for just $32.00 shipped. How amazing of a deal is that? I could never get such a deal even shopping at my local thrift stores. The quality of the clothes are impeccable. I kept really wondering if these were worn before! So, it’s great that they are sending pretty high quality apparel out. Brands in the lot of clothes I got for my daughter include Lands End, Circo, LEI, Beetle Juice London, Gymboree, and Greendog to name just off the top of my head. Our lot of clothes had a few dresses, lots of cute tunic tops, and plenty of leggings. My daughter was thrilled with her new clothes and absolutely loved everything wanting to model it and have her own little fashion show. How could I say no?

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I’ve yet to earn money on Loteda, only save it! But it seems like a pretty simple process. You basically take pictures of your organized by season clothing items and upload those pictures to Loteda. They will calculate competitive prices based on original detail and condition for you. Once your lot sells they will send you a prepaid shipping bag for you to put the clothes in and mail. When the person that bought your lot of clothes receives it Loteda will pay you 90% of the selling price. Or you if you don’t want to go through that process, you can send your stuff to Loteda through a requested prepaid shipping bag and they will do all the work for you and you’ll receive a 60% if the selling price instead. Either way sounds like a great incentive for me to start making up lots of clothes my kids have grown out of!
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Whether selling or buying, you’ll be saving big when it comes to Loteda at least by 70%. I still couldn’t believe when I learned that the average American family spends on average $804 dollars a year per child on just clothing. I don’t know about you but I’m eager to see where this company goes and how families likes yours and mine can help it get there! Check it out today.

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Special Coupon Code Alert! Take 25% off your first Loteda purchase during checkout by using the code: CONNECT

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Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a clothing lot for review purposes. The opinions are my own or my immediate family members, based on our personal experience with the product.