Kids Junction Resale
2267 NW Military Hwy Ste 102, San Antonio, TX 78213
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03/09/2012Provided by Citysearch -
I think this is the best resale shop in San Antonio. The store is always clean and organized. They give you a little more on your resale items than the other shops, and the customer service has always been wonderful every time I go (which is often). I've always kind of felt ""ripped off"" after selling my items to other local resale shops, but I don't fill that way when I sale to Kids Junction. Their inventory is always fresh and new...so I love shopping there. Just an AWESOME place!
09/28/2011Provided by Citysearch -
We tried selling a bunch of clothes at another re-sale shop and were given $9.00 for 7 items. We were told they didn't accept items with any wear whatsoever (that's nearly impossible), and certain styles that were non-regional (whatever that means). We then took the remaining clothes to Kids Junction and sold them for $60.00. The manager was very nice, professional and we are definitely going to do business with them again, soon.
06/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My older sister recommended this place. This was a good exp, the store was very clean and the merch was nearly new, no stains, no tears, very lightly used. Prices were very good, I found the bouncer and swing I have on my registries for less than half the price of new. I will def be going back, great selection of toys also.
The only con is we called and asked for directions, being we have been in SA very long, and we were given the wrong directions. Ended up searching for the store for over an hour and a half, we kept calling and they lady answering the phone kept saying they were off Starcrest, its not Starcrest, its off West Ave, Military HWY, Castle Hills area.
06/12/2010Provided by Citysearch -
ok to all u people who knock Kids Junction have u ever stopped to think that maybe this is the one store that actually would take ur items used where as the other stores unless u wrap ur kid in bubble wrap and then use the item then u can resale to the others but at kids j they understand things are used come on were talking about kids here no childs things are perfectly cleaned u might as well go to the store buy something not use it and then take it to one of the other resales did u also ever stop and think about where u r shopping it says resale not never been used if u want something new go to the store dont complain on here and bring bad business to the store hello this economy isnt even good right now another thing for the parents that do shop kids j how about learning some respect and learn to watch ur kids this isnt a drop in daycare while u shop this is a business and the kids do not need to go under the racks or play with toys its not the kids fault its the parenting skills that most lack when they walk in there no wonder why people find things not up to par in there cause there are too many other people that walk in there and distroy the store so the employees and owner r left to clean up ur messes if u want to complain take a look in the mirror b 4 u get on here and gripe and just to let all u people know who think I dont know what im talking about I have been going there since i was 17 and am now 27 and have never had a bad experience and a mother of 3 and a nanny and have seen first hand how kids act in that store so next time think before u speak people and would u like someone to treat u the way ur treating the business i think not
I just wanted to let u know this was my 1st time there and my last. went i to see what all the store had to offer. ended up spending over 130.00 bought clothes,a bouncer and a swing. when i went up to pay, a man came up to the cashier and put a blue tag in front of the cashier and said this is the tag off the outfit. was not sure at first what he was talking about but the lady asked me if the outfit my little one was wearing was his. I said to the man: my child came in with this on. It is 40degrees outside he did not come in naked." after he said what he said it dawned on me he was saying i was trying to steal an outfit , i just wanted to get out of there i was so embaressed.I just spent 130.00 and he was accusing me of stealing. sorry but the man could of handled it in another manner and asked me instead of making a scene in front of everyone making me look like i was a criminal. i will NEVER go there again and i will make sure none of my friends and family step foot inthere either.
11/03/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I think the other reviewers might be expecting boutique treatment. I have always had good luck finding nice clothes at a very nice price. Especially for the little, little ones - lots of great stuff for babies & all practically new!
You do have to check the tags to be sure you are not over spending for a Walmart brand, but there are always new items there and many still have the tags attached.
If you are selling your items, call to make an appointment to save yourself some time.
10/10/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I went to this store to get rid of my summer clothes and i was told that they will only except fall clothes. Tell me, why on earth would i give u my fall clothes in the fall? Dont you think that they would take my summer clothes so that i can buy their fall clothes? Is this store working backwards? I will now only shop at WalMart and Target. I will also be donating my sons used clothes to the Goodwill. Thanks for waisting my time!!!
03/11/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I WENT TO THIS PLACE AS I SEE PEOPLE ON CRAIGSLIST SPEAKING ABOUT IT. I THOUGHT IF I WOULD GO IN AND SEE WHAT IT WAS LIKE I WOULD BRING MY KIDS CLOTHES AND TOYS AS WELL. NEED LESS TO SAY, I THOUGHT THE CLOTHES ON THE RACKS WERE VERY OUT DATED OR JUST UGLY. THEY ARE SELLING BRAVA (ACADEMY BRAND) SOCCER CLEATS FOR $9. THEY SELL FOR $8.99 REGULAR PRICE AT THE STORE. I AM NOT ONE TO WALK OUT OF A STORE EMPTY HANDED SO I MADE MYSELF BY A TOY HORSE FOR MY DAUGHTER WAY OVER PRICED AT $3.50. THE HAIR WAS TANGLED AND HAD PEN MARKS ON IT, BUT IT WAS THE CHEAPEST THING I FOUND. COME ON THEY HAD A BABY CRIB THERE PRICED AT $109, GO TO WALMART AT LEAST IT'S NEW. NOW THAT I SEE THE REVIEWS, I DO BELEIVE THAT I SHOULD JUST DONATE IT. IT'S NOT WORTH THE DRIVE.
03/09/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Kind of looks like junk factory.
Try these and look for others:
Kid to Kid: 2 locations, one off 1604 by 281, pretty big selections
Green Baby: 2 locations one off of 1604 and Bandera, the other off 1604 somewhere past 281 (heading east), nice stores with nice stuff
Sweet Repeats: just moved
03/06/2009Provided by Citysearch -
i went into this store just to look around, now since I wasn't looking for anything specific I didn't really care if I received any customer service from these dumb broads, but no other person in the store did either. Now I realize that they probably hate their $7.00 an hour job and they probably steal some clothing/toys for their own kids but its not their fault, the blame must be on the manager/owner if that person gave a damn about their business then customer service would be exemplary. I didn't personally go through trying to sell items but if I was treated half as bad as these other women they would definitely regret speaking to me like that. Well ladies that are plenty other resale shops in San Antonio just google it if I were you I wouldn't give these ""people"" my business let them just go bankrupt!!
***And if any employees or even the owner is reading these comments REMEMBER if it wasn't for people coming in to resale their items you idiots wouldn't have a job!!!!!!! So treat people right you never know who you might cross***
12/16/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The staff is horribly rude to people who are trying to sell clothing. They use a black light to scan clothing for stains. When was the last time your toddler went to a RAVE!!??! They have ridiculous limitations on what they will buy and the amount that they will pay. The funny thing is that the clothes in their store do not look anywhere near perfect, and the prices are to close to clearance prices to be a good buy. The last straw for me was when they refused to buy my son's Gap jeans because they were too faded! It's like they haven't stepped foot into a real store and checked out the current fashions! HELLO - that's how they are sold brand new!
I think the only positive reviews must come from the owner or her friends and family, because the same experience by so many people IS NOT a coincidence.
11/24/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I have been going to KJ for the past 8 years, and they do have some good prices. I recommend shopping for clothes and toys for the younger age group (8 yrs. and younger), very good stuff. But, for older than 8 is hard to find everyday clothes that are functional and cute. You'll have better luck finding dresses for that special occasion, or Sunday clothes. Over the years, they have gotten nastier, and pickier. But, I don't know whether it is that they are more willing to buy little kids clothers rather than older kids clothes (as my kids have grown). They do tend to make you feel dirty, and yes customer service at Goodwill IS tons better. As far as kids are concerned, when my kids were little they did look forward to playing in the back. But I was also careful not to allow them to run around the store or go under the racks as did alot of other children. All in all, I do go there for special ocassion dresses for my girls, and pants for boys, but I'd rather bless someone with my kids clothes than deal with those ladies and NOT get much money. BY THE WAY THERE IS A MUCH BETTER RESALE STORE WITH WONDERFUL SERVICE, KID-TO-KID in the shopping center on Huebner and Vance Jackson.
09/08/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I went to this resale shop a number of years ago. My daughter is nine now.I think she was about 1 when I attempted to take some things for consignment there. I only went once. The folks there were pretty rude. I had never been to a cosignment or resale store before so I had no expectations. I am a germ freak and I have a bit of OCD in regards to clean clothes and clean children.They made me feel like I was the nastiest mom in san antonio when I tried to resale some items. I left in near tears never to return again. They were so rude and I almost had to wait over 15 minutes before anyone even acknowledged my presence in the store. I was patient through the process though. Now some years later I just cleaned out both my kids closets. I have been taking tons of items to goodwill or donating to the local children's home for the past 4 years. I thought why not try to earn a few extra bucks for a change but Im afraid to spend $3.49 per gallon of gas to drive across town to be humilated again. i dont know of any other resale stores for kids clothes though. I am hoping that the few good reviews that I have seen posted in the last month or two are accurate accounts of their store experience. Maybe I will give a shot again..................
07/25/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I think the people writing bad reviews for Kids Junction must really have some personal issues. I go there often to buy and sell and so do alot of my friends. All the womens meetings I attend there is alot of talk about places to shop and this store always comes up and always very positive things to say. They have always been very fair in buying things from me. They tell me that the prices they set are usually about one-fourth to one-half of the current retail price. I do think some people have a very inflated idea of what used items should be worth. They are very selective which is good when you are buying items. As to the person who said the items were not good- must have thought she was in Macy's-- this is a resale store! You really should check it out for yourself. If you do have any concerns just ask for the owner(Charlene), she would be happy to talk to you, she has been the owner for 24 years.