Pack. Ship. Get Paid.

Send us your boxed up items and we will sell them for you.

Sell Guard Costumes, Flags, and More

Guard Closet makes it easy to earn extra money for your program by selling winter guard costumes, color guard flags, and most anything you have sitting around in boxes or cabinets. We provide a channel to get your lightly used performance art items in front of thousands of scholastic and independent guard groups to sell your items on consignment. That means your program gets paid when your items sell, helping boost your budget while also cleaning out your closet.

• Sell Guard Costumes, Tunics, Tops, Leotards, and more

• Sell Flag Silks, Swing Flags, and other Equipment

• Earn Money for Your Marching Arts Program

How it Works

What is Consignment?

guardcloset.com does not buy items from you, but we do help you sell them. We provide an avenue for potential buyers to see your items for sale and once they are sold, you get paid!

  • 1. Fill Out Consignment Form

    Fill out our online consignment form to provide us with information about what you want to sell. You will also be given information about acceptable item conditions, preparation and shipping, and more.

  • 2. Ship Your Items

    Clean, pack, then ship us your lightly used items, or arrange for a local pick-up in qualified areas.

  • 3. Intake and Listing

    We will intake the items into our inventory and ensure they are prepared for listing. In a short time, your items will be listed on our website, making them available for sale to the thousands of people people that visit our website each month.

  • 4. You Get Paid

    We determine competitive pricing to max out your sales potential. When someone wants to buy your items, we handle the transaction and shipment from our warehouse. We split the revenue with you to cover our overhead and 60% of the sale price goes right back to your organization, or you can choose to receive 65% store credit toward the purchase of gear from Guard Closet.

How it Works

What is Consignment?

guardcloset.com does not buy items from you, but we do help you sell them. We provide an avenue for potential buyers to see your items for sale and once they are sold, you get paid!

1. Fill Out Consignment Form

Fill out our online consignment form to provide us with information about what you want to sell. You will also be given information about acceptable item conditions, preparation and shipping, and more.

2. Ship Your Items

Clean, pack, then ship us your lightly used items, or arrange for a local pick-up in qualified areas.

3. Intake and Listing

We will intake the items into our inventory and ensure they are prepared for listing. In a short time, your items will be listed on our website, making them available for sale to the thousands of people people that visit our website each month.

4. You Get Paid

We determine competitive pricing to max out your sales potential. When someone wants to buy your items, we handle the transaction and shipment from our warehouse. We split the revenue with you to cover our overhead and 60% of the sale price goes right back to your organization, or you can choose to receive 65% store credit toward the purchase of gear from Guard Closet.

Tips for Selling Your Items

Include as Much Detail as Possible

When you are able to provide detailed information about your consignment items, we are able to add them to our website faster and with more accurate descriptions. Consider providing us with the same information that you like to see when you're shopping for guard and band costumes, uniforms, flags, props, etc. Our product pages also include easy to share links to help you promote your items within your own networks.

Best to Ship is Soon After Each Season Ends

The time of year when you send items for listing has a big affect on how fast your items will sell. The best time to ship your items is within 30 days from the end of marching band season or indoor winter guard season. This allows ample time to get items quality checked, processed, and listed before band directors, guard directors, and other show designers start preparing for the next season.

Advice for Selling on Consignment