Barcoding

How to Barcode Items

Print-&-mail:  May 3 – June 30

  1. login to your seller account during this time period
  2. double-check that your mailing address is correct
  3. enter barcodes – enter qty, price, & discount or no discount (limit 500)
  4. click “Submit Order
  5. you will receive a batch number
  6. click the link, which opens a .pdf that you can print & save
  7. we will receive, print, & ship your order (as long as it is 500 barcodes or less) typically within 2-3 days.
  8. Please note, we no longer mail tags. For info on tag options, click here.

Print-at-home:  July 1 – August 17

  1. you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader & Avery labels (#5160)
  2. login to your seller account during the print-at-home time period
  3. select “Order Barcode Labels” (this link WILL allow you to PRINT barcode labels as long as it’s during the print-at-home time period)
  4. enter barcodes – enter qty, price, & discount or no discount (limit 500)
  5. click “Submit Order
  6. you will receive a batch number and a link
  7. click the link, which opens a .pdf that you can print & save
  8. MAKE SURE YOUR PRINTER SETTINGS ARE “NO SCALING”
  9. print barcodes on Avery or Avery-like labels #5160 (30 per page, clear labels do work)

Questions/Concerns about barcodes:  email barcodes@littletsale.com

Need a few extras? No problem. Barcode printing is available on-site during drop-off and re-stock hours.

What’s on the barcode?

  • Your consignor number
  • Item price
  • Discount option for 1/2 price day – if you choose “No Discount” that is printed on the barcode

What about pricing?

  • Price items to sell: consider brand name, age, condition. We recommend knocking at least 70%-75% off retail price then adjusting from there.
  • Determine clearance prices for your brands, then price down from there.
  • Pricing should be whole dollar or $.50 increments. (ex. $2.00, $2.50, not $2.25) Items not priced in $.50 increments will be reduced to the closest whole dollar amount.
  • $1 is our lowest full price.
  • If you are bringing re-stock, we advise you to let them go for 1/2 price on the final day.
  • If you are donating items, let them go for 1/2 price on the final day.   We have high traffic on 1/2 price day, so your sales will increase and you will take home less!
  • If you want to price competitively, not necessarily to get rid of everything, do your homework on pricing…our shoppers do.

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