What can you expect as a shopper?
This is not your usual garage sale! If you haven't shopped at an EMOMs
Toys & Togs Sale before, get ready for some serious shopping. The
venue is set up like a baby/children's department store, with like
items grouped together and clothing hanging on more than 120 clothing
racks, organized by size, filling 2 basketball courts to the brim.
Be aware: because of the variety, price, and quality of items, this
sale is well-known and very popular. As a result, the sale can be very
busy for the first several hours.
Our sale opens to the general public at approximately 10 am. The
outside line usually forms before 9 am. Fire regulations limit the
number of shoppers that can be admitted at one time. The first section
of the line will be admitted at 10 am (or shortly thereafter). If you
arrive before noon, please be prepared to stand or sit in line. If you
arrive before 9 am, be careful to line up in the “General Public” line
rather than the “EMOMs Members” line, which is admitted at 9 am.
Per fire regulations, we do limit the number of people on the sales
floor at one time, but the sale is still quite crowded, especially
during the first few hours. There are always plenty of items left to
purchase later in the sale!
our best efforts to have many cashiers and baggers, and to help people
efficiently, check-out lines can get very long. We typically have 16
cashiers (sometimes more) working as quickly and efficiently as
possible, which keeps the lines moving. We offer an express line for
people purchasing just a few items. After 1 pm, the lines are usually
Your patience is appreciated.
members enjoy early shopping privileges and may sell items at the Toys
& Togs Sale. Read more
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
to find answers to the following frequently asked questions:
- Where can I find ... ?
- What if I pick out too much to carry while I'm shopping?
- What can I use to carry items while shopping?
- What happens if I am dissatisfied with my purchase?
- How do I pay?
- What if I get hungry?
- Who should I ask for help at the sale?