Target is tiptoeing back into secondhand sales through a deal with resale company, ThredUp.
The big-box retailer confirmed Friday that it launched a page on ThredUp’s website in late March that includes listings of women’s and kids’ apparel, along with accessories. Some items are from Target’s private labels, such as kids’ clothing brand Cat & Jack, or its limited-time designer collaborations, such as one with Lilly Pulitzer in 2015, and others are from luxury brands not typically sold by Target. All are curated by Target from ThredUp’s inventory.
A company spokesperson said Target is in a “test and learn” phase with ThredUp. She declined to share financial terms of the deal. ThredUp also declined to comment.CNBC