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Duck Duck Goose - Knoxville

Sept 30 -  Oct 3 from 10am-8pm
Sat half price day


Sale Information:

Duck-Duck-Goose, the largest and most exciting children's consignment event in East Tennessee is returning to the former Kmart next to West Town Mall, April 14th - 18th (closed Sunday). Go to our website to find out more details. Shop the 4-day event and find bargains among the thousands of quality, gently used items. You can save 50-90% off retail prices on baby and children's clothing (preemie to juniors), maternity clothing, kid shoes, baby gear, toys, books, dvds, videos, furniture and anything else related to kids. This is the best place to shop for your kids spring and summer clothes or to get the essential gear for your newborn. We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard and Discover.



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Duckshopper 28-Sep-2011 08:55 PM5 out of 5 stars
Love the sale, Hate the lines!
LaineyLou 09-Mar-2011 03:06 PM5 out of 5 stars
I love DDG! I have shopped two years and will be back--love the duck out of line. Keep up the good work. I only wish I had stuff to sell-I buy for other people's children.
MHC 11-Feb-2011 01:46 PM2 out of 5 stars
I have shopped DDG one time & that was plenty for me! Too much stuff to go thru & such long lines. I think it would be better if it were more limited.
Melanie 23-Mar-2010 08:29 PM1 out of 5 stars
This was my 3rd year with DDG. I had heard that there were loads of improvements, so I went in excited and with an open mind. I was WRONG! It was horrible. I stood in line for 2.5 hours! Seriously, is that necessary? I think they have a great sale and I look forward to it each year, but this was my last time. I cannot do it. My 1 year old was loosing her mind and it was pretty much torture for her. I do love the deals that I get, but I will just go to other sales. I have NEVER been to one with such bad lines. I am so disappointed that they cant make it work.
chrissey 16-Mar-2010 11:51 PM5 out of 5 stars
This sale just gets better with every season. I'm always impressed with the changes that are made to help the consignors and buyers! The owners are very open and receptive to any suggestions and more than happy to answer any questions or concerns, either personally or via email. There are always great deals and a huge inventory to go through. Long lines excite me - it means more people are buying!!! The added de-taggers and registers were great this season - loved the charities that participated and the blood drive. I also enjoy seeing all the sponsors and vendors - I think it's wonderful to get to know and support our local business owners! If anyone has any complaints - I suggest you sign up and work a shift to see how these sales really come together!!! Workers rock! What a blessing the owners have been to me and my family providing such an awesome opportunity for my family to earn money and to also purchase needed items at wonderful prices. This sale is run with the highest integrity and I look forward to shopping and working at DDG.
ksh 16-Mar-2010 12:32 AM5 out of 5 stars
I have shopped DK DK Goose for the past 4 years and each year it gets amazingly better. I consigned this year for the first time and it was a great experience. The owners answered my questions, drop-off was a breeze and so relaxing, plenty of room for all of my things. This sale has alot to offer. Great Great Sale and I will be back to shop and consign. Love it! The owners have a wonderful business and do a wonderful job putting it together.
Orianagb 15-Mar-2010 11:12 PM5 out of 5 stars
I love the DkDkGoose sale. I wasn't planning on even selling this year but was excited to participate through working. But after encouragement from one of the owners I found some things to bring in. She wanted me to have the next level of privilege which needed me to sell 25 items. I worked multiple inspection shifts and was surprised at the number of stained items that made it to the floor. But when someone is working with volunteers in a subjective setting that can, and does, happen. Some inspectors just can't say no for fear of making someone angry. It happens. Boy you are correct on some of the overpricing. I learned at this sale that SO many people really love their stuff. I think many consignors have developed an emotional tie to their children's clothes and possibly psychologically don't really want it to go. What a bummer, but I know they must sell some of it or they wouldn't continue to come back. As for the lines, I don't mind them. I typically hate shopping and if I can go to one location and have both my children completely wardrobed for the next two seasons then a 3 hour line is worth it to me...I don't have to shop again at all and love that feeling. I do appreciate the opportunity that was given to some local charities for the "duck out of Line" feature this year.That way I could continue to shop, have a place in line, and support a local charity. I am pretty sure if 4000 people showed up at Target, loaded up their carts with no less than 100 items each and then all went to checkout at the same time the line would be no less bad. If you came on the first day of public sale I would just say work a few shifts and get in on the private day. The quality available on day one is AMAZING! As were the prices. My children were completely clothed for less than $150 including 12 pairs of shoes and swim-wear. I do wonder what TFJ would tell "new" consignment shoppers about how to shop these sales. Sounds to me like your way isn't working so well for you. What a blessing to have so many sellers and buyers in the same place. It is run amazingly well for an event of it's size. The ton more rack space this sale was great. Although the racks were tight, nothing was left with no place to go.
Beth 15-Mar-2010 12:48 PM1 out of 5 stars
I have consigned (& shopped) with DDG for 3+ years at both the spring & fall sales. Although I love getting a GREAT DEAL and cleaning out my house while putting money in my pocket, it has gotten way to out of hand! As a CONSIGNOR: It took me almost 2 hours to drop-off my items, there wasn't room for my stuff on the racks (when I complained I was told to drop-off earlier but this was my scheduled day), AND my hanging items were thrown in plastic bins "until the racks open up a little". I paid the same fee as other consignors yet my items had no place to hang. They should have added even more racks as the previous sale this problem existed too. They knew it ahead of time. The pick-up process was not as bad as drop-off but not Great. I WILL NOT BE BACK to sell again. I think the owners need to realize that no matter how big there pocket books are getting - they have agreed to provide a service to all there consignors and if they can't do that fairly then they have out grown there ability and need to scale back. And as a BUYER: All I can say is too much dirty and low quality stuff JAMMED on racks and stacked to high to even enjoy shopping for. AND THE LINES LINES LINES!! The hassle and frustration is not worth it. Yes I could have paid someone to "duck out of line" and yes it was charitable but should their only solution to their line problem be "pay" to avoid their problems, or should they address the issue themselves, even if it pulls a little from profits. I will not be back as a buyer either. THERE ARE OTHER CONSIGNMENT SALES TO SHOP without the lines and frustration.
sarah 14-Mar-2010 04:34 PM5 out of 5 stars
oops, forgot to rate, def 5 stars in my book
sarah 14-Mar-2010 04:34 PM3 out of 5 stars
I love DDG and have been looking forward to this sale! Yes, it IS crowded, but I love that I don't have to drive around to a dozen sales - I can get almost everything I need for my two boys in one place. Definitely at the top of my list!
ksd 14-Mar-2010 04:30 PM5 out of 5 stars
what a great sale to load up on necessities! lines do get long so be sure to determine which day is better for you. with all of the amazing items it's not like they will sell out if you wait until a slower day than opening.