FAQ

What forms of payment do you accept?
Cash, Visa, Mastercard, and checks with manager approval.

Can I make an offer on an item? Because we have contracted the prices you see with our individual consignors, we cannot accept offers on any items in the store.

What happens to items that don’t sell? Consignors may choose to have items returned to them or items will be donated on their behalf.

Do you have layaway? We do not.

Do you have a truck? Do you deliver? Posh Peacock is happy to provide you with list of several third party movers in the Omaha area.

What happens if an item is scheduled to mark down on Sunday? It will mark down at 10:00 am on the Monday following. (And in order to be fair to all customers, no, we cannot sell it to you on Saturday at 4:00 pm)

If my consigned item doesn’t sell and I choose to donate, where does it go? In the local area, we partner with the following great charitable organizations:

Angel Guardians
Through their volunteer efforts with three area “Hand Me Ups” thrift stores, Angel Guardians underwrites the needs of the VSP Club. The mission of Angel Guardians is to seek to improve the quality of life for teens and adults with intellectual disabilities in the areas of housing, employment, fitness, socialization and recreation. You can learn more about their organization at http://www.angelguardians.org/Hand_Me_Ups.html

Assistance League
Assistance League® of Omaha is a nonprofit volunteer service organization whose members identify, develop, implement and fund ongoing philanthropic programs to serve specific needs of children and adults in the greater Omaha community. The Assistance League Thrift Shop is operated by Assistance League volunteers and funds from the thrift shop are used to support Omaha area philanthropy. You can learn more here: http://www.alomaha.org/thrift-shop/

Omaha’s Habitat for Humanity’s Restore
Omaha’s Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Habitat ReStore is a discount home improvement outlet that sells new, used, and surplus merchandise at prices 50-70% less than their retail cost. In addition to providing the public with low-cost building materials, Habitat ReStore helps the environment by diverting usable materials from local landfills. Since 2001, Omaha’s two Habitat ReStore outlets have diverted approximately 17,570 tons of material from landfills. Habitat ReStore is open to the public and proud to offer affordable, eco-friendly ways for those living in and around the Omaha area to purchase quality new and used home maintenance and building supplies. You can find locations and learn more here: http://omahahabitatrestore.org.