Martha Stewart sells $250 tickets for a ‘tag sale’ at her Tony Westchester farm

Lifestyle guru Martha Stewart says she’s cleaning up – selling ‘this and that’ at a ‘Great American Tag Sale’ at her north Westchester County estate next weekend.

But it will cost you dearly.

Stewart, 80, sells tickets for the event at “Martha’s Farm” to Tony Katonah, pricing as high as $250 for prime Saturday and Sunday timeslots – and $25 for less favorable later times, said said New York magazine.

“There will be something for everyone at the Great American Tag Sale,” Stewart said in an Instagram post last week.

“I’m selling 1000s of items – furniture, tableware, cookware, textiles, lighting, bedding, rugs, vintage, antiques, gently used and so much more,” she wrote. “Proceeds will go to @mountsinainyc Martha Stewart Centers for Living.

“Buy your tickets now and get ready to find treasures!” Go to

The image accompanying the message showed a tent filled with wicker chairs.

Wicker chairs by Martha Stewart.
Tickets for sale can be priced as high as $250 for select timeslots on Saturday and Sunday.
Martha Stewart chairs.
Stewart said she sells thousands of items including “furniture, tableware, cookware, textiles, lighting, bedding, rugs, vintage, antique, lightly used.”
Martha Stewart chairs.
Stewart said all proceeds will go to the Martha Stewart Centers for Living.

The life and style icon and TV personality apparently needs to clear some space at her Katonah farmhouse — earlier this month she stocked up on merchandise in Tulsa, Okla.

“Coming home with 8 cercis canadensis the state tree of Oklahoma!!!!!” she wrote on Instagram with a photo of a smiling Stewart flying home the trees in a private jet.

“Purchased at Stringer Nursery in Tulsa,” she wrote. “Also stopped by a lovely @antique shop and found a great table and a dish signed Bunnykins….”

New York Post

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