Lots of Great stuff and I liked the prices and how clean it is. Definitely a busy place so be ready to wait in line.
Enjoyed my shopping experience, got something for everyone and to resell. LOVE THAT STORE!
Referencing some of the other reviews: yes the prices are high on some items. You HAVE to work this store's sales: every major holiday, all is 30% off. On Wednesdays, if you are 50+, three colors of tags are half priced on clothes and some accessories. About the staples: yes they annoy me. You can however 99% of the time carefully remove them at home by prying the legs of the staple up with a sharp knife and gently remove the staple from the garment. STILL ANNOYING. PLUS SIZED clothes are separated for both women (Queen section) and men (Big and Tall). This is awesome. They have a discount jewelry case with green X marking half-off the regular price. They separate out the quality clothing (coldwater creek, chico's, etc) into a Boutique Aisle (pink tags) which means less time sorting through lesser quality items. NOTE: ALBUQUERQUE HAS A HUGE NUMBER OF THRIFT STORES. Each has a different system for pricing, discounts, and how items are sorted. This store is not for everyone, but it has a large dedicated following of regular customers. CASH ONLY is mildly irritating but i just make sure to hit the CU-ATM 1/4 mile south on Juan Tabo before I go inside. On Friday's the adjacent Furniture warehouse is open. Most items there are really in sad shape, strange to see that owned by same people. But i don't go there for furniture!!
found the people at this store to be very friendly and helpful one of the better thrift stores i have been to in the albuquerque area
I love this place, the people are friendly the prices are reasonable and they are constantly running great sales, including half price off everything days. It is a place that you have to try.
At the time i applyed for help with my gas i had a disconnect notice. I was having a difficult time paying my bill. I was so thankful Saint Vincent de Paul was willing to help me. I found out from a phone call that they failed to make the payment and that I had 15 day to figure things out. I found out that the volunteer made a huge mistake and sent the payment to my electric company instead of the gas company. I was stunned. I depended on them to make that payment. I got a call from the volunteer stating that there was nothing he can do to help me and I should be happy they helped me with my Electric. I tryed to call again to make a report so that maybe this would not happen to anyone else but no one cared. So I did my own research and found out that this old man that volenteers had done this several times to others. I understand my being behind on my bill was my fault but Saint Vincent's de Paul did nothing to help correct this mistake which was wrong of them. If your applying for help from them make sure the payment goes to the right place.