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Bishop's Attic

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(2 Reviews)

1100 Gambell St, Anchorage, AK 99501

(907) 279-6328

Today: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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Phone: (907) 279-4328

Phone: (907) 279-6327

Primary Phone: (907) 279-6327

TollFree: (800) 478-8999

  • Charity
  • Thrift Stores
Payment method
amex, check, discover, master card, visa, all major credit cards
North Star
Second Hand Dealers, Charities, Thrift Shops
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private


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Mike C.



Prices are beginning to get out of hand. Everything is donated yet they back up the prices on everything. Example: dishware. A used plate goes for $2, drinking glass (non crystal), $2. Used sports bottles go for an average of $3. You will pay an average of $5 for an unusable frying pan. Everyone knows that when there are scratches in Teflon it needs to be tossed. These people are getting so bad that they resell broken or non working toys and kitchen gadgets.
Faux leather coats are going for $25. (Garage sale price for a REAL leather jacket). Also these same fake leather coats retail at same price BRAND NEW. Also they sell used toiletries, such as roll on deoderant, shampoo, soap, lip stick, perfume, as well as used hotel toiletries that are complimentary for staying the night. Not only is the selling of these products unethical, but unsanitary as well. Down right gross



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Great thriftstore, Greater prices

I've been going to Bishop's Attic since the late 90's, have lived in trhe ""hood"" for many years. Best thrift prices in town as far as I can tell.I LOVE looking for books here, if you get there during or after the ""book lady"" has been puttring out books you can really score. I've also found some nice ""knicknacks"" here, I like collecxting coin banks, keep an eye out, also scored a great framed & glassed print of a Monet at half price the other day...Their sales are wonderful & regular. The staff is usually prettty busy but helpful.