This store has so much product that I can never cut my shopping to less than 1 hour.Love the cleanliness and how everything is so organized. The daily sales are a real bonus!! One of my favorite thrift stores!
4810 Village Fair DrDallas, TX 75224
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This place has a wide variety of good clothing, but it's hard to find anything that fits because they do not organize by size! It is very frustrating, discouraging, and time consuming to have to search through all sections until you find something in your size. They advertise that they are open until 9pm but they close their fitting rooms early. I was denied a changing room at 8:14pm after spending 20 minutes searching. Never again.
We bought a 96x144 rug. The workers didn't want to roll it out even thought my wife wanted to see it all. You could only see about three feet on each end. We bought and started from Arlington to Dallas and my wife was looking at the receipts and decided we must not have paid for the rug so we turn around and went back and they had no record of it. My wife had the receipts so she just paid them and they thanked her and we left got home and discovered the center of the rug had been destroyed. We took it back and they wouldn't give our money back so we donated it back to them. I will never go in another cheap Goodwell store and especially the one in Arlington.
I recently went to this store with a friend. They have a good selection of clothes and shoes. Everything thing is in great condition. The staff was very helpful to us. The prices were also good.
The location can be a little tough to get to because it's a high traffic area, but it's worth it. I definitely suggest going earlier in the day, since Collins Park is really popular in the immediate community. If you go later in the day or on a weekend, expect long lines at the dressing room (only 3 items at a time,) and at the counters. Even though there are usually two ladies checking out customers, regulars usually have their carts filled to the brim. Great spot for ladies' clothing, especially. Their knicknack section isn't big compared to other thrift stores in Arlington.