Don't waste your money on the junk they sell here. You have better luck finding something useful if you check your local garbage can instead of goodwill. Recently I bought an LCD screen for my old garage computer and it turns out it's completely defective. They will not return my money or give me credit because they don't take electronics back. How was I suppose to test it? Do they provide computers for me to do that? I haven't shopped there for years and it's definitely my last time there. Taking my business to eBay or Newegg.
15403 Westminster Way NShoreline, WA 98133
From Business: The Salvation Army donation centers accept clothes donations, furniture donations, car donations, and other gently used goods. All items sold at our thrift stores…
The Auburn Goodwill is not a friendly place to shop. I have never in all my life met so many lazy people in my life. At this Goodwill the customer has to some how fend for themselves. And trying to get someone to just confirm weather a product works or not, that just is not possible. I have never in my 52 years of existence one earth been treated so badly just because I shop at a secondhand store. I donated a perfectly good TV because I am now using a newer one. The snobby people there are the reason why I wont donate again, an that is for sure. And I will post on facebook about this place. Anytime people treat me like trash just because of my financial abilities and or my skin color, I get a little upset and have nothing good to say. And they only get one star because the light in the store actually worked.