I really enjoyed this thrift at first...but after a while they raised their prices tremendously and started getting a bit on the snotty side. They look up everything on eBay and think that constitutes "research" and that they know the value of something. What they don't know is HOW TO USE EBAY TO RESEARCH PRICING. When trying to value an item, you don't look at what sellers on eBay are asking for it, you filter your search clicking "sold and completed items" that will tell you what an item ACTUALLY SOLD FOR. I have been an eBay customer for 17 years. You can have an item that a seller is asking $500 and another one that is $50. Just because someone is asking $500 has NOTHING TO DO with what it actually sells for or even if anyone will buy it at all. (you can click on filter* sold and completed* and there may not be a single sold!)For example you can look up "Gucci girls tennis shoes" hundreds of pairs will come up from as high as $800 and as LOW as $20. If the volunteers (no issue with volunteers, but they know very little about any of the things they sell) see that they think "oh, we can ask $800 for thes worn out sneakers!" Oh no, sorry, there are people buying them for $20. Look it up and you will see what I mean. They are in lala land with their prices. A small Corelle pan (the tiny one) for $12? WTH? These people have NO IDEA!$11 for a pair of worn to hell sheets????And if you buy anything electronic there do not believe they tested it, they plug it in and that is it. They had an older xbox they were asking a lot for. Whoever bought it was obviously not savvy enough to realize it had NO HARD DRIVE and wasn't worth squat. I would rather spend my money at the several other thrifts in the area. There prices are better, so is their selection.
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