Over priced on everything obviously they changed owners,for a few more dollars I can buy New stuff at a real store
The most organized thrift store I have ever seen!! There's always a new variety of things to look at and the clothes here are surprisingly nice
Would give 0 stars,employees walked in on my wife while she was half dressed then got a attitude with her didnt offer any apology and told her to leave the store. We will not be going back
prices are insane!!! occasionally you can find a nice item that somehow slipped there 10.00 minimum rules on clothing. even walmart brand shirts are 9.99!
If I could rate this joke of a store a 0 I would. I went in looking for a side table and when I found one that I wanted it didn't have a price label on it. When I asked the supervisor how much it was she informed me that because it didn't have a price on it, I couldn't ppurchase it. I work in retail myself and it is very poor business practice to deny a customer a purchase. If something is on the sales floor, it is for sale. Furthermore, the sales person then refused to provide me with her supervisors contact information insisting that she was the boss, although this particular store is not privately owned.
This store has a policy where they sell all items with a certain price tag color for 99 cents. The price tag color that is 99 cents is the same all week long. Then each Monday the price tag color that is 99 cents changes to a different color. One week it may be all of the red price tags, the next week it may be all green price tags, etc. The store has about six different colors in which they rotate each week. This is suppose to be a way they reduce their oldest donations at a cheap price. There is a display on a counter in the store showing what tag color is 99 cents for the current week. This is a great idea if the store was honest but today I caught them doing something I consider under handed. I have been watching a dress that I wanted to buy but felt the price was too high. For about a month I would stopped by each Monday at this store on my way to work to see if the new week was all green tags for 99 cents because the dress I wanted had a green tag on it (and also that it had not sold yet). I was so happy when I discovered that this week was all green tags were 99 cents. I went to see if the dress was still there. I was so thrilled to see that it was. Then I went to check out the tag and it was missing. I knew that this was not good because most thrift stores will not sell anything without a tag. I, however, had to try so I took it up to the register and was told that a store employee removed the tag and it was suppose to be taken to the back storage area because they were not going to sell it for 99 cents even though the day before (when the 99 cent price tag color was red) it did have a green tag on it. I was informed that they were going to send it to another store to see if it will sell there. I told them that their color price tags for 99 cents is a scam if all they do is remove the items that have the correct color price tags that would sell for 99 cents. They said they could do this because they are nonprofit. I left very unhappy to say the least.