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2425 N Dixie HwyLake Worth, FL 33460Map & Directions
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Phone: (561) 493-4088
Fax: (561) 493-4088
Fax Number: (561) 493-4088
TollFree: (877) 330-4219
TollFree: (800) 775-8387
Parking: Lot, Private
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
Bike Parking: Yes
A couple of years ago the prices were really good and a fun place to shop! But in the last year you have to really check what you get as it could be ripped or buttons missing, the prices just keep getting higher to a point that every when they have a 1/2 off sale they are still too high. You can find a bargain there some times. But on Wed (Senior Day) it is a mad house! People push you, run over you, and are very rude. Not everyone just a certain group, they will push their way to the front of the line and run over you....not for the faint of heart!!!!!
01/03/2012Provided by Citysearch -
IT IS A GOOD PLACE TO SHOP SOMETIMES,BECAUSE WHEN DOES HAITAN LADY ARE THERE YOU BETTER BRING YOUR FOOTBALL GEARS,BECAUSE THE BLOCK YOU,THEY PUSH YOU!!!I FEEL BAD FOR DOES GIRLS THAT WORK THERE THEY HAVE TO PUT UP WITH A LOT.RUDE PEOPLE,PEOPLE THAT TROW CLOTHES EVERY WERE,THEY SHOULD GET PAYMORE,AND BY THE WAY THE MANAGER IN CHARGE GAVE A NICE NEW YEAR PRESENT TO A FEW GOOD WORKERS THERE , THEY GOT FIRE!!!!!!!
A friend told me about World Thrift & I absolutely love it for clothes. It is so well organized that I can find exactly what I need. All items are organized by GENDER (woman's, men's, baby, girls, & boys) TYPE (dresses, shorts, shirts [short sleeve, long sleeve, sleevless, etc.] etc.) & then by COLOR. Everyday at least one or two colored tags are 50% off, so you can score really good deals. I have consistantly found excellent brands such as Ann Taylor, Talbots, Banana Republic, Gap, J. Crew, J.Jill, etc. & have never paid more than $6.00 for one item. I've often found deals for as low as $2! You just have to have patience & know what you're looking for. Tip: there are no changing rooms (just mirrors) so wear a skirt or bike shorts if you want to try pants on.
They sale several stuff like woodwill, the 90% of those item are use (good and bad condition), some are new but manipulated with out warranty, inside the store you are not allow to try on but you can have the option to try on in front of the others costumer in some mirrors , and after the purchase you have not right to change or refund at any time, they are using the brands to take advantage of the high price REMEBER all those stuff have been donate for another persons that could choose the option to put in the garbage instead to donate.
12/10/2007Provided by Citysearch -
the stench of body oder is so offensive and they try on the clothes over that filth
the prices are so high that you are better off shopping at walmart or you can do a clearance center as do as well.trust me I do a lot of shopping.
People are rude with the big carts and they will not move over or even attempt to let you by.
So I will say so long world thrift.Salvation army anf think thrift are even better..
As the truck out front . the vets do not get that money. They rent that truck and give them things that would normally get shipped to third world countries.
The store that has the nicest things is second chance thrift .pompano it's huge and some nice things
11/15/2007Provided by Citysearch -
If it seems too good to be true, don't walk, run! A counterfeit Louis Vuitton or Coach bag complete with shredded leather, broken zippers, torn linings and the smell of cigarette smoke will run you anywhere between $49.99 to $189.99. The store will not tell you that they are fake and they present them as being authentic by showcasing them in a specific area with-in the store.
Most of the suits and blouse have either a stain, a rip or some kind of damage and if it wasn't damaged, the store manager demands that all of the World Thrift price tags pierce the fabric, including leather, vinyl and suede...leaving a hole in the garment.
Suede boots and shoes are ruined from the sticker glue from their price tags. The sole of the shoes have the price written in big black numbers across the bottom - so buy them, but don't lift your feet in public or evenone will know that you paid $19.99 for a pair of August 1995 pumps.
Cherokee brand t-shirts with stains are priced at $7.99, compared to Walmart at $3.99.
Cracked microwave safe bowls are priced at $19.99, and I've even seen a candle with a .99 cent Dollar Store sticker priced at $6.95.
If your interest is in linens, forget it! The ladies who sell them at the flea market bombard the carts as they are rolled out of the back room and on to the sales floor, only to be swallowed up in less than 2 minutes.
The loud speaker warns it's customers that there is no shopping from the rolling racks (racks from the back being brought out to the store) but there will be a dozen flea marketeers and ebayers fighting over the best of the best pieces as they are rolled out to the store floor, leaving no decent item for us regular folks.
The place is awful!