This store is an absolute DUMP. For a new store it's disgusting. Wash your hands often. Most stuff is just thrown on shelves mixed with nothing of the same type of stuff. Never see anybody on the floor straightening things out. Probably out in the back texting each other. Did I mention wash your hands often?
Buyer Beware of returns. I went to return two pairs of shorts that my wife had bought for me. They would not take them back as the little colored stems were no longer fastened thru the clothing. I told them that of course I had cut them off presuming that they would fit. I told them that i could bring the stems back in to them but they were adamant that they needed to be on the shorts. I asked where it stated such and the mgmt replied that it said so on the receipt. I said show me. Well she couldn't find it as it wasn't printed on the receipt. She then said that it was posted on the wall by the exit door. It was such a small posting of return policy that I asked her who would even see it. So they have lost my business forever. Only $11 but it's the wrong way to do business. Wish I had more recourse in this matter. Thanks for looking.
"Bait and switch" was the theme here. MANY items have special tags with increased prices. While this is understandable on a Talbot's dress, $12.95 for a torn cotton skirt was disgraceful. Children's clothes start at $1.99 but pajamas are $3.99 because they are "two pieces". Was told employees hear the same complaints constantly -- drive to Hooksett. The BEST Goodwill ever.
Great place to buy name brand clothes for the family, everything is in excellent condition, no stains or tears. They also have beautiful furniture and other miscellaneous items such as books, kitchen ware,etc... The prices are very reasonable, and it goes to a good cause.