9790 SW 40th St, Miami, FL 33165
Fax Number: (305) 573-4208
The Salvation Army
Salvation Army Family Store
Bike Parking: Yes
Parking: Lot, Private
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
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The staff contradicts each other. One clerk informs me the items behind the display window with red tags are 50%. Just as i am about to pay the cashier, she says they are not 50% and states: " this is really nice and we can't give it to you at 50%) she wants to sell the items at full price. To my disappointment i was not able to get the item. Shortly after however, someone else was able to get the exact item I intended to purchase but they got it at 50%!!! This is not fair!!! Not only are they VERY unorganized but one of cashier (aside from the one who provided with misleading information) is extremely rude and gives you attitude when you find nice items at low prices.
Prices are high as an antique shop!!!! Clean and organize! absolutely not a place to find a bargain, and if you find one, the staff will tell you that the price is not the correct one, unless you are one of their friends!!!! The staff will give you a very bad attitude and hard time. Don't ask questions about some dealings that you noticed either, or they'll threaten to call the police on you. AVOID these place.
11/16/2010Provided by Citysearch -
this store is absolutely great! i really enjoy shopping here, even though their clothes are a little old they have great items and the furniture is a plus! they get great donations of furniture, tv's, books, mattresses and clothes. i am very sad because they are closed down for remodeling (supposedly). if they do reopen i will be there in a heartbeat!
12/03/2009Provided by Citysearch -
they had an amazing sale over the Thanksgiving Day weekend. I never thought the Salvation Army would have such great Christmas items for sale and I was surprised at how clean and organized everything was. I heard rumors that the past management was terrible but amazingly, I found a lot of great deals on furniture (I noticed they kept a strict log on all the big ticket items) and they have a ""bric and brac"" section where I found PIER ONE IMPORTS dishware worth three times what they were asking for. It was in excellent condition and even my husband wants to go again next weekend for the 42 inch TV they have on sale.
10/29/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Stay away from this location - it is a genuine racket. Not only is it extremely overpriced, the employees on the floor pocket the money and the local SA manager gets a cut out of it to stay quiet. No large ($50+) bill is rung up there with a paper trail (and they'll fake that the CC machines are not working). Cash into their pockets, direct, whenever possible.
Don't ask questions about these shady dealings either, or they'll threaten to call the police on you.
AVOID these thieves at all cost!