Do not waste your time. Prices are not marked. You must go to the register to ask the price. It appears that the volunteer then conjures the price in her head. Further, the prices conjured up are overly expensive for used and donated shabby items. The furniture is broken, chipped and scratched. Lamps are damaged and missing parts. Ceramics are chipped. All of that is fine at thrift store prices! But at near retail prices, the articles should be clean, in good repair and have all the parts. I believe that TEAM would make more money for their ministry if the sold the donated items at low prices from the volume of sales generated.