Whether you’re looking for a new vintage outfit or just moved into a new home, it is no secret that you can find extraordinary deals at thrift stores. Your local Goodwill and Salvation Army has their shelves stockes with one-of-a-kind items you won’t find anywhere else, and at marked down prices! Many people make a living from thrift store shopping and reselling the items for their true value, so why not try your luck at thrift store hunting? While you peruse the aisles of used appliances and pre-loved clothing, there a few tips to thrifting that you may want to keep in mind. In this video, we will take a look at some Goodwill shopping secret that normally only employees are aware of.
The first rule to thrifting is choosing the store location you want to shop at. While you may assume that wealthier neighborhoods would have the best Goodwill selections, this is ultimately not true. Donated items are shipped to the stor more likely to sell them, so bigger central Goodwills are the best bet. Additionally, you will want to check your local Goodwill’s website to see if they have any boutique or clearance centers near you.