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Sponsored Thrift Stores, Secondhand Vintage and Consignment Shop Listings in Zip Code 75051 Grand Prairie, TX
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The prices have gotten sky-high here. An item I can buy new for $25, they sell used with missing pieces for $20! Selection is good if you are looking for clothes, but slim pickings otherwise. (Read More)
I love to visit Soaring Eagle Thrift Store. There are always wonderful treasures to be found at very reasonable prices. Merle and her staff are the nicest folks and I am always greeted with a smile and warm welcome. Charlie Dunn, Cedar Hill. (Read More)
Items here were higher priced than your average thrift shop, but there were several 'collectable' items that I've seen on eBay and Etsy. So in that regard, prices were pretty good. Store was very neat and clean. The staff were excellent, and pretty knowledgeable about some handmade soaps and bracelets that were made for the shop. (Read More)
This is a little book store extension of Ruth's Room. Their book selection outgrew that little nook in the original store, so they moved them over here. It's a fun little place if you are a book person. My kids always find something to read here. (Read More)
All Thrift Stores, Secondhand Vintage and Consignment Shop Listings for in Zip Code 75051 Grand Prairie, TX
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Complete and total waste of time. Very difficult to get to, although that is not their fault. The road is under construction making the businesses hard to get to. The store is nice and very large. They had mostly clothing, a fair bit of furniture and a small amount of housewares, toys and misc. But the prices were ridiculously high. I saw a kitchen gadet that was not new but it had its box, the had our marked over $29 but it was obviously from Walmart and the retail price was printed on the box was $14.98. Men's shirts averaged $7.99 for worn to very worn looking. Some nicer condition items were $9 - $10. Non name brand jeans for women were $10.99 and up. Badly worn couches for over $300 a stained mattress for $249. What's worse is everything in the place was donated it was all free to them. I've never been to A Salvation Army store that has such ridiculous prices. Whoever is responsible for setting the prices right doesn't know or doesn't care that it's supposed to be a thrift store. (Read More)
store has a great look but the employees trailed me around the store as if I stolen something. I have money to pay for anything I want and I don't steal. talk about racial profiling. how fast people forget to take a look in the mirror. poor customer service. (Read More)