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This is the most elegant thrift store you will ever see. The merchandise is priced to sell, with color tag sales going on all the time. There are pricy consignment items, but they are pretty terrific to consider, and not often seen outside of high end antique shops. Great stuff, Great cause, interesting people, and just large enough to take 30 minutes to really go through. This is the place I donate stuff to since they are a true charity thrift, and not an evil corporation who only mouths their charity work. Very Creative. (Read More)
Be realistic. TC is a true THRIFT store- not a boutique- and by far the cheapest in town. Rough part of town=poor, black & neglected (but safe), until wealthy folks move in who dont need thrift stores (Read More)
You can find ah-mazing items (brand names, with tags, mint quality vintage) at rock bottom prices since you pay by weight. Items are just thrown in bins as is (dirty, wet, etc.) and organization is poor. Employees close off aisles, dump stuff in bins, then open the row up to customers. Bring gloves to sift through bins and come prepared to take your time browsing since you have to sift through LOTS of junk for the treasures and people rush the newly dumped aisles. NOT for the squeamish or impatient. (Read More)
I don't go here unless I am desperate. They are way overpriced and they don't always check the items before they go on the floor. I have taken dirty and/or torn merchandise to the customer service desk more than once. The location and parking are horrible. It wouldn't be so bad if the cashiers were nicer and the prices were more in line with a 2nd hand store. Get it together Goodwill. (Read More)