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3 Thrift Shops You Can Visit in Charlotte, NC

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CHARLOTTE, NC - Thrift shopping will allow you to spend a lot less money and it is more environmentally friendly. Plus, you can experience that joy when you manage to lay your fingers on some hidden treasures in the thrift shops. These are 3 thrift shops you can visit in Charlotte.

Goodwill Retail Store

Goodwill Retail Store is located in the South End neighborhood in Charlotte. The products available in the store include men's and women's apparel, jewelry, shoes, accessories, and home decorations. The price starts from $3.99 to $24.99. The store is also a donation drop off location where you can drop stuff that you no longer use. Goodwill uses their proceeds to fund workforce training, job placement services, financial education, and more. Shopping here will make you feel good about yourself.

Bargain Hunter Thrift Store

Bargain Hunter sells a wide variety of items that the store receives from donations. The store offers a donation pick-up services for those of you who want to donate. They will pick up donations in Charlotte, Weddington, Gastonia, Shelby, and more areas. They receive clothes, shoes, toys, books, electronics, and almost anything that can still be used. You just need to fill a donation form on their website and they will get in touch with you.

Value Village

Value Village has been around since the early 90s. The store receives its stuff from a non-profit organization, buy-outs, liquidations, and brokers. They collect around 4 million pounds of the stuff each year. The products sold in the store include clothes, accessories, books, kitchen utensils, toys, and more.

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