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If you’re just getting started in the world of thrifting, the enormous variety of thrift stores can be overwhelming. It can be daunting to navigate through the used TVs, broken alarm clocks, plastic picnicware, and worn-out shoes before finding a real gem (but what a rush when you find that diamond in the rough!). To make things a little easier, let’s break down the different kinds of thrift stores, the pros and cons of each, and how to find the good stores of each type. (See also: 10 Things to Look for Every Time You Visit a Thrift Store)
Used-goods stores run by large national and international chains can vary greatly in their selection and pricing. For example, the chain thrift store in my neighborhood in Orange County sells new items from a popular discount retailer, priced at MORE than what the items were selling at the discount store. However, I’ve been to a thrift store from the same chain in a different town on the Central Coast that always had tons of vintage clothes, furniture, and knick-knacks for incredibly cheap prices