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Do you ever buy at op shops? There are many around, so which is your favourite?

Is it Red Cross, Save the Children, Vinnies, Good Sammy, Salvation Army, or another?

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I always go to them, and maybe twice a week.

I do like the new one at St.Martins Village at Seven Hills-Blacktown area.
I travel all over to get to some.I think the Salvos have become a tad expensive.
I found some will sell things that are even broken.
Also the Salvo shop at North Parramatta is very expensive! $60 for a coat, that way quite out of date......made me take a double look.Plus it needed dry-cleaning?........ I think Vinnies are the choice for me.
P.S....You will find variations in a lot of them, as far as pricing.
I like small independent charity shops the best.
I find the big charity shops are very expensive and often the staff are a bit self serving!
I actually like life line stores the best for price! I call regularly at them on the central coast.Iv had some great buys!!
Salvos on Magill Road - so many great finds for excellent and affordable prices!
My doctor's surgery is located across the road from a Salvation Army store, so whenever we're sick we sign in at the doctor's then go across the road for a dig. It's amasing the stuff they have for stupidly cheap prices, and it's nice to know I'm supporting a charity.
I love op shops. Unfortunately some are overpriced these days. My favourite local op shop is the one at our Community House. They have a wide range of clothes and plenty in larger sizes. The prices are good too.
the Salvo's are too over the top!
It has just become a business thing now for them, they have to me lost their main aim...to give a bargain, I found 4 pink drinking glasses for $20.00.
I told them tooooo expensive.
The man said well you know where to go!!! if you don't like the price???

I said that K-Mart had the same in pink, without the (little dots) and they were $1 each.....and he said well go there!
Nice one 'Salvo's' now telling people 'where' they can go....
by jonaja
Lifeline & V de P. I donate tissue paper & clean grocery bags to them, newspapers, as well as other goods when can.
I buy some items there as well. Always happy to do so. They both do so much for the community.
Mine is Save the Children as I work there.
by Finy
There are two very good op shops at Kenmore in Brisbane's West. Vinnie's and Riding for the Disabled (McIntyre Centre). Neither shop has the musty smell a lot of op shops have and they sell very good quality items at reasonable prices. Because the suburb is an upmarket suburb they also have a fair amount of "designer" clothes which are well worth checking out.
I will have to check them out. They are probably about half an hour from me.
by annfi
We have a Salvo's, Vinnies, & an in independent 1.When we visit a daughter in Melbourne, she takes us to the Salvo's, Vinnies & the huge Savers stores, in Fitzroy & Footscray & Greensbrough. We buy books & puzzles for our little grand-daughters, & our daughter buys vintage for her self, (not to sell online.)
by Miro
I enjoy op shops.i tend to prefer the little op shops. I am happy to give them good quality items and I enjoy hunting around for a bargain. I have found that some of the larger ones are getting too expensive. I think sometimes the people pricing have got very little idea. Some brands of clothing are inexpensive new and can be dearer second hand.
As an artist I like to wear aprons to try to protect my clothes.I prefer them in neutral colours so they don't reflect a colour onto my painting confusing my colour choices. I recently found some lovely new black ones and was excited. When I took them to the counter I was disappointed to be told they had been purchased for the staff and put out by mistake. I understood but left feeling deflated.
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