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Second Hand Stores in Albuquerque, NM
1.Robertson & Sons Violin Shop Incorporated
3201 Carlisle Blvd NE
Music SchoolsSecond Hand DealersConsignment ServiceMusical Instrument Rental
I have rented 4 different sizes of cellos and 2 violins from Robertson's. If you wait until they are in town for a convention then you don't have to pay for shipping, but the shipping isn't unreasonable anyway when you think about the delicacy of these instruments. I have always followed their directions for care and maintenance and shipping and have never had a problem with the returns. My children used these intruments in school and city orchestras and even took them to camp, but we take good care of our instruments. Very reliable and knowledgeable staff, nice quality instruments, great customer service.
5015 Lomas Blvd NE
Second Hand DealersUsed Furniture
This my favorite ABQ flea market. It's not too big, but it's packed with good things at decent prices - and the ladies at the counter are always very nice. The parking is easy, and you can usually find a spot right in front.
2405 San Pedro Dr NE
Second Hand Dealers
STAY AWAY FROM THIS STORE..THE OWNER IS A LIAR!! - - 2009-10-26 DO NOT EVER DO BUSINESS WITH THIS STORE!!! I special ordered a jersey for our twelve year old in February 2009 and to this day we gave not received it. The OWNER gave me excuse after excuse blaming some company in China. After MONTHS of empty promises, the OWNER told us if we brought in our receipt, he would give us store credit. We took our twelve year old to his store to pick out some items with the store credit a few days ago and the owner was not there so we were told to come back Monday (today). We took our receipt in and the OWNER said he would NOT give us store credit as promised. This man is not a man of his word and is a flat out liar and crook. We told him that we were going to report him to the BBB and Attorney General's office and he said it is because of people like us is the reason is getting out of the jersey business (people who paid for a product and never received it). We have a legitimate complaint and he just flat out does not care. STAY AWAY FROM THIS STORE, I would recommend Krystal's NFL Shop any day over this store. As a matter of fact, I would recommend going to the Flea Market and buying a cheap replica, I'm sure I would get better service as a paying customer.
4.St John's Thrift Shop
1406 Central Ave SW
Second Hand DealersResale ShopsConsignment ServiceUsed Furniture
Staffed by all volunteers.All proceeds go to serving vulnerable populations in New Mexico with a focus on downtown Albuquerque..
5.Octopus & the Fox
514 Central Ave SE
Second Hand DealersResale ShopsConsignment Service
6.This N' That
2215 Lead Ave SE
Second Hand DealersConsignment Service
7.My Secret Trunk
4531 Isleta Blvd SW
Second Hand Dealers
8.Grace Thrift Store
4351 Coors Blvd SW Ste C
Second Hand DealersConsignment ServiceThrift Shops
9.Prints Maps Old & Rare
10805 Rio Puerco Trl SW
Second Hand DealersThrift Shops
10.Home Interiors & Gifts
8205 Spain Rd NE
Second Hand DealersThrift Shops
11.Family Thrift Center
1201 Juan Tabo Blvd NE
Thrift ShopsSecond Hand DealersResale ShopsUsed Furniture
Referencing some of the other reviews: yes the prices are high on some items. You HAVE to work this store's sales: every major holiday, all is 30% off. On Wednesdays, if you are 50+, three colors of tags are half priced on clothes and some accessories. About the staples: yes they annoy me. You can however 99% of the time carefully remove them at home by prying the legs of the staple up with a sharp knife and gently remove the staple from the garment. STILL ANNOYING. PLUS SIZED clothes are separated for both women (Queen section) and men (Big and Tall). This is awesome. They have a discount jewelry case with green X marking half-off the regular price. They separate out the quality clothing (coldwater creek, chico's, etc) into a Boutique Aisle (pink tags) which means less time sorting through lesser quality items. NOTE: ALBUQUERQUE HAS A HUGE NUMBER OF THRIFT STORES. Each has a different system for pricing, discounts, and how items are sorted. This store is not for everyone, but it has a large dedicated following of regular customers. CASH ONLY is mildly irritating but i just make sure to hit the CU-ATM 1/4 mile south on Juan Tabo before I go inside. On Friday's the adjacent Furniture warehouse is open. Most items there are really in sad shape, strange to see that owned by same people. But i don't go there for furniture!!
12.Esell Auctions & Marketplace
2820 Richmond Dr NE Ste A
AuctionsAuctioneersResale ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
I had an amazing time the other night. For the longest time I thought auctions meant cows and pigs, but my friend convinced me to go and it is nothing like I imagined. I think I am hooked.
3005 Central Ave NE
Thrift ShopsResale ShopsConsignment ServiceSecond Hand Dealers
Fun store, lots of bargains and if you live in the area so that you can bring in your old clothes they will give you money or store credit if you want to shop for something else. My daughter really liked this place while she was in college. They have a Buffalo in Los Angeles but it's not half as good.
3900 Menaul Blvd NE
Thrift ShopsResale ShopsConsignment ServiceUsed Furniture
Lots of Great stuff and I liked the prices and how clean it is. Definitely a busy place so be ready to wait in line.
15.Savers Thrift Stores
3400 Calle Cuervo NW, #2
Thrift ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
I found Juicy Couture t's, Bruno Magli shoes, Nanette Lepore dress, Kate Spade shoes. Amazing! Fun place to shop.
16.Smart Consignment Decor
3107 Eubank Blvd NE
Consignment ServiceFurniture StoresUsed FurnitureResale Shops
Open since Oct. 2009. Sorry you have the wrong info. We upgrade ever day. We are a pretty classy place. Check us out! Store owner, Jacquie
5517 Central Ave NE
Used FurnitureResale ShopsFurniture StoresConsignment Service
Quality used furniture at very affordable prices. Very helpful frendly honest staff. No junk here as you would find in your usual thrift store. We furnished our 2 bedroom Apt, which we will be in for less than 2 years. They will even buy back the furniture when we leave unless we take it to our home in another state.
18.Flea Market Things & Collectables
200 San Mateo Blvd SE
Flea MarketsResale ShopsAntiquesUsed Furniture
This is an indoor shop like an antique mall with individual booths. Everything from new stuff, to vintage, to the occasional antique. I like this place because many of the vendors seem to carry home decor. Lots of rustic, and quirky furniture, trunks, and some great prices on vintage framed art. For the clothing lovers I also have scored some great deals on vintage Coach purses and vintage clothing. The place is organized, clean, and there are usually about 2-4 people staffing the store who work up front. They have restrooms too! (Just in case you stay a long time :)
19.Ritzy Rags Resale Clothing
1200 Yale Blvd SE
Consignment ServiceSecond Hand DealersResale Shops
I went in to inquire about their business and was also treated very rudely. I left after being talked to like I was dirt. This store lacks appropriate customer service standards and its interior and exterior lack the type of quality they are demanding of their clothing line purchases
20.FAMILY STORE GALORE
4910 Lomas Blvd NE
Clothing StoresUsed FurnitureResale ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
Worst judgmental store ever I will never shop or go in here again in fact the better business will be getting a call for the horrible racism that my daughters and I received. My first visit was great and I was excited to have found what I thought was a treasure but then the second visit I encountered a horrible old lady. And this is for her for judging my beautiful biracial daughters and making horrible comments that they heard and then for judging that I walked in. So you know I am very lucky to even be walking now just a few months ago I had a heart attack putting me in a coma for over a month. I almost didn't live to see them grow up when I woke up I couldn't walk, talk, or even eat. I lost my house, business, and car. But by the grace of god I am alive and doing the things I thought I could never do. So to anyone coming here go somewhere else this is a place of hatred that should be put out of business.
21.SAFE House Thrift Store
1301 San Mateo Blvd NE
Resale ShopsSecond Hand DealersThrift Shops
Would absolutely LOVE to shop there and imagine and have heard it is fabulous but with M-F 9-4 hours only who can shop there? Retirees I suppose. Good luck SAFE house, I hope you do very well.
22.St Vincent Depaul Society
4301 4th St NW
Thrift ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
At the time i applyed for help with my gas i had a disconnect notice. I was having a difficult time paying my bill. I was so thankful Saint Vincent de Paul was willing to help me. I found out from a phone call that they failed to make the payment and that I had 15 day to figure things out. I found out that the volunteer made a huge mistake and sent the payment to my electric company instead of the gas company. I was stunned. I depended on them to make that payment. I got a call from the volunteer stating that there was nothing he can do to help me and I should be happy they helped me with my Electric. I tryed to call again to make a report so that maybe this would not happen to anyone else but no one cared. So I did my own research and found out that this old man that volenteers had done this several times to others. I understand my being behind on my bill was my fault but Saint Vincent's de Paul did nothing to help correct this mistake which was wrong of them. If your applying for help from them make sure the payment goes to the right place.
23.Malenas Consignment Boutique
2325 San Pedro Dr NE Ste 1B
Consignment ServiceResale ShopsThrift ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
24.Goodwill Industries of New Mexico - San Mateo Store
5000 San Mateo Blvd NE
Thrift ShopsResale ShopsSocial Service OrganizationsUsed Furniture
Goodwill Industries of New Mexico is one of the world s largest nonprofit providers of education, training and career services for people with physical, mental and emotional disabilities, as well as those with disadvantages, such as welfare dependency, homelessness and a lack of education or work experience. Goodwill collects donated clothing and household goods and then sells these items in more than 2,000 retail stores throughout North America and abroad. The company generates revenue by helping community-based businesses fill gaps caused by labor shortages and time constraints. The charity trains and employs industrial and service contract workers to fill outsourced needs for packaging, assembly, mailing, custodial work, grounds keeping and other occupations. General Motors, Briggs & Stratton, and the United States Navy, Marines, Air Force and Army are among those who have tapped into Goodwill s services. Additionally, more than 105,000 people have been placed in jobs outside of Goodwill. Goodwill Industries of New Meixco has a location in Albequerque, N.M.
25.Adelante Development Center Inc
3900 Osuna Rd NE
Resale ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
Adelante Development Center is a nonprofit agency that serves individuals with disabilities. It offers vocational and life skills training, community living services, volunteer opportunities and employment to more than 600 people with disabilities. The center offers day habilitation services for people with development, physical and mental disabilities. Its community living program provides people with disabilities a variety of opportunities and care levels to meet their individual needs. The center also offers supported and independent living and other home-based services. In addition, it provides ongoing training programs for its staff members. Based in Albuquerque, N.M., it supports over 700 people with disabilities in Bernalillo, Sandoval and Valencia counties in New Mexico.
26.What Goes Around
6300 San Mateo Blvd NE Ste C4
Consignment ServiceResale ShopsSecond Hand DealersThrift Shops
10131 Coors Blvd NW Ste G2
Consignment ServiceResale ShopsSecond Hand DealersAntiques
Great quality for low prices!Other Mothers is a Children's, Women's and Maternity clothing exchange. We pay immediate store credit for your quality used items (see our "notes" for what kind of items we accept). We also offer CASH or the higher percentage in store credit for Baby Furniture or the name brands listed for our "Trendy Trades"We pay on the spot for an amazing array of gently used items, including quality (good condition and in style) childrens (preemie to 16yrs), teen and womens clothing (zero to plus), maternity wear, toys, baby furniture/gear, and more. When you bring your items we will let you know how long it will be for us to process them. This is on a first come, first served basis and we will work to process your items as quickly as possible. Our customers shop the same stores you do, so they know what great kids' stuff is. In order for us to offer great products at value prices, all the items we buy and sell must meet current safety standards and be in step with current styles. We will go through your trade-in and determine what items are the most "sell-able" for us based on style, condition, and overstock. For the items we can use, you get your percentage in store credit right away. You have the option of cash or the higher percentage in store credit for Baby Furniture or clothing items that fall within our "Trendy Trades" brand names.Baby gear, furniture and toys should be clean, have all their parts, in working condition and free from recalls. Clothing items should be freshly laundered and smoke free, and they may be brought in bags, boxes, baskets, etc It is helpful if they are brought in an orderly fashion. This helps us process your items more quickly! Also if you have outfits (2 or more pieces), it may be best to keep them together (by putting one piece inside another), as we are unable to purchase clothing if it looks like its missing part of an outfit. We accept all seasons year-round however, your Cash or Credit amount m...
901 Rio Grande Blvd NW
Resale ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
29.Garage Sale Store
2701 2nd St NW
Consignment ServiceResale ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
30.Deja Vu De Los Ranchos
2000 Carlisle Blvd NE Ste H
Resale ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
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