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Second Hand Stores in Idaho Falls, ID
318 Park Ave
Second Hand DealersResale ShopsConsignment ServiceUsed Furniture
2.Bighorn Auction Co
136 1st St
AuctionsEstate Appraisal & SalesAuctioneersResale Shops
3.Once Upon A Child
2291 E 17th St
Children & Infants ClothingChildren's FurnitureBaby Accessories, Furnishings & ServicesResale Shops
I love shopping here when looking for deals for my kids. Staff is always friendly. Kids have a play area that keep them entertained while I shop.
4.Lily's Selected Consignments
260 A St
Consignment ServiceResale ShopsSecond Hand DealersThrift Shops
Lily's and Lily's Too are wonderful clothing shops were you can find just about anything you need. I've purchased and sold wedding dresses and accesories. Brides maid dresses. Clothes for myself, husband, and my teenage Daughter year round plus shoes you name it. It is always my first stop before ever paying full price for clothing.
5.St Vincent De Paul Society
805 S Holmes Ave
Thrift ShopsResale ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
The staff are very rude and quick to not help you when asking where something is located you get a finger point or a head turn nobody greet you at the door they're pushy and they follow you around overall very unsatisfied and if you have small children I suggest you don't bring them because they have a problem if it small child needs to use the restroom and throw your diapers outside not in the trash can and they are very very overpriced that being said they get everything for free so technically it's us the community helping them to live but when you need some assistance from them or you just want to browse around it seems as if they judge you or feels as if they're better than you they really need to look into weeding out the problems and hiring some people who are actually satisfied to be doing that job
6.Bighorn Auction Co
2895 N Holmes Ave
AuctioneersAuctionsSecond Hand Dealers
7.Tying The Knot Bridal
581 4th St
Consignment ServiceResale ShopsSecond Hand DealersWomen's Clothing
8.Idaho Youth Ranch
255 N Woodruff Ave
Thrift ShopsUsed FurnitureSecond Hand Dealers
9.Deseret Industries Thrift Store
450 E St
Community OrganizationsCharitiesThrift ShopsResale Shops
Deseret Industries has everything you need and lots of what you just can’t live without. We have thousands of new items arriving every day, like clothes, household goods, even furniture. But we also have tons of other treasures like collectibles, toys and games. And if you don’t find what you’re looking for today, come back tomorrow. Our sales floor is always being replenished. Have some extra stuff you don’t need any more? Everything you give helps restore hope in people’s lives. All proceeds go to support job training for our associates and help them gain valuable work experience, then we help them move into permanent, gainful employment in the community. So hand off those hand-me-downs. It’s what keeps us, and the community, going.
10.Community Thrift and Closeouts
1740 E 17th St
Resale ShopsThrift Shops
238 S Emerson Ave
Second Hand DealersFurniture StoresResale Shops
2041 S 25th E
Clothing StoresHandbagsShoe StoresWomen's Fashion Accessories
3330 E 17th St
Thrift ShopsResale Shops
I shop at this thrift store frequently, because prices are reasonable, much better than at the church owned second hands, I believe Major Moral doesn't have much for Morals to publicly bad mouth a family owned and opperated buissnes, alot of work to collect and clean secondhand items for resale to help needy families, at anytime you can fill a grocery bag with clothing for 50 cents, this includes some coats shoes purses and things, as for the other review I read today, its a second hand store, alot of things they sell are stored for long lenghts of time, they have vintage items, antiques, old things carry odors,used cooking things, used tools, electronics, clothing, once used they just don't smell newvany more, thier store is small and crowded, but every time I've had a request they've either found what I needed or came up with other ideas and solutions.
240 S 5th W
Resale ShopsThrift Shops
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