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Second Hand Stores in Mesa, AZ
1110 W Southern Ave Ste 12
Second Hand Dealers
6551 E Indigo St
Second Hand DealersConsignment ServiceResale Shops
3.Terri's Consign & Design Mesa
1728 S Greenfield Rd Ste 13
Consignment ServiceSecond Hand DealersThrift ShopsFurniture Stores
The store is so big, I set a lot of time aside to look through everything. The store is well-kept and the staff are helpful and friendly.
4.The Shabby Shack
2829 E University Dr
Used FurnitureSecond Hand Dealers
The Shabby Shack has the best prices I've ever seen with quality products. I would recommend making a visit to them and seeing what they have. you will find something you like! I did and Im very happy.
8111 E Main St
Furniture StoresUsed FurnitureSecond Hand Dealers
6.Turn Style Consignments
1755 S Val Vista Dr
Consignment ServiceResale ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
5263 S Power Rd
Thrift ShopsSocial Service OrganizationsResale ShopsUsed Furniture
This is the best Goodwill around! They have the best selection and its in good condition! It's worth the trip!
8.Once Upon A Child
5022 S Power Rd
Children & Infants ClothingResale ShopsBaby Accessories, Furnishings & ServicesChildren's Furniture
This place was run by a bunch of rude teenagers. They told me wrong information on the phone and they didn't even go through my clothes, most of them were still folded. They claimed they were either stained, stretched or worn which some were yes but not most of them. Just skip this dreadful place and donate to children in need!!!!
114 W Main St
AntiquesResale ShopsFurniture StoresArt Galleries, Dealers & Consultants
25.000 square feet filled with antiques & collectables with over 125 dealers.
10.Desert Thrift Shop
4517 E Main St Ste 104
Thrift ShopsConsignment ServiceUsed FurnitureSecond Hand Dealers
Our Volunteers - Our volunteers range in age from 16 to 90+ years old. We provide the training you will need. Donations - We accept donations from 10: 00 am to 5: 00 pm Monday through Saturday. Please bring all donations to our back door, on the south side of the building. We pick up and deliver items.
11.Wild Peacock Antiques
4930 E Main St Ste 18
AntiquesWholesale AntiquesSecond Hand Dealers
We sale antiques and vintage furniture. Vintage and antique lights. Dishes. Glasses. Vases. Pictures. Signs. Clocks. JEWELERY. We sale a LOT of unique items.
12.Mesa Market Place Swap Meet
10550 E Baseline Rd
Flea MarketsShopping Centers & MallsSwap ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
Since 1996, Mesa Market Place Swap Meet has been a landmark, and next to Chicago Cubs Spring Training, is one of Phoenix East Valley's most popular shopping destinations. It hit a homerun on its opening weekend, and hasn't slowed down since! Parking is free, admission is free, and live entertainment every day they're open is free in the Food Court. Good musicians perform in the Food Court in the middle of the market. Shoppers linger there because they can enjoy a beer, a meal, a sandwich, or a smoothie and listen to music at the same time. The market attracts avid shoppers, and shoppers who just want to slow down to enjoy the ambiance. There's plenty to do. There is more to see at the market than anyone can see in one day! A single breezeway covers a mile and a quarter of shopping lanes. 900 merchants stock 1600 shops. The place is enormous. The pace is relaxed, the merchants are friendly, and there are lots of places to sit and people-watch. Mesa Market Place is not a 'Let's visit the market place once a year;' roadside attraction. It's where locals and tourists alike find value on an ongoing basis. Mesa Market Place has become today's shopping mall! Mesa Market Place Swap Meet is busiest during the valley's winter season. Their parking lot is about 40 acres, and it's full all day! In addition to attracting regular shoppers, it's a tourist magnet. Local families bring in visiting relatives. Cubs Spring Training seems to be good for the market. And large groups of tourists arrive on tour buses. Souvenir shopping is a must-do for most out-of-town shoppers. They'll find traditional, unusual, and even one-of-a-kind finds in all price ranges from just a few dollars ranging up to museum-quality pottery and jewelry pieces costing thousands of dollars. Today's Mesa Market Place merchants are independent business people selling today's high quality, fashionable, and hip clothing and accessories, shoes, home decor, backyard furnishings, landscaping and built-in barbeques. Furnishing a kitchen? They've got kitchen furnishings including lifetime cookware, 'As seen on TV' inventions, and great knives. Their shops are relaxed, engaging and personalized. The hunt for the right find is as satisfying as a Treasure Hunt. A day here is well spent. The Food Court is a starting point for many shoppers. Breakfast coupons for $2 or less (for a $4.50 breakfast) are out there and on their website for a Roadrunner Breakfast: Two eggs, toast, hash browns and coffee. Hundreds of shoppers take advantage of the great breakfast, and then launch out to visit as much of the market as they can cover in a day. Breakfast is served from 7:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., Lunch, pizza, deli sandwiches and snacks after that until closing. Smoothies, breakfast burritos and lots of side choices are also available. Hot cheese steak Philly sandwich and beef gyros run about $5 and are favorite lunch staples. You'll also find deli sandwiches, pizza, and salads. The market place is featured regularly on almost all area local talk shows: Your Life A to Z on Channel 3, Better on Channel 5, Arizona Midday on Channel 12, and Sonoran Living on Channel 15. Mesa Market Place has also developed a fun and informative Facebook page. They have a loyal following of over 12,000 fans. www.facebook.com/mesamarket. Mesa Market Place Swap Meet is open year 'round. In high season: they're open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. In early summer: Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. In deep summer: Saturdays and Sundays, 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Check their website www.mesamarket.com, go to www.facebook.com/mesamarket
13.St Vincent De Paul Society
424 W Broadway Rd
Thrift ShopsSecond Hand DealersResale Shops
1919 W Main St
Consignment ServiceSecond Hand DealersResale Shops
2111 S Alma School Rd Ste 24
Children & Infants ClothingResale ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
16.Red Rooster Consignment Furn
5959 E Southern Ave
Resale ShopsSecond Hand DealersConsignment Service
17.Save The Family Foundation-AZ
450 W 4th Pl
Foundations-Educational, Philanthropic, ResearchSecond Hand Dealers
18.Epic Thrift Stores
1110 W Southern Ave
Thrift ShopsCharitiesSecond Hand Dealers
2760 E Main St Ste 106
Used FurnitureFurniture StoresSecond Hand Dealers
20.Save The Family Thrift Store
444 N Country Club Dr
Thrift ShopsResale ShopsConsignment ServiceSecond Hand Dealers
21.Mesa Thrift Store
1018 W Main St
Resale ShopsThrift ShopsSecond Hand Dealers
22.Deseret Industries Thrift Store
1020 W Broadway Rd
Community OrganizationsCharitiesThrift ShopsResale Shops
I have bought some very nice stuff here from clothes, to furnishings, to everyday items, and I LOVE IT. Things have really shaped up over the past year, and I am impressed. I have made several dozen trips here, picking through everything, and most of the time the prices are extremely reasonable, and you can get some really nice secondhand clothing here, and this is a great place to find unusual items as well. The employees are very nice, and usually busy as bees. I know, because I used to work with them. :) I used to goto garage sales, but going to DI has saved me a ton of gas money and time. It is like a huge yard sale with a little bit of everything for everyone.
23.S.T.U.F.F. Thrift Store
1135 E Main St
Resale ShopsThrift ShopsConsignment Service
Myself and my family had been shopping at stuff Thrift for probably 3 years. Since this new organization has taken over my experience has been great. Friendly helpful and eager to do anything they can. Last week I went in there and bought a refrigerator. There's a 24 hour Grace. When buying appliances that you are allowed to bring it back if it doesn't work. It ended up that the fan is on the refrigerator is not working past the 24 hour. They came to my house check the fridge took down the part number and ordered another fan and in two more days when it gets there they're going to come to my house replace the fan and fix my fridge above and beyond their policy they've gone out of their way too very much make sure that I have a refrigerator in my house. I can't say how grateful I am they are amazing Michelle and all of the employees there a great there doing good things God is great thank you very much.
24.Name Brand Exchange
3454 E Southern Ave Ste 104
After moving to Mesa I was looking for a place to sell some upscale items I found Brand Name Exchange on Val Vista and Southern and have been very pleased with the service I have received. We all know how busy it can get in there, patience goes a long way.
25.Twice As Nice
62 N Dobson Rd
If I could have given you a zero I would have.....but I was offended when I walked into the store with intentions to buy something and was told I had to leave my backpack behind the counter, I am grown woman with 7 grand children and a good job that I had to be finger printed for do you honestly think I am about to jeopardize my job to shoplift from a thirft store??? Seriously??? So, needless to say, I will NEVER step foot in there and I walked right out the door when I was told this. I am NOT a low life that takes free rides on the lightrail and takes advantage of the sytem, I work for a living and I am appauled by this.
26.Butterflies & Bullfrogs
10720 E Southern Ave
Consignment ServiceMaternity ClothesResale ShopsChildren & Infants Clothing
Buyer! Beware! If you buy any toys in this store make sure you examine them throughly! I bought a doll stroller, not cheap, and it was broken in 2 places. The wheel was broken off and they actually scotch taped the wheel back on! Then they zipped tied it to one of the displays so it couldn't be pushed around. Being too trusting i purchased it without examining it closely or trying it out. That's just a horrible way to do business. In this store "second hand" means broken and over priced
27.Encore On First Avenue
25 W 1st Ave
Resale ShopsThrift Shops
28.Secret's Consignment Boutique
535 S Mesa Dr
Thrift ShopsResale ShopsUsed Furniture
1244 S Gilbert Rd Ste 106
Resale ShopsThrift Shops
1432 S Mayfair
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