Thrift Stores in Opelika, AL
906 Columbus Pkwy
Thrift ShopsFurniture StoresUsed FurnitureResale Shops
You are sure to find something unique, and quite possibly it has a fresh coat of paint or stain, a new fabric and could very well be a piece you've seen before! We love to re-use, re-cycle and re-purpose furniture, lighting and accessories. Visit our website, call or come in to see what's new is our shop.
2.Thrift Store USA
804 Columbus Pkwy
Thrift ShopsConsignment ServiceSecond Hand DealersResale Shops
3740 Pepperell Pkwy
Thrift ShopsResale ShopsSocial Service OrganizationsUsed Furniture
Generally a good thrift store. However prices have been ridiculous lately. I know this money is supposed to benefit a charity, but the majority of the people who shop here are the same ones Goidwill supports...and this customer base can't afford the items they need with these inflated (ridiculous) prices. An example from my shopping experience today is this actual item I saw. It was a "made in China" metal centerpiece bowl. It was originally sold at the bargain store, Old Time Pottery. The ORIGINAL price tag was still on the bottom. It originally cost $15. Guess how much the Goidwill price was? $12.97. Does that aggrevate you as much as it does me? Used merchandise priced at nearly full retail? And what moron employee leaves the original tag on there when they are gauging their customers? All of that aside, here is my MAIN issue with Goodwill. While they pat themselves on the back thinking they can charge ridiculous prices for their DONATED (free) items, they completely ruin valuable antiques (and other items) by writing directly on the product. I bought 12 things today. Two of them are going to get returned because I can't get the chicken scratched hand written price off of the product. I tried everything. Dial soap and water, then finger nail polish remover. They didn't even have the decency to write the price on the bottom. I splurged and bought a $6 birdhouse (decorative), but because they wrote the aimlessly on the side wall if the birdhouse, it's now essentially garbage. The price won't scrub off. How hard is it to keep a spool if price tags handy for things like that. It INFURIATED me. The Goidwill is a large corporation with more staff than any other thrift organization. They need to respect their customers by treating their items for sale properly and not DAMAGING them after they've been donated. It's beartbreaking to find something that you know was perfect when it was donated, then RUINED by the seller.
300 Columbus Pkwy Ste B
5.Flowers Thrift Store
1503 2nd Ave
Resale ShopsThrift Shops
6.The Consignment House At Gorees Furniture
3776 Al Highway 169
Used FurnitureResale ShopsSecond Hand DealersConsignment Service
125 S 8th St
Consignment ServiceThrift ShopsWomen's ClothingSecond Hand Dealers
With 200-300 (or more) items arriving daily, there is always something new and fun to see at Fringe!! Fringe has been in business in Downtown Opelika since 2005. We started in a very small store and have moved twice, now occupying a beautifully restored historic building. We quickly filled over 4,000 square feet with Teen, Young Adult, Ladies/Plus Size clothing and formal wear. We also have shoes, purses, and jewelry. In February 2009, Fringe opened a second shop which pays cash for teen and young adult brands that have been purchased within the past year and are in great or nearly new condition. Our new store is located at 3051 Frederick Road, between Sams and Tigertown. Our Midtown store is open Monday- Saturday 11-7. Fringe also offers private and public after hours shopping parties for its customers. Customers are able to receive the finest service in an intimate atmosphere while refreshments are served. Private shopping parties are a great option for a group event or just for a fun chic girls' night out on the town! A minimum of 15 people are required for a private party. To schedule your private shopping party please contact us at 334-705-6727.
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