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    Default Another great thrift at the Bargian Goodwill



    Thursday went to the Bargain Goodwill and purchased 6 pairs of shoes almost new, 2 merrells, 1 rbk tennis shoes brand new for my DH, 3 pairs of slides different brands. 2 flags for outside, denim skirt and a really cute shirt, 2 drying racks metal, 2 shirts and a summer dress form the Gap for my DD, a brand new large stuffed bunny for my grandson's Easter a large stuffed horse, a cute basket, a funny Kings crown hat for my dh made of same material they make stuffed animals with plus jeweled front, since my hubby thinks he is the King lol, and a large cooler bag that I use when doing my meat and frozen food deals at different stores. I already had one but it was not big enough.

    Final price $18.98 !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Great job! I love our Goodwill Outlet.

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    Great shopping! Congrats..........

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    Great finds!

    I can't beat that, but I did find a jar I've been looking for to make a sun jar for $1 at our GW today, and a new bread knife for the bread I've been baking that has the iron crust on it.

    I also picked up a free wooden deck chair frame for the deck we haven't built yet. It needs a little work and a couple of mending plates, but shouldn't be hard to rehab. All the parts are there and we have the mending plates, just have to do a few minutes of work. That's the third chair frame we've gotten free, so we're saving tons on deck furniture for the new deck!

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    Wow! That's great!

    You too SD, LOVE the free deck furniture!

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    found a dehydrater at a garage sale for $3.00. Also went by the donut shops and got 4 food grade buckets for free. All of it is for my little sister who is finally building up her pantry. The buckets are for flour, meal, sugar and rice. When I find more she'll use them for beans, pasta and other dry goods. I already have my buckets and dehydrater.

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    Great deals at the outlet Melissa.

    Sounds like everyone else four.d great things too.

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    Gotta love that final price! Way to go....

    carol

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    fabulous deals.....

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    Faboulous Melissa!! I am so jealous of the Merrells. I paid $75.00 for Merrell sandals two years ago. The are wonderful. They had to be for this tightwad to part with that kind of money. I have bad feet & they were worth it.

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    The other day I bought an Ann Taylor sleveless top. It is dressy casual. Only cost $1.50 and looks brand new.

    Have to admit when I walked in there was a sign that everything was 50% off. Which of course made me think I have to buy something. But after spending time going through the racks found nothing. Last place I looked was where I found the top.

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    Great deals!

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