wow thats great !!!!!
Yes, we were there for at least 2 hours. It gets crazy when they roll out a new bin. Dh and I just stay away until the crowd thins. There's nothing we need badly enough to dive into that!Oooo... We love the Goodwill Outlet stores. Everyone here calls it "the bins". You get a group of friends together and everyone swaps lists and everyone looks for things on everyone else's lists. You just plan on spending an afternoon there.
I don't go very often either because it's in the city 2+ hours away. Due to the economy, dh has been working in the city weekdays and coming home on weekend for several years now. He checks theI LOVE the Goodwill store, but the closest is 1.25+ hours away- have never heard of their outlets! Working on loosing weight over here, yesterday sat down, wrote up my goals for how much by when- one of my 'prizes'- when I hit a size 10 I'm going on a $100 shopping spree at goodwill! Sounds like if we only has an outlet around, I could buy enough clothes to last YEARS! Even for $47, what awesome finds you have!
I too miss the days when thirfting was uncool and there were far less of us doing it!
Ours doesn't either. I just give what doesn't fit when we get home to someone from church.I love Goodwill Outlet and rarely go to regular Goodwill anymore. I recently started buying children's books from the outlet, setting my budget at a strict $20. I usually can get about 40-50 books for this amount depending on the size of the book. Then I turn around and resell them for a dollar apiece. I do this about once a month and its where my dog food money comes from.
Only downside to my outlet, and not sure if its true for all Goodwill outlets, but we do not have a dressing room. Kinda a bummer when I find cute dresses and pants, but for how cheap they are I usually take the risk.