Salvation Army Thrift Store in New York
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New York, New York County, New York, US
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The Salvation Army Thrift Store & Donation Centerfrom this place 1 mi
The cashier doesn't seem to like white people either. He just doesn't like people. The black wo...
4 ·(199)from this place 1 mi
This thrift store was incredibly organized and a total delight to peruse through. I enjoy thrifti...
4.5 ·(64)from this place 1 mi
A very stylish shops with lots of style that you can find here, great vibe in store and love thei...
4 ·(81)from this place 1 mi
The worker there (dark skin guy) felt the need to stand by me on his phone while I was trying on ...
3.6 ·(145)from this place 1 mi
An absolut must for thrift lovers. Every time Im in NYC I find amazing things there. Prices are h...
3.8 ·(199)from this place 1 mi
They have a two-piece part as well, which you wont find in other stores. They have a lot of nice ...
The Salvation Army Thrift Store New York, NYfrom this place 1 mi
Wow. Impressive. Cleanest thrift store I have ever been in. Well organized. Staff very helpfu...
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4.4 ·(15)from this place 2 mi
Here are the general prices for women's clothes:Shorts: $22 and upBlouses: $25 and upDresses: $40...
Total reviews rating 3.4
22 Reviews for Salvation Army Thrift Store 2023:
The store leaves the door wide open long before 10:00 but wont even let you in until its exactly 10:00.Furthermore, the selections have been getting worse since covid started, with prices only going up. It makes no sense because they dont make the clothing, its all SECONDHAND donations.Lastly, I notice they markup items such as Zara or whatever they consider brand name (Theory, Michael Kors, Brooks Brothers). I can understand the brand name but marking up fast fashion knowing its popular for the younger crowd, even when its not brand name is plain greedy. Im going to need to find a new thrift store to shop at bc this isnt it.
Five stars for Angela. Shes the best!
3.99$ for an underwear and 2.99 $ for an T shirt. Good.
Nice sized salvation army and stocked with clothes for everyone, but if youre looking for anything besides clothes, hit up another salvation army, very small book section, very little of anything else, no electronics whatsoever. Also no mens winter jackets, at least not yet which is weird as most others have them out already, and theres a large selection of womens jackets here.
Good selections, nice prices and sales, the worker at the counter was helpful.
Bargains here. It may take more than one visit, but a bargain can be found. Staff is helpful, and pleasant. Large used furniture items (sofas, tables, chairs, etc.) Are sold here, as well as donations of such large items. Open Mon.-Sat.; Closed Sunday.
This place took out one manager which was great to bring another manger from another store and she seems to have her clients from the other store she worked in come in and she gives them discounts and they also get stuff before others and even the staff members are taking stuff before the public gets it. I think salvation army need to have more professional people working at this store because this change has become worse.
Love this store on 23rd the manager Angie is the best. I follow her from the other location on 8th Avenue where she is greatly missed. She is very welcoming with a smile. You can find great deals an awesome finds. Just look.
This place is horrible. They refused donation for me to pick up because, Im young and then they yelled at me and told me to get out and called me a freeloader and it was my first time there.
Wednesday 50% offCheck for the days color ticket for discountGreat booksSuitsT-shirtsKids clothingWomen’s clothingEtc.Staff usually friendly