Orlando >Second Hand Goods > Community Thrift Store
6015 Edgewater Dr, Orlando, FL | Directions 3281028.611697 -81.415821
Hit or miss, just like any other thrift store, but I consistently get good deals (Scored an $800 habitat for one of my reptiles for $60 - I know it was $800 because I already had one that I bought direct from the company - just needed an hour or so worth of cleaning and TLC! I'm probably in the minority, but I don't shop thrift stores for clothing so I can't really comment on their prices for it since I don't check. I look for housewares, furniture, decorator pieces and they are dirt cheap here and it's rare that I leave empty handed. I will say that having to have a "ticket" for anything from the furniture area is annoying. This is the only store i've encountered that does this and there isn't anything that tells you this - you just get up to the checkout and get berated for not following the rules <eyeroll> and it *IS* a cash only store. They do have an ATM though. As i recall it's a $2 charge to use it. Thus I always go with cash in hand.
The management team is the worst on the planet ,store manager handles customer with such disrespect ,also the dude I think he is the owner's son speak to the employees like dirt<handles them like slaves ,its really bad I overheard him disrespecting customers by the fitting room<WORST STORE ON THE PLANET>NEEDS A SERIOUS MAKEOVER >MANAGEMENT NEEDS CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS >EWWWW >NASTY
Owners are unscrupulous – I have shopped here for years. They have always had irregularly high prices as one has already mentioned. The thing that really ticks me off , they have taken down the only mirror out side the dressing room, and you are not allowed to use the dressing rooms for items below the price of 4.90 something. All furniture for sale with mirrors have been covered with plastic wrap and tape, and all sales are final, cash only too. They have no real competition. If you know of a shop around the area with good clothing, please post it!
good, but inconsistant – altho there are frequently good prices, there is no "rhyme or reason" as to pricing. I have seen designer items in good shape listed cheap. But, also have seen JUNK priced more than in the stores. Also, sizing guidelines listed are a JOKE. I mean, how much time does it take to check the size inside an article of clothing before writing a number on the tag ??It's ridiculous !!!!!
Awful – Horrible customer service. No credit cards poor quality every customer is just a number.
Central Florida's Best Thrift Store – Whether you are shopping for the family on a strict budget or a collector looking for classic trinkets. Community thrift store has the best quality, most variety, and excellent customer service.
I love the store if i'm looking for clothing for my kids always find something great prices i live it!
AWESOME thrift! – Every time I come here I find a ton of cheap stuff. The previous reviewer cant possibly be a regular shooper, or they would know that sometimes higher-quality or brand name items start out at prices like 11.11-but every week they go thru the clothes and reduce the prices. Also they have a tag system (like most thrifts do) and that color tag will have an additional discount. I have a business on eBay reselling items that I find in thrifts and yard sales, and I always get good stuff from this store. Also you can get very inexpensive housewares and furniture here-I got a new-looking wicker headboard and footboard for my queen bed, with matching side tables for $12.12! Where else are you going to get WICKER that cheap? I love this store!
The worlds highest price thrift store – This place is not a thrift store. It is a store selling old used clothes at new clothing prices!!! A thrift store is suspose to be affordable, this place is not. You can buy a shirt here for $11.11. Who wants to pay that for old used stuff. They may be a huge store but so are their prices!!! There are much better place arround this area like Brothers Keepers, and Sunshine Thrift, where the price are low to reasonable.
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