Salvation Army

(661) 835-0337 | View Website

4130 Ming Ave, Bakersfield, CA | Directions   93309

35.339619 -119.047845

 
Thrift Stores, Second Hand Goods

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Reviews for Salvation Army

Doesn't Recommend
2 months ago

I'm usually a fan of the salvation army thrift store even though they are a bit pricey. However I was very disappointed when they abruptly changed their "moonlight madness sale" from 6-9 p.m. to 3-6. The 6 to 9 time was convenient for my work schedule and I looked forward to going to get items for 50% off since some of their items are over price. Especially the clothes. For example The price for a pair of pants average $4.99 and that's the price for very worn or ripped items. I really wish you guys will go back to the original time from 6 to 9 and give the people who have to work a chance at the 50% off prices.

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

I Love, Love, Love thrift stores... I've been to all the Salvation thrift stores here in Bakersfield, and this one is the best "Ming ave" it's clean and organized.. but.. I find all Salvation arms are pricey!! The pants are 5.00 were if you put a few more Dollars out for pants, you can buy them new, same with shirts! I'm a bargen hunter and I find buying sale items at the mall are cheaper.. I get shirts for 2.99 to 4.99 at te mall on sales racks.. just bought a new pear of Jean's at sears for 7.99.. so I think Salvation Army is good for "some" things on sale days. they also say if the tage is a month old, you'll get it half off.. but, I have noticed.. they re tage them as well, Sept for items that are ripped, missing a button, or very warn ect.. so don't try t search for month old items.. they re- tag!! Good wills are the way to go!!

Recommends
over a year ago

Stocked exclusively with donated goods, thrift store contributes all earnings to Bible-based rehab programs throughout the world. – In Short
The Salvation Army is an evangelical Christian organization that devotes billions of dollars and thousands of volunteer hours each year to disaster relief, social services and other charitable causes worldwide. With proceeds going directly to adult rehabilitation centers, the Army's many thrift stores play an important role in furthering the organization's mission. Patrons of the stores pick through a diverse selection of moderately worn clothing, as well as second-hand furniture, electronics, books and toys at bargain prices.

 

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