I was in my local large chain thrift shop looking for a pair of shorts, and I thought it was a good time to snap a few pictures of how craaaaazzzzy the prices are for furniture. The manager follows a general price list, but ultimately decides the amount on the tag. And let me just say, nothing moves in this store except people. I have to say I get jealous, everytime
Prices have not been altered by me, so this is me saying I am not exaggerating. Okay, I lie. I added one penny to the price. Why does everything in shopping end in .99?
Oh, thank goodness you take Mastercard or Visa. Phew. *sigh of relief*
Okay, am I the crazy one? Are these prices really good? I don't know about you, but I wouldn't spend that much for those pieces, especially considering the TLC needed to get it to look good.
I have come to the conclusion that yard sales have the best prices for furniture. There's a tie between Craigslist and thrift stores.
Maybe I am just old school and expect thrift stores to be places to score great cast-offs for dirt cheap.