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Thread: Auction at Goodwill

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    Super Member dphelps's Avatar
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    I discovered something pretty interesting. Goodwill has an online auction at: shopgoodwill.com. They have lots of things for crafting, sewing,fabric, sewing machines, etc. Check it out.

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    thanks for the info

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    I've bought quite a few things from there...only problem is the huge shipping fees... :? :roll: :cry: Naomi

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    I have purchased several things from this auction site. However, I only bid on items at my local goodwill. ..

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    Oh my do they have stuff.

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    Thanks. I'll check it out.

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    thanks, will be looking that up.

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    Thanks. I bookmarked that one!

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    My daughter works at goodwill shes the one who clued me on the website. I generally just bid from the closer ones so I can pick up my items, but did get a real nice Gingher rotary cutter and seam ripper set half price of a new set and that included shipping. sewing machines go for some high prices. There was a featherweight on there two wks ago top 50 item list due to the bidding on the machine

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    you are correct...and seems like other hidden costs-depending on what purchasing...proxibid is another good site, if you know what to look for!

    http://www.shopgoodwill.com/

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