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Thread: FW at Goodwill

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    FW at Goodwill

    The Tacoma Goodwill has a FW listed which will go cheap because they only do pickups. But, if you live close enough, it would be worth the drive.

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    It looks like they have two of them! One is currently at $31, the other at $9.99.

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    Pick up onlys are not a deal breaker by any means. So, plan on the price going sky high as usual. The Goodwill sites have shipping places that pick up and ship to you for a fee. Yes, the Goodwill won't ship, but they can and will refer you to local sites that do. They're willing to give you their names/businesses if you ask.

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    Do you mean the Tacoma WA Goodwill store? Where abouts? How do you know this and how can I look at the machine. It is certainly possible for me to get there for a good deal.

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    Maryellen, Herself is going to skin me for this as she's planning on bidding on it as well but:
    http://www.shopgoodwill.com/viewItem...temID=11731740
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    http://www.shopgoodwill.com/viewItem...temID=11750814

    They have a bunch of sewing machines listed.

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    When you purchase from this site - watch those shipping charges - I just won an auction for three AccuQuilt Die Cuts and the winning bid was just shy of $40 but the shipping was almost $50 and the box they sent it to me in was a recycled cup box - thank goodness they weren't damaged in shipping because they really weren't packed very well for what I paid!

    I have had a lot of fun looking at sewing machines on this website, but only bid on the ones I see locally so I can go pick it up myself.

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