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Thread: questions about Goodwill outlet stores

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    Wow...Thanks again for all the information on the outlet stores. My daughter knows someone who has gone there and is trying to get info from her also. We already figured it wasn't going to be a place to take kids. I can't wait to hunt for the bargains!...lol

    Again thanks for all your replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandma23 View Post
    Wow...Thanks again for all the information on the outlet stores. My daughter knows someone who has gone there and is trying to get info from her also. We already figured it wasn't going to be a place to take kids. I can't wait to hunt for the bargains!...lol

    Again thanks for all your replies.
    It is a terrible place to take kids unless you are looking for a specific item and they are old enough to keep from getting trampled. My DGDs and I spent a half hour in there one day and got silk flowers for them to make little fairies. Since you weigh things they were CHEAP for a ton of them.
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    We have an outlet store in Sacramento, CA. It is a huge store with a ton of tables with stuff on them. In my opinion it's mostly junk and it is all sold by the pound. It looks like stuff that was rejected buy their retail stores and instead of taking it to the landfill they are trying to sell some of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjwilder View Post
    We have an outlet store in Sacramento, CA. It is a huge store with a ton of tables with stuff on them. In my opinion it's mostly junk and it is all sold by the pound. It looks like stuff that was rejected buy their retail stores and instead of taking it to the landfill they are trying to sell some of it.
    It looks that way most of the time but I have found some pretty good stuff there.
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