Celebrate National Thrift Shop Day at These Phoenix Secondhand Stores

Sara EdwardsAugust 15, 2019
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Saturday is National Thrift Shop Day. Raid your closet, clean out your home and make room for your new finds at these local thrift shops.

The Bee’s Knees
Located right next to The Hive art gallery, The Bee’s Knees is only open on Saturdays and offers quality clothing for men and women with good quality prices. Along with clothing, jewelry and accessories, The Bee’s Knees also sells repurposed furniture from locals in the Coronado area.
2222 N. 16th St., 602-254-1641, facebook.com/Thebeesknees2222

Buffalo Exchange
Looking for the perfect music festival outfit? What about a piece of trendy jewelry? Buffalo Exchange is an upscale thrift store that buys, sells and trades clothes and accessories.
Two Valley locations, 602-532-0144, buffaloexchange.com

Retro Ranch
Retro Ranch is one of the most eclectic thrift stores in Phoenix. A thrift store and retro gallery hybrid, this secondhand store sells offbeat clothing, furniture and home decor. With an emphasis on ’50s- and ’60s-style clothing and furniture, there’s a unique piece for everyone.
4303 7th Ave., 602-297-1971, retroranch.net

White Dove Thrift Shoppe
Similar to Goodwill, White Dove resells gently used art, clothing, jewelry and furniture. The thrift shop has been donating proceeds from its sales to patient care programs since 2013. To celebrate Thrift store Day, White Dove will cut all prices in half.
5035 N. 7th Ave., 602-776-540, whitedovethrift.org

Maggie’s Thrift
Maggie’s Thrift Shop is the social enterprise for Maggie’s Place, a nonprofit that aids pregnant and parenting women in need. Maggie’s Thrift, located in a cozy storefront, accepts and sells donated items such as furniture, clothing for men, women and children and electronics.
1517 E. McDowell Rd., 602-252-1178, maggiesplace.org

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