I confirm what Shewee wrote. I have
been shopping regularly at the Purcellville, Northern Virginia store for a couple of years and it is a trove of treasures at incredible prices. They have a large and very quick turnover. My first experience here with the John Island's store was quite disappointing. Prices are unbelievably high and the manager was sullen and unfriendly that day. There is huge amount of stacked up sofas gathering dust in the immense hall that won't sell because of their prices. What is wrong with this management?
variety of items.
I love going to the habitat restore to look for unusual items.Lately their prices have been a little high.They had window blinds for 3.00 (no hardware included).I can buy brand new ones at walmart for 3.78.I think if they lower their prices they would sell more stuff.These day and times people are looking for a bargain.The stuff people donate don't cost them anything.Why are they trying to charge an arm & a leg for these items.They charge $ 1.00 for children's book that are wrote in.I can go to the thrift store and get brand new books for .65 cents.What is wrong with this picture.I went the other day and wanted to buy a table and chairs and it was on hold for someone.I had cash in hand.I just left and don't think i'll be back.If you want a deal....Go to the community thrift store in charleston.By the way the employees at community thrift are nice too.