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filmfann's avatar

The better the neighborhood, the better the used goods.
You will score well in Walnut Creek and Napa.

unique's avatar

what are you looking for?

Captain_Fantasy's avatar

In SF there are no thrift stores.
Only “vintage clothing outlets” and they’re not cheap.

LuckyGuy's avatar

Go this website . Enter your zip code and it lists all thrift shops within the desired radius.
There are customer reviews too

loser's avatar

The Goodwill and Salvation Army in San Rafael are both cool.

kenmc's avatar

@Captain_Fantasy From my experience, that’s not true at all. I’ve bought a few clothing items in thrift stores in SF and paid very little for the items.

If you can brave the hipsterness, the Mission district in SF has a good number of thrift stores.

SamIAm's avatar

On Haight Street there are a lot of great places to buy inexpensive, previously owned clothing

Neizvestnaya's avatar

I’ve always been a fan of Wasteland which was/is on Haight Street along with Aardvark.

lanahopple's avatar

Just went this weekend, tons of fun. Thanx to all of you guys!

LuckyGuy's avatar

Ooops! I made a mistake in the link. It should be . Sorry.

lanahopple's avatar

no worries. i got this jean jacket today, pretty cool, and only for 5 bucks haha

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