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How do you find thrift stores in your area?

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Find thrift stores in your area by searching on thrift store directory sites such as TheThriftShopper.com and ThriftStoreListings.com, as of 2015. Many national thrift store chains, such as Goodwill or The Salvation Army, offer store locator tools on their websites.

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TheThriftShopper.com features a comprehensive database of local thrift stores and charitable retail stores across the country, with a tool that allows you to enter either a city and state or ZIP code to find nearby locations. Each entry on the site includes the name, address and phone number of the store, along with the hours of operation for both its retail stores and donation centers. Some stores also offer sale and inventory information through the site. ThriftStoreListings.com allows you to browse according to major U.S. cities, most popular charitable organizations, or by conducting a location proximity search. It is also possible to view a list of the stores with the most user visits.

Goodwill.com features a store locator tool on its main page, which supports standard location search parameters and allows you to specify only retail stores or other types of Goodwill entities. It also displays results on an interactive map, which you may browse independently of conducting a specific search. The Salvation Army operates regional sections of its site, which contain lists of its stores along with a tool for finding other locations.

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