If you haven’t joined the masses of people who regularly shop in thrift stores, it’s time to get with the trend! From clothing, to household goods, these are the places to score the best deals on gently used or new items for your family. Check out these Massachusetts thrift stores and prepare to return home with some bargains.
The proceeds from Global Thrift benefit those fleeing wars in foreign countries. The store gets new items daily, including clothing, furniture, shoes, and household goods.
The Thrift Shop of Boston sells estate quality furniture, clothing and household goods. Proceeds benefit the Home for Little Wanderers—known for their work with children living in at-risk situations.
Cape Abilities is a huge thrift shop that sells antiques, upscale furniture, home décor and jewelry. They empower people with disabilities by providing them with jobs. Everyone wins when you shop here.
Featuring racks filled with name brand and designer clothing, Wicked Thrift is the place to shop to update your wardrobe. Their sister store, Pop Rock Vintage sells fashions from bygone eras and costumes, too.
You won’t find clothing at Maria’s Homegoods, because this thrift store is dedicated to furniture and household items instead. You can furnish an entire home and have money to spare when you shop here.
Run by the local United Methodist Church, Northside Thrift Shop sells upscale clothing and furniture at excellent prices. The store is well kept and incredibly organized.
For gently used children’s clothing, baby furniture and maternity clothes, visit Apple of My Eye. Why pay full price for things your children will outgrow anyway? And maternity items aren’t cheap. Buy used and save a bundle!
From contemporary women’s fashion to business casual men’s clothing to designer goods, Cambridge’s Garment District truly is a treasure trove. It’s not uncommon to find brands like Armani, Coach, and Marc Jacobs while digging through the racks at Garment District. If you’re looking for a well-curated thrift shop with high-quality goods, this is your place.