Pittsburgh January 29, 2019
This Bargain Hunters Road Trip Will Take You To The Best Thrift Stores In Pittsburgh
Decluttering has become all the rage lately. And, you know what that means, right? Thrift stores will soon be jam-packed with new inventory. That makes now the absolute perfect time to hit the road on this epic road trip that will take you to some of the best thrift stores in Pittsburgh. After all, you never know what hidden gems you’ll uncover.
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Let's go shopping today, Pittsburgh! Our bargain hunters road trip will take us to some pretty awesome thrift stores in Pittsburgh. Have some of your own favorite thrift stores? Add 'em to the road trip, too. Off we go!
1. Zicknacks Community Thrift Store
Our first stop brings us to Zicknacks Community Thrift Store, Explore the sizable thrift store that sells just about everything you can think of - from couches and lamps to home decor and strollers. And, if you've just finished decluttering, you can also donate to Zicknacks. Free donation pick up is available.
2. East End Community Thrift
Off we go to East End Community Thrift, also known as Thrifty, a volunteer shop that's been a neighborhood staple since 1993. Explore the thrift store that sells an assortment of items, including books, clothes, dishes, and old albums. Be sure to bring plenty of cash to this cash only thrift shop on Penn Avenue.
3. Thriftique Pittsburgh
Bring your shopping list with you to Thriftique in Lawrenceville. With the slogan "thrift different," the thrift shop sells an assortment of shoes, clothing, dishes, and home decor. Find the perfect furniture pieces - all "gently used" - at the boutique-style thrift store.
4. House of Thrift
Okay, Steelers fans, you just might find some really cool Steelers memorabilia at the House of Thrift in Millvale. The spacious thrift store boasts an impressive inventory of clothing, DVDs, books, dishware, knickknacks, and plenty more. Prices start as low as 50 cents.
5. Repurposed for Kids
Bring the kids with you to our next stop at Repurposed for Kids. The thrift and consignment shop features a large range of products - such as clothing, toys, bedding, and strollers. Even better? Repurposed for Kids often features sales with proceeds going to the anti-human trafficking mission of Living in Liberty.
6. Community Thrift Center
By now, you've probably loaded the trunk with plenty of goodies. Alas, we've come to our final stop. Community Thrift Center in Greentree features an impressive assortment of vintage items. So, what gems will you find? An old school grandfather clock? Jewelry from the 20th century? Or classic cameras?
What are your favorite thrift stores in Pittsburgh? Let us know in the comments! And, when you’re in the mood for another awesome road trip, check out the ultimate guide to antiquing.
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