This Bargain Hunters Road Trip Will Take You To The Best Thrift Stores In South Dakota
Great news, South Dakota: Garage sale season is just around the corner, meaning the most thrifty and exciting time of the year for penny pinchers (like myself) is upon us! If you are like me, however, you do not want to wait for the spring thaw to partake in treasure hunting, which is where this epic South Dakota thrift store road trip comes into play (link to the original interactive map can be found
1. Pac Rat Palace (Rapid City)
What better place to begin our epic thrift store road trip than by visiting a PALACE?! Located in Rapid City, Pac Rat is a family-owned store that's been open since 1983 and boasts a whopping 10,000-square-feet of anything and everything you could possibly want.
2. Countryside Hospice Thrift Store (Pierre)
It's only appropriate that our beautiful capital city is home to an equally beautiful thrift store! Situated in downtown Pierre, Hospice Thrift Store gives you a great reason to shop, as it is operated by volunteers with all proceeds benefitting local cancer, dementia & hospice patients.
3. Benson's Flea Market (Sioux Falls)
It may not have the word "thrift" in it, but Benson's is still a must-visit for all things thrifty and affordable, thanks to its estimated 90-140 vendors! Benson's Flea Market is located at the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds Expo Building and runs on the first full weekend of every month from September to April
4. Kids Against Hunger Thrift Store (Aberdeen)
Much like Countryside Hospice, your purchase at Kids Against Hunger goes a long way, as the money made goes toward paying for ingredients to package for for hungry children. We will shop (and donate) to that ANY day!
5. St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store (Spearfish)
Last but certainly not least is St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store, which is home to countless antiques, clothes, furniture, and more, with all proceeds benefitting the Society of St. Vincent De Paul.
Discover even more places to shop by checking out these
6 Amazing Flea Markets In South Dakota You Absolutely Have To Visit.
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