Hi There, I hope you are having a great week so far. I figured I would post this information just in case you needed it.In Response to Cityfarmer's Question:
Do you haggle at your thrift shop?
Can you haggle at a thrift shop?
Answer: I don't want to confuse you guys. At most thrift shops prices are marked clearly. Unless, they have a sale of sorts for example: Bag sale or Color coded sale depending on week. So, my answer is a NO. Here's my but, check shop's Policy. Some thrift stores post their policy right at the check out for view. Did you know that?
Here's my rule of thumb #1. If there is No Policy posted, GO FOR IT! Haggle Away. Rule of thumb # 2. If an item is over priced or you think mismarked. ASK??? It doesn't hurt. What is the worst thing that could happen. They will tell you, "NO!" Rule of thumb #3. Once you become a regular customer your foots in the door.. Haggle for a better deal. By now you know the Staff by name. I have even given volunteers a verbal list of things I'm looking for. Do you know they are more than happy to help you out. Their job is to sell and Customers want to buy. So, haggle on :)
I hope this answered your Question.
Enjoy your fun journey of thrifting.
PS. Yes, Cityfarmer I haggle at my thrift shop!
PSS. Shops ;)