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My son was very disappointed tonight because he picked out a few children's chapter books (one was a Diary of a Wimpy Kid book), and they all rang up at $4-$6 so we said he couldn't get them. Since when do used donated children's books cost that much?

Books shouldn't cost more than a dollar for a hardback, and .50¢ for paperback!!!! Stop ripping people off!

This is how all the SAVERS stores should look like clean neat & organized.

Savers needs to check their DVDs before putting them on display. I bought three of them couple weekends ago and can't use any of them because they are for the wrong region. I didn't know what that meant but from what I was told, the United States is region 1 and that's the number that should be on the DVD. if it's any other number besides 1 or 0 then that DVD will not work here in the U.S.

The one by me is horrible. Dirty. Bathroom is non existent.

We miss you in Arkansas

do you take used books? I have 2 big boxes I want to get rid of

I was at the Savers in Crystal Lake and thought “what a great book selection”. I found 12 books I wanted but when I realized the price I put them all back. I realize they are still cheaper than purchasing new but come on. They are $1.99 at Goodwill. Why pay for the extra retail space for items that are normally a hard sell especially these days with all the electronic readers. Be more reasonable.

The savers by us just started charing for the bags to put your items in. That is B.S.. how greedy can you get. I won't be giving you money for a bag that everywhere else provides for free. That's ridiculous.

Are you in financial trouble? I just found out today that after closing the West Side location 2 years ago you are now closing the East Side location here in Madison. Effectively Savers is out of business in the Madison area. I am wondering why?

I miss you guys! We had two in my town and both closed because of the fraud litigation. Your stores were clean, the books were arranged neatly by genre, and there was always something new and interesting to find. The other thrift stores around me are dirty, badly organized, and their goods for sale are just piles of broken stuff piled on top of each other. I wish you'd reorganize and come back!

Books are so expensive there. I shop other thrift store that sells paperbacks for 20 for one dollar, and hard covers , 10 for one dollar.

We need Savers in San Antonio!!! After moving from California with a Savers just down the road we are really, really missing our Friday evening family thrifting dates!

Both of our savers stores closed 😒

my mom always shopped for my clothes at thiftstore only in Maryland in the State of Maryland I love myself I love the clothes I get sometime to wear they sell old clothes old movies and everything comes and goes at Savers thiftstore I remember one of those days when I was younger they had bag full toys all in one bag selling top I miss my good life but Value Village store is still at Bladensburg, Maryland.

Saveings at Savers

Hi, what’s day have the 50%??

My favorite department. :3

Miss u all

YOU GREEDY ASSES RAISING BOOK PRICES....UNREAL!!!

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1 month ago

Savers

Small changes can make a big environmental difference. As a part of the Savers community, you’re already shopping smarter and reusing clothes instead of sending them to the landfill. bit.ly/RethinkReuse2018 ... See MoreSee Less

Small changes can make a big environmental difference. As a part of the Savers community, you’re already shopping smarter and reusing clothes instead of sending them to the landfill. http://bit.ly/RethinkReuse2018

 

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I was shocked by the prices! Savers you are thrift store with clothes that have armpit stench and crotch jizz and yet you are charging retail prices! ......no wonder your store is always empty...your tattered shit is piling up too.

1 month ago

Savers

We asked North Americans to a simple request: to make their next t-shirt a used one. Millions of people answered the call, and together, we saved over one billion gallons of water – enough to fill more than 1,500 Olympic-sized swimming pools. ... See MoreSee Less

We asked North Americans to a simple request: to make their next t-shirt a used one. Millions of people answered the call, and together, we saved over one billion gallons of water – enough to fill more than 1,500 Olympic-sized swimming pools.

 

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I'm not giving a new price for a used Tshirt.