Q: What do you buy?

A: This is the hardest question to answer. We buy a little bit of everything – video games, both old and new, toys and pop culture items from the 80’s or 90’s, mid-century modern furniture, bright vibrant items – if it induces nostalgia, we’re likely interested.

 

Q: Do you buy your items or are they donated?

A: We purchase all items that we sell. We do not accept donations.

 

Q: Where do you find your inventory?

A: Everywhere! Auctions, estate and rummage sales, flea markets, barns, garages, attics & basements. There’s treasure to be found everywhere. Some people bring their stuff to us and sometimes we go to them.

 

Q: How often do you get new stuff?

A: We normally put new items out every week and post them regularly on our Facebook Page.

 

Q: If I have an item, how much will you give me for it?

A: While we would love to tell you that the item you have is worth a lot, we can’t properly evaluate an item without seeing it in person.

 

Q: I want to buy something but can’t take it home today. Can I come back and pick it up?

A: Yes, you are welcome to purchase an item and return at a later time to pick it up. We ask that you return no later than one week after your purchase.

Q: Will you hold an item for me, and do you have layaway?

A: We do not make holds or do layaway of any type.

 

Q: What is your return policy?

A: Thriftalicious guarantees all electronics to work like new. Video games, VHS/CD/DVD/BluRay players, etc. carry a 30 day guarantee. Video games and movies have a 7-day guarantee. Any item found to be defective may be exchanged for a similar item. If a similar item is not available, the defective item can be exchanged for STORE CREDIT. NO CASH REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN

 

Q: What are your hours?

A: Our current hours are Tuesday – Sunday, 12-6pm. We are closed Sunday and Monday.

 

Q: How long have you been in business?

A: We have been in business at this location since January 10, 2011.

 

Q: Do you offer consignment for people?

A: We do not sell items on consignment; if we are interested in an item, we will make an offer on it.

 

Q: Why might you choose to not buy my items?

A: There are a number of reasons why we may decline to buy an item. In some cases it’s condition related, in others it could be more valuable than we are able to spend to buy it.