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Updated on Saturday, March 8

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QUESTION: What are your favorite thrift stores? I'm not a KW native so I have no idea which thrift stores are good.
Thanks in advance!

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  1. There are so many!

    My absolute favourite is Thrift On Kent, which is run by the Mennonite Central Committee (so the money you spent goes to charity). It has a huge selection- not just clothing- and the prices are bananas- pants for $4, scarves for 50 cents, beautiful mugs for $1.50.

    Near there is the big Value Village at Ottawa and King. It's a Value Village like any other. I like it.

    There are a number of good places in Uptown Waterloo. Unit 5 has a small number of items, good prices and a more modern focus; if you want to buy Zara pants for $10, this is the place.

    Patina Vintage has beautiful, carefully-selected vintage clothing. It's a bit pricier, but where else are you going to find fifties dresses and giant bowties?

    I have not been to Meow Boutique (also in Uptown) but I hear they have really, really nice stuff and apparently a room full of hats. I've been meaning to stop in for a while.

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    1. I am not OP but this was so helpful! Thank you! :)

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    2. I love all these places!

      I also recommend The Green Door and Bibles for a Mission.

      The Green Door has some cool recycled clothes and some crafty things volunteers make. It got started by The Working Centre and it's a great place to stop on the way to the Kitchener Market on Saturdays.

      I always find great house things at Bibles for a Mission - kitchen stuff and board games. I got Clue got $0.50 and a lasagna pan for $4. And it's right across from The Green Door.

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  2. Value Village on Ottawa is really dirty. The one out at Sports World (Near the 401) is much nicer.

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  3. Could also try Twice is Nice/Twice the Man. It's right uptown, same building as the Duke of Wellington pub.Some nice brand-name consignment stuff there

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