Thrift Stores in the Southeastern Coastal Georgia Area

These are the thrift stores that I frequent. Some of them are always on my bi-monthly sourcing trips to supply my online thrift store, and others, not so much. Listed below you will find the addresses. Click on the thrift store’s name to link out to the website for their store hours and contact information.

  1. Bluetique: 1036 Beach Blvd. Suite B Jacksonville Beach FL, 32250
  2. Goodwill Retail Store: 1036 Beach Blvd. Jax Beach, FL 32250
  3. Goodwill Pound Store: 4527 Lenox Ave. Jacksonville, FL 32205
  4. Goodwill Pound Store: 6240 Fort Caroline Road Jacksonville, FL 32277
  5. The Thrift Store: 3851 Emerson St. Suite 14 Jacksonville, FL 32207
  6. Goodwill Outlet: 7220 Sallie Mood Dr. Savannah, GA 31406
  7. Goodwill Retail Store: 330 Johnny Mercer Blvd. Savannah, GA 31410
  8. Good Retail Store: #249 Village at Glynn Place Brunswick, GA 31525
  9. Waste Not Want Not Consignment and Thrift Shop: 104 Trade St. Brunswick, Georgia, GA 31525
  10. Hello Goodbuy: 1523 Glynn Avenue Brunswick, GA 31520
  11. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store: 1217 Newcastle St. Brunswick, Georgia, GA 31520
  12. Old Savannah City Mission: 2424 Bull Street Savannah, GA 31401
  13. Uptown Cheapskate: 4950 Centre Pointe Drive North Charleston, SC 29418

The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

1. Bluetique

  • What I like: They have lots of name brands in this thrift store, and it’s set up boutique-style. The store is visually appealing. This thrift store is a Goodwill concept created to carry and sell higher-end thrift clothing, shoes, and accessories. They have some really good stuff. I got a vintage Dooney and Bourke purse from there for the low. Read about it here.
  • What I don’t like: The customer service wasn’t that great. I wasn’t greeted at the door.
  • Good to know: The prices are great for shopping for yourself, not for resale.

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2. Goodwill Retail Store on Beach

  • What I like: The store is very big, they have a case of nice name brand items at reasonable prices, and they have a good selection.
  • What I don’t like: Their rewards program sucks! You have to spend $200 to get a 20% discount.
  • Good to know: The Bluetique is right next door. You have to go into a separate entrance to access it. I felt like a dunce once I figured that out. Read about it here in my review of the Bluetique.


3. Goodwill Pound Store on Lenox

  • What I like: They constantly switch out the bins so that you can access more new, old stuff. Lol!
  • What I don’t like: A certain group of people, I think they sell at the local flea market there, act like vultures swooping in on their prey. They can get all in your personal space. I find them very annoying! They act like the stuff is free or something.
  • Good to know: Just a block away, there is a pickup center for things that you’ve won on Goodwill’s online auction. If you pick up your merch., you can save yourself the expensive shipping fees.

4. Goodwill Pound Store on Fort Caroline

  • What I like: The pound concept is fairly new to this location, so there are not too many of those annoying flea market vendors shopping there…yet. It’s a very chilled atmosphere, and I’ve found some valuable stuff there.
  • What I don’t like: The store is small, and since they’re new, they’ve yet to realize that they could make more money by changing their bins out more often than they do.
  • Good to know: They stay open later than the pound store on Lenox.

5. The Thrift Store

  • What I like: The store is very big with a lot of variety, they have good shoes and clothing, and they run 50% off sales on certain color tags.
  • What I don’t like: The crowd. I am obviously late to the game about this store, because everyone and their mama was in there one Saturday!
  • Good to know: They accept cash only, which I hate! I’m a debit card girl. I had to limit my haul my first time there because I didn’t know about their cash policy.

6. Goodwill Outlet on Sallie Mood

  • What I like: The pound concept is fairly new to this location, so it’s a very chilled atmosphere.
  • What I don’t like: The staff is kind of lazy. They don’t change their bins out at all, and the bins aren’t even full. I haven’t been back in a while because of that fact.
  • Good to know:  It used to be a retail Goodwill. People come in looking dumbfounded and walk right back out. I laugh to myself every time, because that’s how I looked when I first went to the bins by accident.

7. Goodwill Retail Store on Johnny Mercer

  • What I like: They have some good merchandise. They are a part of my local Goodwill’s region, so the rewards system is the same as the one that I already use.
  • What I don’t like: The store is small and kind of cramped.
  • Good to know: There are a couple other thrift stores in the same area. I haven’t explored them yet though.

8. Good Retail Store Village at Glynn Place

  • What I like: The store is large, the prices are reasonable, and it’s in my city.
  • What I don’t like: It’s hit or miss. My city isn’t known for high-end retail stores, so they don’t have a lot of the good stuff.
  • Good to know: They offer a rewards app that allows you to earn 50% off of one total purchase after you have earned so many points.

9. Gone out of business: Waste Not Want Not Consignment and Thrift Shop

  • What I like: It’s in my neck of the woods. They sometimes carry nice, affordable antique furniture.
  • What I don’t like: It’s a very small store, and they don’t run sales regularly or offer any rewards program.
  • Good to know: The guy is the owner, so if you want to haggle a little on the prices, speak to him.

10. Hello Goodbuy

  • What I like: They donate to local charity.
  • What I don’t like: The store is small, and a lot of their stuff is overpriced for a thrift store.
  • Good to know: They also have an eBay store. The downside is, there’s hardly anything in it.

11. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store

  • What I like: They donate to local charity and sometimes carry great stuff. I got 2 pairs of Donald J. Pliner shoes from there for the low. Find out what they sold for here.
  • What I don’t like: They have a very small selection.
  • Good to know: No shopping on Saturdays and Sundays.

12. Old Savannah City Mission

  • What I like: They have a good selection.
  • What I don’t like: The prices are over inflated for a thrift store.
  • Good to know: They have a “clearance” center down the street, on the side of their building, within walking distance. They have a good selection at very good prices. I cleaned up in there on my first visit!

13.  Uptown Cheapskate

  • What I like: They have some high-end items for decent prices.
  • What I don’t like: There wasn’t a good selection of cute shoes in my size, 8 U.S., which is a common size.
  • Good to know: This is a franchise consignment/thrift store. They have locations in different states.

Uptown Cheapskate

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