It Never Ceases To Amaze Me What People Just Throw Away And These 16 Thrift Shop Finds Prove It
It seems like there's been a whole lot of thrifting TikToks making their way onto my FYP lately. As someone who hates paying full price for something, I'm fascinated by their finds.
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Here are some of the most impressive treasures that people have shared on the Thrift Store Hauls subreddit:
1."I found the exact same pair of Docs that I was already wearing. Paid $1.00."
2."$18 for this Linge Roset Ploum high back sofa 😍"
3."Bought this butter dish for $3 and found $60 in cash inside!!! The top was taped shut and I just thought the pattern was cute."
4."I was starting to lose hope that I’d be able to thrift my wedding dress. I bought this today for $60! With alterations and a cleaning, still comes in far under what I would have paid for something a lot more simple. I’m in love!"
5."Thrift score of the century. I found them on the 50% off shelf so I spent $4.21 total on these babies! Literally near perfect condition."
6."Paid $2. The lady had absolutely no idea who these people are."
7."I almost didn’t thrift today! Paid $20 for both and they're valued at over $22,000."
8."It's like a '90s Nickelodeon show fever dream."
9."Bought them for $7 and just picked them up from the jewelers after being cleaned and appraised. Worth over $4,600."
10."Just found this beauty for $20 🤤."
11."I've had my sassy green teapot for years, just found his baby at Goodwill yesterday!"
12."I was told this was a green amethyst and haggled them down to $42. Just took it to a jeweler to have it appraised and it’s a rare green diamond, over 100 years old, and conservatively worth more than $8,000!"
13."Found at local thrift shop. It's an exact copy of the sweater my mom has owned for at least a couple decades."
14."This behemoth '80s lotus lamp was a literal haul...its huge! Brass, pink, '80s, and floral are my weaknesses."
15."75 cents for this basket. Cat was found for free at the dump 5 years ago."
16."I found a genuine four-leaf clover that was dated June 17, 1923. It was inside a 150-year-old book."
Now, it's your turn! What's the most unexpected, expensive, or wildest thing you've found at a thrift store? Comment below!
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