Indian Rocks Thrift Center

★★★☆☆
27.8843 -82.8122
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727-596-8868

12629 Ulmerton Rd

Largo, FL

33774

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I shop thrift stores on a regular basis. I get the vast majority of my clothing from thrift stores. I have shopped almost every thrift store in Pinellas County, and can say that this is my second favorite. For years, it was my favorite until I found Super Thrift on 66 street. The *only* reason Super Thrift is now my favorite is because it is larger, so obviously has a larger selection of clothing and shoes.

New Life Thrift is the name of Indian Rocks Thrift Center now, and the prices of their clothing is cheaper than most other thrift stores. I still go there on a weekly basis! The prices on furniture are sometimes high, but for clothing, books, shoes, and other items are VERY comparable and oftentimes better than other stores. For the combination of the selection and the prices, I give it 5 stars. The friendliness of the staff also plays a part. Too many thrift stores have young ladies who really could care less about the 'customer'.

It is true that if an item does not have a price, the cashiers are not allowed to price it. Repricing is generally left to management. This is normal and a good business practice. Other thrift stores do the same. Anyone can go in and rip off a price tag - this happens OFTEN in thrift stores. There is a reason price tags are put on items.

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★★★★★

I shop thrift stores on a regular basis. I get the vast majority of my clothing from thrift stores. I have shopped almost every thrift store in Pinellas County, and can say that this is my second favorite. For years, it was my favorite until I found Super Thrift on 66 street. The *only* reason Super Thrift is now my favorite is because it is larger, so obviously has a larger selection of clothing and shoes.

New Life Thrift is the name of Indian Rocks Thrift Center now, and the prices of their clothing is cheaper than most other thrift stores. I still go there on a weekly basis! The prices on furniture are sometimes high, but for clothing, books, shoes, and other items are VERY comparable and oftentimes better than other stores. For the combination of the selection and the prices, I give it 5 stars. The friendliness of the staff also plays a part. Too many thrift stores have young ladies who really could care less about the 'customer'.

It is true that if an item does not have a price, the cashiers are not allowed to price it. Repricing is generally left to management. This is normal and a good business practice. Other thrift stores do the same. Anyone can go in and rip off a price tag - this happens OFTEN in thrift stores. There is a reason price tags are put on items.

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Where do I begin? I shopped here on a Saturday in July, 2011 and was disappointed not only in the high prices of furniture and fabric, but the policy requiring that I return Monday to buy a simple slik flower arrangement that wasn't priced. The young men in the store were not permitted by the manager to place a price on a table-top basket with silk flowers. Why aren't these Christian men premitted to quote a price on a $4.00 item for a regular customer? Could it somehow be linked to the looming security cameras throughout the store? It would appear there is mis-trust of both staff and customers inside the walls of this faith-based thrift store. I am now taking my money and my family to the HEP Thrift Store in Clearwater. Much friendlier staff and better prices.

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★★☆☆☆

Where do I begin? I shopped here on a Saturday in July, 2011 and was disappointed not only in the high prices of furniture and fabric, but the policy requiring that I return Monday to buy a simple slik flower arrangement that wasn't priced. The young men in the store were not permitted by the manager to place a price on a table-top basket with silk flowers. Why aren't these Christian men premitted to quote a price on a $4.00 item for a regular customer? Could it somehow be linked to the looming security cameras throughout the store? It would appear there is mis-trust of both staff and customers inside the walls of this faith-based thrift store. I am now taking my money and my family to the HEP Thrift Store in Clearwater. Much friendlier staff and better prices.

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I have been to the Indian Rocks Thrift center myself and they have all kinds of things. I found the prices to be good and they had a good sale going when I was there. I would say it is worth the stop if you are close. They told me the money goes to missions which is really cool

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★★★★★

I have been to the Indian Rocks Thrift center myself and they have all kinds of things. I found the prices to be good and they had a good sale going when I was there. I would say it is worth the stop if you are close. They told me the money goes to missions which is really cool

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I have lived in the area for 5 years, they are the most expensive thrift store here. I don't recommend it. I know where they got the money to build their church.

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I have lived in the area for 5 years, they are the most expensive thrift store here. I don't recommend it. I know where they got the money to build their church.

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I am particularly partial to shopping here, as I attend Indian Rocks Baptist Church. They have just about everything you could want at reasonable prices, including women's, men's, and children's clothing, shoes, dishes, appliances, furniture, jewelry and possibly anything else you can think of. The store, itself is laid out nicely with a big sign hanging overhead the shoe racks, clearly listing the prices. Best of all, all proceeds from the Thrift Center go to support misson trips.

PROS: Great prices, anything you may be looking for
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★★★★☆

I am particularly partial to shopping here, as I attend Indian Rocks Baptist Church. They have just about everything you could want at reasonable prices, including women's, men's, and children's clothing, shoes, dishes, appliances, furniture, jewelry and possibly anything else you can think of. The store, itself is laid out nicely with a big sign hanging overhead the shoe racks, clearly listing the prices. Best of all, all proceeds from the Thrift Center go to support misson trips.

PROS: Great prices, anything you may be looking for
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