10 Best Thrift Stores in Washington State

Everybody loves a deal and you can find some seriously good ones at thrift stores. From gently used clothing for every member of your family to household appliances and furniture to electronics and antiques, check out the 10 best thrift stores throughout Washington. You’ll find great treasures without emptying your wallet. 

Fremont Vintage Mall, Seattle, WA

Some people believe Fremont Vintage Mall is the coolest store in this part of the universe! Stop by and see if that’s right. And while you’re there, check out the mid-century furniture, records, collectible art, and great designer jewelry. 

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Tossed and Found, Spokane, WA

You gotta love the name of this quirky second-hand store in Spokane. Tossed and Found carries a great selection of items from the mid-century that have been gently used and are now available for you to enjoy. Easy on the pocketbook and very well organized, you should still plan to spend a while. You never know what you’ll find. And better bring a truck. 

The Retreasury, Lacey, WA

Looking for something special to finish off your living room or bedroom? Maybe it’s a one-of-a-kind painting or an African braided mat. Inventory is acquired through estate sales so you never know what’s going to be here, so it pays to shop often. Prices are good, and they have even more items in storage, so don’t be timid to ask for what you want. 

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Rainier Thrift & Gift, Buckley, WA

Rainer Thirst & Gift is a unique thrift store because they sell beautifully handmade furniture and items for your home and patio. Located in Buckley, when you buy here, you’re supporting the residents of Rainer School, a daycare center for adults with disabilities. Prices are reasonable, and the store is a favorite of the locals. 

Seattle Children’s Kent Bargain Boutique, Kent, WA

This quaint little shop is full of repurposed and vintage items that include clothing brand names like Ann Taylor, Louis Vuitton, Nordstrom, Tiffany, and others. Open every day but Sunday, it’s always fun to stop by and see what new things they have. If you’re looking for a great place to donate gently used items that you don’t need anymore, this is the place. Donations are welcome and benefit Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Deseret Industries Thrift Store, Federal Way, WA

So much more than just a thrift store, Desert Industries stores accept donations of clothing and other household items, then uses the proceeds to provide on-the-job training and experience, partner with community colleges and technical schools, and work with local businesses to form internships and opportunities for people to learn job skills. 

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Teen Challenge Resale & Donation, Spokane Valley, WA

It’s heartwarming to think that as you clean out your closets and donate items to one of the Teen Challenge Resale & Donation locations in Washington, you’re helping others else clean up their lives. Students of all ages enrolled in a year-long program to help them on the road to recovery. The proceeds from the resale stores and partnerships with churches, business, and other organizations help fund the program. 

Thrift Culture, Bellevue, WA

Bellevue Square is home to Thrift Culture, a thrift store that provides free clothing and shoes to families with children in the Bellevue area. Parents of school-age children can get vouchers to purchase back-to-school clothing and there are general vouchers for families in need. If you don’t have anything to donate right now, you can support the efforts by shopping at the thrift store. You never know what treasures you’ll find and help families at the same time. 

2nd Chance Thrift Shop, Camano Island, WA

Cleaning out your closet or your garage? Consider donating your gently used items to 2nd Chance Thrift Shop on Camano Island. Looking for a bargain to decorate your home or something new to wear for that special occasion? Stop by and browse through the well-organized store and see what hidden treasures you’ll discover. 

Mercer Island Thrift Shop, Mercer Island, WA

Mercer Island Thrift Shop is a proud supporter of the Mercer Island Youth & Family Services. They provide help for families and individuals experiencing in crisis. When you donate your gently used clothing at one of the five convenient locations around the city, you’re helping build a stronger community. Besides clothing and shoes, items accepted include jewelry, housewares and collectibles, books, music and video media, art, clean furniture, sporting goods, toys, and baby equipment. 

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