Goodwill Bins Florida Store Locations

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Goodwill Outlets

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Goodwill Outlets In Florida

There’s 10 Goodwill Outlet stores in Florida, each giving you the opportunity to dig through large blue bins for high-end, valuable clothing, electronics, and other merchandise.

If you’ve watched YouTube videos where thrifters find vintage tees, jeans and crewnecks shopping at the Goodwill Bins, you know these thrift stores can be gold mines. But that being said, competition is stiff. Come early in the morning and expect regulars to be aggressive. If you’re a re-seller, this is an opportunity for you to source high-value items to sell for a profit online.

Also, you always want to keep a pair of gloves with you. Most outlets will pile in electronics, glass objects, and other items that can cut your hand if you’re not careful. Besides, none of the Goodwill clothes are washed. But, if cleanliness is an issue for you, this isn’t the spot for you. Another tip is to bring your own shopping bag. If you’re early enough, you can get a shopping cart but they quickly run out (and they can get in the way and slow you down). I recommend buying a set of these large IKEA shopping bags online. 

And based on the Goodwill outlet you’re shopping at, shoving between highly competitive shoppers is normal and to be expected. Remember, people make their full-time livings doing this. It doesn’t make it right, but it’s the unfortunate truth with Goodwill Outlets – regulars will see you as competition.

Now, if it’s your first time, here’s a tip: Be patient. You might not be lucky on the first visit, but shopping at the Goodwill Outlet is a skill that pays out in patience. Bring friends, or music, and look through all the bins.

If you don’t find anything on your first visit, remember that there are new bins full of items that are rotated every single day. With consistency and a little luck, you’ll be sharpening your thrifting skills and striking gold in no time. Goodluck.

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    Goodwill Bins Florida - Northern Outlets

    Goodwill Outlet Jacksonville

    Kids Allowed

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Restrooms Available

    Accepts Cash and Card

    Pay-Per Pound

    High Competition

    To confirm any rules and policies, make sure to give them a call. 

    Want to know when the Jacksonville, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Jacksonville, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Marcy
    @Marcy
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    Not crowded on a Saturday morning. Not a huge by the lb location. I like the bins here vs the ones you usually see at the other goodwill outlets. If you are a goodwill outlet fan, this one is worth giving a try. As a reseller, it was not that good. When they put fresh goods out it was just 2 rows so everyone crowded in. They have wares, clothes, purses and shoes all mixed together.
    Kimberly
    @KimberlyGreenleaf
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    Out of the GW outlets in Florida, this is the worst. They make customers get in line for while 2 lines of bins are replaced. I spend 20 minutes in line every time this happens. Then everyone rushes in and grabs everything then goes through it later. 99% of the staff are ridiculously rude. The dumpsters in the parking lot are full of unsold items. Common sense says they should lower prices on what’s not selling. And the store can hold much more merchandise on the selling floor. The manager should travel the state and view the other bins locations. And the Regional Manager should go shop this store for an hour and watch what happens.
    Illinois
    @IllinoisJones
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    Been to nearly 40 GW bins throughout the country, and I would rate this one possibly very last. Certainly not good for resellers. Compared to others, not good for browsing either. Not many gadgets other than clothes in my visit. After a lot of yelling the tables do change. Customers appear desperate, no chance of manners occurring. It's unpleasant even to quietly browse, and not compete for new items. I usually overstay the bins, this one I wanted out of there quick.
    Jaezza
    @JaezzaFord
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    I would give 5 stars if they would put some rules in place. People are getting pushed shoved and hurt due to a certain group of people bombarding the new bins. They run over and grab handfuls of stuff and throw it in the floor so no one else can grab them. They take them back to their multiple carts which sit there all day and at the end of the day they don’t even buy it all. We all should be required to pay for each cart before they begin filling up another.
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    Goodwill Outlet Tallahassee

    Kids Allowed

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Restrooms Available

    Accepts Cash and Card

    Pay-Per Pound

    To confirm any rules and policies, make sure to give them a call.

    Want to know when the Tallahassee, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Tallahassee, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Tonya
    @TonyaHarris
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    You never know what you will find here. To find the best stuff, sometimes you have to dumpster dive. Have patience when shopping. Clothes and shoes are weighed and are 1.79 per pound. Curtains, blankets, sheets, pillows, decorative pillows, plants, pictures, household decor and cookware are 0.79 per pound.I got this shoes and 2 Talbot's dresses for $5.23.
    Carmen
    @CarmenRoibu
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    This place used to be amazing !! Now they only send out garbage and the price per pound remained the same! I was told by an employee that they are holding the quality stuff so they can sell it online for larger profit ! It is ridiculous since they get everything for free ! It is also a shame since the CEO has a salary of 700.000/year and the employees on the store only gets the bread crumbs & and community the same! I'm not supporting this company anymore!!
    Flo
    @FloridaGirl
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    I love Goodwill stores!! This particular Outlet store is a smaller store, but usually has a good selection and the new items are brought out regularly. Staff is nice, but there seems to be a lot of turn over.
    Brian
    @BrianB
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    I love this place because you can find so many good things for such reasonable prices. The employees are friendly and helpful. It's all for a good cause.
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    Goodwill Outlet Panama City

    Kids Allowed

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Accepts Cash and Card

    Restrooms Available

    Pay-Per Pound

    To confirm any rules and policies, make sure to give them a call.

    Want to know when the Panama City, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Panama City, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    David
    @SuperDahveed
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    Never seen a set up like this, they weigh your items. Today the clothing and shoes were 1.79 a pound. The store was clean and had some good items if you where ready to go through the bends. Did find a few items and it was a great experience!
    Gale
    @GaleHill
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    The Goodwill Outlet is a place that is definitely an experience, especially if you're a die hard thrifter. I don't go nearly as often as I used too as I just don't find it as exciting or fun like it was after the reopening from being closed due to Hurricane Michael. I have found some truly great items such as vintage collectibles, real antiques, great designer apparel, designer linens from comforters to sheets and towels, even shoes, and many designer bags. Quality cookware, electronics, original artwork. Lately though, I haven't found nearly as much quality items, the customer base seems a little more on the less polite side and it takes a lot more digging to find anything that's not broken or missing a part. Also, be sure to use gloves as there can be broken pieces in the bins and it can get dirty.
    Candice
    @CandiceHall
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    It was crazy just everything thrown into big bends. No rhyme or reason to the method. Adventually found a pair of pants to fit me. It's by the pound for clothes so that was good.
    Susan
    @SusanDavis
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    If you haven't already this place is a must check out on your list. It's not everyone's taste but if you like thrift stores, garage sales, flea markets, antique shopping,, and 'picking' in general then you'll like going thru the 'bins'. Inventory is abundant right now. Everything you buy is weighed and bought by the lb. Which I think is 1.79 a lb. Not positive on that but it's right around there, under $2 lb. for sure. The one catch about shopping here... There's so much to dig thru and find that you gotta have a couple hours to spend in there. It's worth it. Nice employees also
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    Goodwill Outlet Pensacola

    Kids Allowed

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Accepts Cash and Card

    Restrooms Available

    Pay-Per Pound

    High Competition

    To confirm any rules and policies, make sure to give them a call.

    Want to know when the Pensacola, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Pensacola, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Vicky
    @VipChilders
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    Lot to say about this store. More about greed than good. A few months ago they said they were not going to sell shoes or DVDs/CDs and books anymore. Why? People go there to buy loads of shoes and Goodwill doesn't like that because some folks apparently make money off of reselling shoes and other stuff. Ridiculous. If you like broken junk, coffee mugs, plastic hangers, old glass vases and the like head on over. Goodwill doesn't like the reality that people come in to find stuff to resell and they seem to want to keep that stuff away from the customers.
    Felicity
    @felicityCharles
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    Be prepared to search thorough tables of clothes that are piled up on rolling tables. Stuff is in bins never know what you may find. They change bins and tables a couple times a day for more selection. You must be fast as a lot of people come tresure hunting. All sales are final so test electronic stuff. I love coming. Good to bring at least 10$
    Bunny
    @Bunny
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    You sometimes find good stuff. But most of it is grabbed up by a few individuals that are there all the time. The one lady who sits in the corner at the front of the store is aggressive and the man that comes with her is extremely aggressive. They will do whatever they can to block people when bins are coming out and usually stand way over the yellow line. You might as well forget it if they get to the bin before you. They will block you off and grab anything they can get their hands on. Usually shoes and handbags.
    Gretchen
    @GretchenGunderson
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    This is a review of the store based on my experience shopping there on 2/21/22. This is a very small store and there were 50 people in the store on this day. The store only changes two tables every 15-20 minutes. Sometimes the employees would tell shoppers to get behind a yellow line, but most times they didn’t and shoppers would stand anywhere while tables were brought out. Employees allowed the customers to literally run to the tables before the the tables were completely placed and locked. Slower shoppers were nearly ran over and pushed out of the way. A huge box of shoes was brought out and a few shoppers ripped the box up from the pallet and then were grabbing what they wanted and throwing shoes into another box. I’ve shopped here off and on for a few years. This is the worst I’ve ever seen this store. Not sure who is in charge, but that person needs to get a handle on how this store is allowed to operate. I’m surprised someone wasn’t hurt, trampled or involved in a fight. This place is not for the average bargain shopper.
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    Goodwill Bins Florida - Central Outlets

    Goodwill Outlet St. Petersburg

    Kids Allowed

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Accepts Cash and Card

    Restrooms Available

    Pay-Per Pound

    High Competition

    To confirm any rules and policies, make sure to give them a call.

    Want to know when the St. Petersburg, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the St. Petersburg, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Betty
    @PlantBasedBetty
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    I've been to many Goodwill outlets. This is by far the dirtiest. The locals are pretty ruthless. I'm just visiting St Petersburg and you really have to fight to get the good stuff. It's only $1.49 a pound. But their bins are the old square brown ones not the rectangle blue plastic ones. You really have to be in the mood to dig to enjoy the experience here.
    Cindy
    @CindyAnzino
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    At first I was impressed to see many workers on the floor. But they yell at customers and at each other way too much. The only polite employee was the male cashier that checked us out. The place is cramped and carts have to stay along walls. So be sure to bring a tote to put your finds in to carry to your cart. Very messy place. I'm visiting and I doubt I'll go back. I prefer the ones in Virginia. Much much more nicer and courteous.
    Cath
    @cathandphil
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    outlet store Good deal for resellers. i ended up paying $70 for 2 cart full of shoes and clothes. the bins are dirty,some stuff are not good. there is one cashier who is rude and always yell. anyway i still enjoyed digging on bins lol
    Bezel
    @BezelBrilliant
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    Not a bad place to find treasures but this place favors certain "resellers". They have pet favorites who "help" pull out the bins so they can see what's in the bins before everyone else. It's an unfair advantage. The workers allow it but then yell at everyone else trying to look before they shout out to line up and shop. Hard to get most decent items because of the unfairness.
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    Goodwill Outlet Ocala

    Goodwill Outlet and Goodwill bins thrift store in Ocala, Florida

    Kids Allowed

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Accepts Cash and Card

    Restrooms Available

    Pay-Per Pound

    To confirm any rules and policies, make sure to give them a call.

    Goodwill Bins Florida - Southern Outlets

    Goodwill Outlet Fort Myers

    Kids Allowed

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Accepts Cash and Card

    Restrooms Available

    Pay-Per Pound

    High Competition

    To confirm any rules and policies, make sure to give them a call.

    Want to know when the Fort Myers, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Fort Myers, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Jimi
    @JimiBush
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    This was a hard decision. On one hand this place deserves a 2, on the other a 5... Overall- You can find some AMAZING deals here. So.. the place is pretty dirty, and the majority of the customers are rude jerks too. The staff is lovely though. I don't envy them in the slightest having to deal with the public- especially this special little group of treasure hunters... If you are an artist and you need cheap canvas or frames. GO HERE! If you are a single mother needing inexpensive clothing for yourself and/or children. GO HERE! If you are looking to shop in the traditional sense with hangers and racks and organization... Don't go here. This is a treasure dig. Come with your breathing mask and safety gloves, but just keep digging. Let's put it this way... I bought an AUTHENTIC Louis Vuitton purse here for less than $1. Sometimes you just find real treasure here...
    Kelly
    @KellyRivera
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    Used to be good. We used to love going to this place. This isn't a regular Goodwill. Everything is piled in bins and you pay by the pound. Won't be going back anymore. Employees are very rude. Every 10-15 min they switch out the bins and the employees will scream and belittle anyone they choose to attack. There is one lady there that is worst than the rest by not just screaming and belittling customers but also by glaring and making faces.
    Michiko
    @MichikoB
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    This place is not for the faint of heart! Medical latex gloves might not be a bad idea, but with that said, I found some amazing deals. Almost everything is priced per pound. Some people here can get a little crazy and you only want to come here with friends who won't abandon you! This is not a regular Goodwill retail center.
    Yaneisy
    @YaneisysBoutqiue
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    I love this place only when the Haitians mobs aren't shopping. They push everyone and snatched everything before you can get to it. They also block bins so you can't walk through. Wish this place was a little cleaner hand sanitizer and gloves are a MUST We should also get a discount when purchasing 50 plus pounds like all other outlets I've been to.
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    Goodwill Outlet Fort Pierce

    Kids Allowed

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Accepts Cash and Card

    Restrooms Available

    Pay-Per Pound

    To confirm any rules and policies, make sure to give them a call.

    Want to know when the Fort Pierce, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Fort Pierce, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Ned
    @nvnusman
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    Hard to find: in far back of new multiuse biz park. Check small signs taped to wrong doors.Broadly organized, lots of clothing piled in bins so scavenger hunt time. Some large furniture The retail stores can't handle, other things mostly need a bit of rehabilitation before use. Much stock cheap and sold by the pound.
    Irene
    @IreneGinter
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    Love this place , find the coolest stuff you can make a ton of money reselling stuff . Must see to love
    Bethany
    @BethanyVictory
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    Would give it 5 stars because the prices are good and the employees are too... Except there is one problem - customers think this store is a playground and let their rambunctious children run amok amidst the broken glass and who-knows-what-else. Horrible parents letting children run around screeching at the top of their lungs and if you aren't watching them they'll come dig in your shopping cart. The employees are too scared to say anything to these awful parents and demon children. Perhaps they'd also not confront me if I were to punt one into a box of books.
    Shirley
    @ShirleySmith
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    Goodwill outlet is a thrifty,no telling what you may find, it gets a little crazy,but i enjoy shopping there,rather you are a collector,or an online merchant or if you are a resaler or just shopping for your personal need it's something for everyone one. The associate and warehouse workers are the best.
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    Goodwill Outlet Lake Worth

    No Kids Allowed

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Accepts Cash and Card

    Restrooms Available

    Pay-Per Pound

    To confirm any rules and policies, make sure to give them a call.

    Want to know when the Lake Worth, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Lake Worth, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Khat
    @KhatMcGurk
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    Dangerous: the regulars own the store because they stay all day and stampede new bins. Bedding is mixed with clothes- they won’t let you check out until you have 20 pounds of stuff. No kids allowed, A man yelled at me when I brought out my phone to call someone saying no pictures no video!, and if you don’t have on close toed shoes they will tell you to leave. People stand with their carts in the periphery all day and just load up cart after cart since you were not able to bring your cart into the bin area. Know The rules before you go.
    Ariel
    @ArielW
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    I was told they stopped putting merchandise out at around 2:30. For the best selection you want to get there when they open. That is when everyone will rush for the bins. Even though they had been picked over right off the bat I spotted a girls Lily Pulitzer dress. I ended up finding a London Fog coat, a White House Black Market dress, and another dress with the tags still on it. I went to check out and that is where I learned about the policy requiring you to purchase 10 pounds of clothes 1.99 a pound x 10 = $19.90 minimum. I went back and found a couple of purses, some more tops, and a denim jacket for my daughter. By that time they were closing and I try as I might I could not make it to 10 pounds.
    TJ
    @Teej
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    Stay for a few rotations to get good items. Aggressive regulars here, but mostly polite folks. It's true, the employees yell directives, but these customers are Aggressive even though the rules are clear "stay behind the red line!" One particular employee seems to enjoy the power. Just dropped by while in town. Did get Coach, Timberland, FitFlop, Lucky Brand, Disney, 2 rotations
    Sharon
    @SharonWeinberg
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    This is the filthiest, least organized outlet I've ever been to. There are employees on the floor so rude the returning customers keep an eye out for the mean guy. There is no organization to their bins like other outlets. And prices are not posted ( taped over), random. Customers are kept so far from new bonds to wait that the stampede when told to go is destined to lead to injury someday. This location needs some serious management intervention.
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    Goodwill Outlet Fort Lauderdale

    Kids Allowed

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Accepts Cash and Card

    Restrooms Available

    Pay-Per Pound

    To confirm any rules and policies, make sure to give them a call.

    Want to know when the Fort Lauderdale, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Fort Lauderdale, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Stephanie
    @FrontSquatAndFrontBulldogs
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    As a full time reseller of clothing, shopping at the bins is a must. I have procured merchandise from wholesalers online and been to regular thrift stores. I found our local bins store and headed over to see what it was all about. I was lucky to find a parking spot when I arrived at 9:45am. My suggestion is to bring in your own bags to fill. I found 62 items for $80. I was so happy with my finds, I went back the next day and picked up another 54 items. You will find new with tags, designer and great used mens, women's and children's clothing, toys and accessories. I cant see sourcing inventory any where else, other than the bins!
    Francie
    @FrancieNovo
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    I enjoy thrifting. I was actually overwhelmed when I arrived. I felt I was not part of the team because there were some experienced dumpster diving going on. I have never been to an outlet and I was totally a newbie and was asking too many questions of people who were like professional dumpster divers. I ended up with a great find for the first time. 5 beanie babies. Sad they didn’t have tags on them but still a fun find. The Halo Bear with the brown nose sells for $16,000-20,000 online with the tag. Without tags $160-170 for for me paying 2.05 for five beanie babies was definitely fun. I do warn you be careful with the group that visits here. They were like out of a Mad Max Movie sounds, grunting, and tossing stuff, no one made eye contact and I do have to mention the staff especially the person in the front. Her smile and nicest made up for the scary people eager to find the hidden treasures. I purchased the bag which was actually 1.59 extra. Fun place bring hand sanitizer thou and get ready to pull and grab fast.
    Gee
    @Gee
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    This place is great if you’re a goodwill hunter. It takes work to find the goods so if your not into sifting through piles of clothes and items, then this is not the place for your. They have some sort of organization, carts to stay by the walls so they are not in the way and people have to wait until all the bins have be accommodated before they can begin looking through everything. They do need to get more carts, seems like they’re are never enough carts, and you have to follow costumers when they leave to get a cart which is quite annoying. Clothing is by the pound so your finds turn out to be relatively cheap. The only negative that I saw is that prices for items is based on the judgment of the cashier and that is quite unfair.
    Monique
    @MoniqueC
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    I had a much better experience here than I did at the Lake Worth location. The staff is friendly and the atmosphere is calmer overall. My only complaint is that some customers are allowed to grab arms full of clothing when the bins come out and dump them in their carts to sift through only to throw back the items they don’t want. I don’t think this makes it fair for everyone. I would recommend this location and will return. Just make sure you come prepared.
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    Goodwill Outlet Miami

    Restrooms Not Available

    Kids Allowed

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Accepts Cash and Card

    Pay-Per Pound

    To confirm any rules and policies, make sure to give them a call.

    Want to know when the Miami, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Miami, FL Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Carlos
    @CarlosH
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    Very big wearhouse. No AC but does have large ceiling fans, still hot af. Lots of clothes but everything else not so much. They close mid day at 220pm for 30-60 mins. Even has lots of shopping carts. Staff are tough but nice. Shoppers are rude. Area is ghetto. Overall I like cause its so big and cheap. $2/lbs
    Kelly
    @KFarrell
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    Have you ever watched a YouTube video or read a review that lead you to want to try a place? Well that is my story with Goodwill Outlet! I have seen so many YouTube goodwill outlet hauls where people find amazing items for very low prices. I put on my gloves and started digging. This did not last very long. I think I checked out a total of about -9 bins and I was over it. Most of the items appear to be junk! I don’t know what the secret sauce is to actually find good items, but I don’t think I will ever find out! This experience was a bit overwhelming for me! I love a good deal, but I just don’t know that I love a deal so much that I am willing to dig through mostly junk to find a few slightly better than junk items . If this is something you don’t mind- knock yourself out!! Happy treasure hunting!
    Sunny
    @SunnyWilkerson
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    This is my favorite store! I go every chance I get. My closet is filled with clothes from here, and sometimes I’ll get lucky and find some cute little knickknacks as well. Some people turn their nose up at places like this because you have to ‘get your hands dirty’ digging for stuff, but I think it’s fun! Just take some Purell and you’ll be fine. 🙂 It’s also easy to get to from the train, just get off at Santa Clara and walk less than a mile. I’m going again today!
    Anthony
    @AnthonyGutierrez
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    Good for clothes but electronics are overpriced and no returns if it doesn’t work. DVD and VHS players are $10 and don’t work half the time.
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