Goodwill Bins Minnesota Store Locations

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Goodwill Outlets In Minnesota

There are a total of 3 Goodwill Outlets, or Goodwill Bins, located in Minnesota.

If you like to thrift and rummage for the chance to find treasure for a bargain, visit a Goodwill Outlet where all the merchandise is charged by the pound. Come early and remember to come prepared with a large shopping bag, because people will be competing for the great deals at the Goodwill outlet.

Just as a warning, there are plenty of resellers and flippers that regularly shop at these outlets and bins. Many Goodwill Outlets will have specific rules and policies to prevent chaos. Look out for any policies that are specific to the outlet you’re shopping at.

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 Minnesota

    Goodwill Outlet Brooklyn Park

    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 Brooklyn Park, MN Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Brooklyn Park, MN Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Amber
    @AmberS
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    I love going here! But not many people do... Here's why: it's affectionately referred too by my friends as "The Dig". Everything is placed into big bins on wheels and you go in, take a cart, and literally start digging! You find something you potentially want and put it in your cart. Once you have a bunch of stuff on your cart, go through it, decide what you REALLY want, toss what you don't want back, and if you want to continue digging, go for it. They roll out new bins about every 20 minutes or so. And it's EXCITING!Stop digging when you like. The pricing is by the pound and per item. (Less than $1.50 on both- I can't recall right now!) 90% of the items are in excellent condition, and I've found tons of name brand clothing (I haven't really looked in the housewares or furniture yet, but I've heard of and seen some people get amazing items for SUPER cheap) I did find a gold and silver heart pendant with a diamond in it on a silver chain in a velvet bag hiding one of the clothing bins. You never know what will be in there! If you're looking for specific items or you want a quick shopping stop, this isn't your place. If you like the excitement of the unknown, go here. You won't be disappointed.
    Amy
    @AmySysaath
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    Those people line up and wait for the bins to be replenished every 15 mins or so then keep digging. Bags are $4 each. Which seems steep. Staff are friendly. You may be able to find something good at a great deal but the overwhelming amount Of aggressive customers on a Tuesday morning are a deterrent. Esp Since several don’t wear a mask.
    Jade
    @JadeTolbert
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    I used to love shopping here but the price per pound went up. I also find it funny, with all the donated furniture they receive, they only put out the very dated junk furniture that should be in a dumpster. And if you're looking for personal shopping space, not gonna happen so bring patience, you'll need it because employees don't enforce social distancing with follow through for those who disregard it, rudely. Customers who aren't willing to follow the rules should be asked to leave.
    Roxanne
    @RoxanneMolskness
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    Treasure hunters delight, the rest of us be warned. I’m not sure how to rate this place. I did miraculously find what I was looking for and it was basically free so I think there are gems to be found here. The problem is you have to be willing to wade through huge vats of junk to find them. Keep in mind a few things: this is the place for goodwill items that didn’t sell at the regular stores but it is also a drop site so nicer items do come in, %off coupons aren’t accepted here, clothing and small household are sold by the pound, glass and dinnerware are .29 each so some potential deals there, give yourself plenty of time to dig around and checkout lines can be slow, and bring hand sanitizer.
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    Goodwill Outlet St. Paul

    Wheelchair Accessible

    Kids Allowed

    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 St. Paul, MN Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the St. Paul, MN Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Kierah
    @KierahJones
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    Honestly my first time going there wasn’t that bad.DONT LET THE BAD COMMENTS DISCOURAGE YOU!!i will say it might just depend on what time you go there I went around 4 and it wasn’t 2 crowded so I found lots of good clothes that fit my style (senior in highschool) but I will say MAKE SURE YOU BRING MASKS AND GLOVES AND YOUR OWN BAGS WHEN ITS TIME TO CHECKOUT!!(sorta like Aldi but you can’t buy bags you have to bring your own)When me and my friend went to checkout there wasn’t a line at all and everything costed 20.17$ altogether (2 jackets,3 pairs of jeans,2 tank tops, 1 shirt and one New York hat). ( her stuff was like 6.23$ I forgot what she got) luckily I had brought some Walmart bags so I didn’t have to carry the stuff I bought in my bare hands.Now as far as staff I didn’t have a problem at all and when me and my friend were about to leave there was this old lady that couldn’t find her keys so the employees went out of their way to go to her car in another parking lot to find them I wish I had got their names.Now I will say the place is dirty and they had flies everywhere but what do you expect at a place that sells used goods.Overall experience 10/10
    Zach
    @ZachFisk
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    The management at this location is the worst I’ve seen. Period. If I could rate negative stars I would. They don’t do anything and the only one that does, the red headed lady, is constantly abusing her power. Today she dumped out a ladies cart, who just for a second walked away from it. The cart had her purse and winter jacket inside of it and they would not let her get her personals back. The poor lady had to walk home in a literal blizzard without her jacket! I’ve been to MANY Goodwill Outlets all across the country, around 20 different locations, and none of them have treated me or fellow shoppers quite like this one. I’ve been a loyal customer, coming to this location specifically for 6 years now, and these past few months have been HORRENDOUS. The floor manager loves to lay down the law and treats the customers as if they are a problem she has to deal with.
    Drea
    @DreaM
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    5 months ago Have found Patagonia jackets and paid less than $2. My kids love bringing their $5 from grandma and budgeting their purchases. I highly recommend this place. 🙂
    Jay
    JPalmer
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    Has potential, but many of the regular customers are very aggressive and dominate the space not allowing others to sort through the bins before they push and shove, and basically grab everything they can from right in front of you! Terrible experience! The staff are more concerned with the “yellow line” than kicking out pushy, rude, and aggressive regulars!!
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    Goodwill Outlet Chaska

    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 Chaska, MN Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Chaska, MN Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    She
    @SheGamePlays
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    Boy this this place have horrible reviews!! y’all kinda made me scared to go here 😹. With that being said, I had an amazing experience here. The bins are definitely a hit or miss but that’s just the way goodwill outlets are. I got a tote bag full of clothes for only 12$ . Unlike the reviews, I had no problem with customer service or shopping carts or anything like that. Just go and do what you need to do and you most likely won’t run into any problems. Only thing I would recommend is going earlier in the day because I was told they stop restocking the bins at 4:00pm and after they stop restocking it’s hard to find anything you like. I would recommend you go here, chaska is a nice chill place to go thrifting. (I think I like the Brooklyn center location a little more though)
    Piggy
    @PiggyPorkchop
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    Easily the worst goodwill I've ever been to confused why it exists at all. I went when there was very few customers the handful of staff I talked to were pretty polite which given how well... Awful the customers are was very surprised. Everything and I mean that laterally EVERYTHING was just complete trash very dirty clothes and the customers were scrambling to buy these sometimes visibly dirty clothes and even hats like they've never seen clothes in their lives. The Chaska regular goodwill is very close by a million times better.
    Shawn
    @HSBramanti
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    The wholesale warehouses are a hit or miss sort of an experience. The products come out in these big blue plastic boats and you can dig through them looking for stuff you might want to buy. There is a good sized crowd in there and everybody does not care about rules so it can get kind of wild. I personally like polite behavior. That being said, Chaska is better than Brooklyn Park.
    Matthew
    @MatthewBrown
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    I went on a Sunday afternoon and it was not at all like the negative reviews I read about. It was busy but everyone was courteous and nice. Noticed a few reseller's and the items seemed to be picked thru. I need to find the best time to go for new stock.
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