Goodwill Bins Ohio Store Locations

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Goodwill Outlets

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Goodwill Outlets In Ohio

There are a total of 4 Goodwill Outlets, or Goodwill Bins, in Ohio.

In 2022, the Goodwill Outlet store located on 10596 Springfield Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45215 became temporarily closed due to a lack of staff. Since it’s been closed for a few months, we left this location out of this list.

What is Goodwill Outlet?

If you’re new to shopping at a Goodwill Outlet, it’s different than your typical Goodwill thrift store. Imagine a warehouse full of large blue bins that are filled with piles of clothes and other merchandise.

The reason for it’s popularity is the pricing. Everything is charged by the pound, which gives you the opportunity to find designer brands and expensive products for cheap.

But this also means you’re competing with frequent re-sellers and flippers that can get highly competitive when new bins, full of fresh merchandise, get rotated into the room

With more re-sellers and vintage collectors than ever before, make sure to come prepared early in the morning with a set of gloves and a large shopping bag, as the Goodwill carts may go quickly. 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.

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 Ohio

    Goodwill Outlet Akron

    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 Akron, OH Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Akron, OH Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Sarah
    @NodMyHead
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    This outlet is leagues better than the canton one if only because the shoppers are not trying to cut throat each other. I saw people asking if they needed things when new bins came out instead of hoarding everything in there carts to price it later on there phones. You won't find the best stuff but it's not all bad and mostly more chill.
    Amber
    @AmberLynn
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    Fairly large store 'split' into two stores: The Outlet is to the left, in which items are in very large bins and slightly chaotic//overwhelming but items are charged collectively BY THE POUND! Only place I've ever seen do this! The other side has items individually priced, things on display and clothing hung on racks as you'd see in basically every other Goodwill store! Excellent cashiers//customer service within the establishment, super friendly & helpful.
    Steve
    @SteveMauney
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    I traveled to this location from Over an hour away on 10/10; it was well worth the drive. Every employee I came in contact with was friendly; the prices were great. I thought the bins were clean and orderly I got many items that were new with tags, so many awesome finds. Would definitely go again.
    Lala
    @LalaSmith
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    I love this goodwill. I found gold at this location! I find the best stuff here. You really have to look! People stuff things in the wrong places. I love searching the store high and low. I find the best stuff. The outlet side is pretty amazing! I found a name brand backpack In the bins awhile ago. I found so many cool stuff it’s insane. I do agree the prices are higher than they use to be but it’s still cheap definitely the toys.
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    Goodwill Outlet Marion

    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. 

    Shane
    @shanedailey
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    Nice place but it adds up fast lol and bring a bag
    Amy
    @amyhanna
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    Been very disappointed in stock at all the local Marion Goodwill stores. I have been a loyal Goodwill shopper for years and with talking to people found that everything worth anything or decent isn't going to the stores for people to actually buy, it goes to online store to auction off. These items are donated for other people who can't afford them to be able to afford. All I see is corporate GREED going on....the CEO of Goodwills a non-profit organization brings in one of the largest incomes in the nation. Absolutely ridiculous!!!!!
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    Goodwill Outlet Canton

    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 Canton, OH Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Canton, OH Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Anthony
    @AnthonyCorso
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    Don't let the people giving low ratings discourage you from coming. Yes, most of the stuff you're sorting through is destined for recycling/trash, BUT there is a lot of good stuff. You just have to be willing to dig. 16 new bins come out EVERY HOUR. There really is something for everyone. Is it dirty? Yes. Is it unorganized? Yes. Is it crowded? Sometimes, yes. BUT... It's fun. And you really can find good stuff if you're willing to spend time going through every bin. Make the trip!
    Virginia
    @VirginiaMoore
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    Was in today hoping to find a treasure and as it has been for quite some time now the same young people were there there are about a dozen give or take young people that are there no matter what time of the day they push shove take things out of your hands run and are generally disrespectful to everyone looks like that store is going down hill quickly and don't think I will be patronizing it any longer as many others have stopped too
    Evan
    @EvanPeterson
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    Can be good but there's a huge group of individuals that I see almost every week I come in that would sometimes crowd the door and make it hard sometimes to get in and out. Also seen elderly people get nearly trampled when we are allowed to see the new bins. If they would fix that issue and maybe get some more items besides clothing, I'll rate higher.
    Martin
    @BMartin
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    OMG. Thrifting at it's best. Shallow bins fill the store and are very loosely categorized- clothes, shoes, electrical things, etc. You grab a cart, dig away for buried treasure, and fill it up. Pay by the pound for most things except books and media. They routinely clear the floor of people, rotate the bins, and then it's a mad dash to the freshie. I could spend all day there.
    Michael
    @MichaelDorsey
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    Madhouse say what when they change those bins out keep your hands inside the ride at all times. Some people straight savage. Better get the good before someone else does. Tons of fun!!!!
    Isaac
    @IsaacSell
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    Updated review. I went back some more times after my initial few trips. The regulars who go daily have only gotten worse. If you want items with any bit of value don’t bother. They constantly wait and block out people from getting to the new drop. I’ve seen them rip items out of the hands of people next to the them. They will move people out of the way to get to a specific bin. Enjoy looking personally but it’s impossible to not get very frustrated after watching them. Worth going if you get lucky and their group of 13 people isn’t there.
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    Goodwill Outlet Columbus

    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 Columbus, OH Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Columbus, OH Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    James
    @JamesWallace
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    This was an interesting experience, one side of this huge store is "retail" and the other "outlet", which is the side I chose. Few carts seem to be available so I suggest you bring your own bag box or tote to fill up and be weighed for pricing. 1.89$ a lb, when I visited. Things are grouped together in large shallow bins, clothing, shoes, books, and housewares aka everything else. You are free to rummage through things and if you stay long enough you'll witness a massing crowd as they switch out bins of things. Could be a Saturday thing..idk. The place could use a good cleaning as compared to other goodwill locations. Did not visit the retail side yet..
    Ted
    @TedDavis
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    I am an expert bargain shopper in found very few items that were very good economy. Everything is priced by the pound. Books are $0.59 a pound clothing is a dollar 49 a pound and miscellaneous items are a dollar 59 a pound. I found some thin music instruction books that were very good economy. I bought some brand new with tag shorts for the children but we're in bargain compared to the retail price. I bought a brand new DVD for $0.35. There are much better deals in the world of thrift then this place. However, it is worth experiencing at least once. Some of the regular shoppers are used gloves to sort through the bins. There is no rhyme or reason or true organization to anything there. the books are separated from the shoes and the shoes separated from the clothes. So you basically put your cart around on going on a digging expedition.
    Sherry
    @SherryLynnWolford
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    First time going here and I will definitely be back. I found some really great items for practically nothing. It's not like other thrift stores where you search the racks and pay for it at the register. This place you go in grab a cart and you search through bins until you find however many items you like and then when you're ready to pay you take it up to the register and instead of paying per item they weigh all of your items together on a scale and you pay per pound. I was a little taken aback when I first walked in the door but once I started looking through the bins it changed my mind about the place. The only complaint I have is the noise. It is so loud in that place from the employees in the back of the store that it's a little nerve-racking but considering the items I went home with that day I think I can overlook that. I 100% recommend this place.
    Franky
    @FrankyBaby
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    Yes they did have a few good things that you can get a great deal on but here's the thing. They have one side that is the retail side set up like the store which is decent and somewhat clean but the other side where you pay for stuff by the pound is the most heinous thing I've ever seen. You might go there looking to pick up a great deal you might leave with having picked up a disease. The bathroom had no soap and was disgusting and the actual place where you look through old junk was super dirty they had no hand sanitizer throughout the whole place. If you go here stick to the retail side.
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    Goodwill Outlet Dayton

    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 Dayton, OH Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Dayton, OH Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Amanda
    @AmandaGarrison
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    Not one of the best Goodwill Outlets that I've been to. They do rotations fairly frequently but when they bring the new bins out there is so little in them. You can find ok clothes here but definitely not designer brands and really not even a ton of name brands. Most were boutique brands or discount department store brands.
    Elizabeth
    @ElizabethMann
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    So very much vulture environment. There are people literally just sitting in chairs at the shoe bins doing nothing.... why? A grown woman was making bead necklaces sitting on a chair right in the aisle... this was just all so odd.. wasn't able to look at the shoes very well since everyone wants to camp there. Review remains at 3/5 Very underwhelming experience. Maybe I just wasn't there at a good time. Got a few things and price for it all wasn't bad at all but of everything I only found the few things. Some of the bins are kinda gross just to dig through literal junk.
    Dionne
    @DionneGrayson
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    LOL. I was so ready for this to be way more chaotic that it was. I found a some clothes to practice sewing. There was lots of vinyl and an upright piano (fully functional - all keys working and clear) for $30. Lots of furniture and non-clothes items.
    Slinky
    @SlinkyMoon
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    I love deals. But bring gloves. I cut my finger on glass I spoke with management to clean up the blood. Management was rude and defensive. It's not a lawsuit lady..i needed paper towels for the blood drops in the bins and i was told they would review the tape. Cool but how about cleaning up since you cant get papertowels for me.
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