Goodwill Bins Texas Store Locations

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Goodwill Outlets

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Goodwill Outlets In Texas

There are a total of 12 Goodwill Outlets, or Goodwill Bins, located in Texas.

Texas makes the list for one of the best places to thrift and find valuable items for cheap. Are you a treasure hunter looking to find expensive clothes, electronics, toys and more, for cheap? Then you definitely need to try shopping at the Goodwill Outlet.

What are Goodwill Outlets?

Imagine you enter a large warehouse with dozens of large blue plastic bins full of unsorted merchandise. Everything is charged by the pound, giving you the chance to rummage through unorganized goods to find the most valuable items. When you get rung up, you’re charged a fraction of the retail price.

This is obviously a wonderland for rummagers, but it also attracts all types of shoppers. Re-sellers and flippers frequent these places because of how good of a sourcing opportunity it presents on a daily basis. New bins, full of fresh merchandise, are rotated into these outlet stores every single day. If you want a less competitive shopping experience, it’s recommended to arrive a few hours after the store opens.

But if you don’t fear the competition, or are a competitive shopper or flipper yourself, you can join the fray. If this is you, here are some tips:

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 Texas

    Goodwill Outlet Fort Worth

    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. 

    Mark
    @MarkDavison
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    First time visiting here, and I'm not sure what to make of it. You pay by the pound instead of per item. The customers you encounter are much like piranhas, or vultures. They post up on one end of the sales floor waiting for new bins to be rolled out. When that happens, they all rush to bins, and start shoveling anything and everything into storage containers. Then they shuffle back over to a corner and rifle through everything they just got, putting back anything they don't want. Be expecting to get cussed at. Ok items I guess. Seems mostly like stuff they wouldn't waste their time selling in the typical Goodwill.
    Glitters
    @GlittersGold
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    I go here multiple times a month. People come for different reasons. Some are people with family in other countries who want to get a bunch of clothes and shoes cheap to send back to their country to their families. Some people are there to get the good stuff and sell it locally or online. Some people are there shopping for themselves and just looking for a good deal. There's enough for everyone and the hunt is so fun. The donations are either pulled right off of the floor at Goodwill because they didn't sell or donations that have never been sorted at all so yeah it can get a bit gross because some people really do donate dirty clothes and shoes and things that are just complete trash so if you're sensitive then I recommend wearing gloves but for the most part it's fine. The employees are nice as long as you follow the rules. A lot of things I hear them say to customers would get them fired in any other retail job but alas this is the Goodwill Outlet, not Nordstrom. The expectation of professionalism should be the same but it's not. They're not your typical retail employees so don't expect them to welcome you, ask if you need help, or even really smile at you. Follow the rules to stay off their radar. Break the rules and they will not hesitate to yell at you in front of everyone. I see staff lay into people for breaking the rules literally every time I come here. This isn't your typical store so walk in with that in mind. Don't put your hands in the new bins they bring out until the staff says you can. Don't sit on the bins. Don't leave your children unattended or let them run around. Don't block the bathrooms, water fountain, employee break room, or emergency exits with your body or your cart. One cart per person.
    An
    @Ann
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    Introduced my cousin to this place and we both had a great time. The place is not as clean as other goodwill outlets but it was still fun and found some cool things. The downside was the group of people that hang out by the walls and especially ones basically blocking the bathrooms... also found them to be more aggressive when the new bins come out. I know its whoever gets the item first but the few times we went there and them being there the entire time with multiple carts is annoying. Otherwise friendly staff. Thank you
    Brit
    @BritHull
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    If you have time and don't mind sweating a bunch then this is the place to get the best deals! It can be a bit overwhelming at first but stick to it and you will find some great diamonds in the rough. It's best to take cash as well. I would set a side at least one hour to get a good trip in.
    Mario
    @MarioAlmada
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    I like the prices here and the hunt. The staff is great. The only downside is those rude people that block the restrooms and act like they live there. Bring gloves and a mask. When the bins come out its go time( just don't lose an arm). Also I would advise not to take your kids. It gets hectic.
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    Goodwill Outlet Dallas

    Kids Not 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 Dallas, TX Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Dallas, TX Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Jenny
    @JennyBobadilla
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    I like this location so I am willing to drive 35 minutes away for the good deals on the outlet section, however I feel like the store is over-priced- as are all the Dallas Goodwills (I am a frequent thrifter and these prices are too high comparatively). I don't like how they make you wait in one side while they put out new stuff- but I suppose that is a logistics problem. There are many very serious deal hunters ready to rush in and take over space to grab the best things fast. I don't care for this race, but the employees are nice and the deals can be good.
    Samuel
    @SamuelWood
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    This review is strictly for the outlet side. One of the absolute worst outlets that I have been to and the only outlet that I’ve been to that makes you keep your cart with you at all times causing serious issues. They usually only rotate 1 row of bins at a time and expect the whole store of 40 people or more and their baskets to be able to get to a bin! They lock trap you into one side while they rotate these bins and always switch up where they are going to let you “out” it ends up being so chaotic and dangerous. They have no consistency in anything they do! Not sure why they can’t rotate bins more often when they consistently have 4 people just standing around up front. They say they have the gates to trap us in for their safety, but really they are the ones creating more issue for everyone. When they first opened and had the guy manager they let you wait around and leave your baskets along the way (like every other location does) and it was much simpler. Now they have the lady that likes to scream at everyone like children and has created an unsafe chaotic environment. Something really needs to be done about their processes. They have a huge warehouse full of items and they only put out so much every couple of hour or more! Ft. Worth, Houston, Austin, Waco, Denver they rotate about every 20-30 minutes several rows at a time!
    Nikki
    @NikkiGriffith
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    Just a warning for moms kids are not allowed in the outlet store. I tried to bring in my child in with me and was told to leave. Should put that on their site so people don’t waste their drive.
    Mikael
    @MikaelHenderson
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    I found some really great clothing and ikea dishware for the low. P.S. I also copped a pair of damn near never worn ASICS for $1 in the bins. Definitely worth a visit if you have time to sift through heaps of miscellaneous items for a few hrs.
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    Goodwill Outlet Austin - Burleson Rd

    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 Austin, TX (Burleson) Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Austin, TX (Burleson) Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Madhu
    @MadhuSingh
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    I always find something good here--and a lot of the time, it's something new in original packaging. Avoid the weekends if you want to take your time and actually get a cart (though I haven't been able to get a cart in the past month or two). Yes of course things will be dirty, just wear gloves and be prepared to dig. This is the first place I go when I need a certain type of fabric for tablecloths/reupholstering/blankets/etc. You can also find tables and stools and small furniture in pretty good condition. Go for a browse and get creative! Things I've found: an 8x10 jute rug, a Free People dress, brand new tassel yellow pillow case & insert, butcher block cutting board, and still-wrapped IKEA shelves
    Lolly
    @LollyB
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    Ugh, this used to be a great place to shop but it’s impossible to get a basket now. People come early and take 4-6 baskets and sit with them all day. There should be a limit on how many baskets each person is allowed or they need to invest in more baskets. There is no way to spend money if you can’t shop. They are losing money from shoppers that actually want to purchase the items in their cart. No basket, no money spent.
    Dave
    @DB
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    Ok people if you are a thrift store shopper this is definitely for you!!! It is crazy in there so wearing a mask and gloves are very important don’t take your children not safe for them! Have fun and wash everything before it enters your home or store!!
    Lisa
    @LisaOttinger
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    This location shows favouritism to resellers. Rather than making sure that all customers have shopping cart availability they allow the resellers to take and fill up shopping carts line them up along a backwall and do nothing about the fac that they have other customers in the building. This should not be allowed. One shopping cart per family is what it should be. There should not Is the shopping cart stacked along a wall full of merchandise. If these people really want the merchandise they should be purchasing it and taking it to their vehicle. By allowing the reseller to keep shopping carts you make them unavailable to others. You then have customers who much carry their items in their arms. This is not fair. The management of this location should stop this immediately. Stop allowing resellers to take over the store. I was highly disappointed in this location.
    Alex
    @AlexBojorquez
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    I accidentally found this place and got some cool stuff but as a first timer, I didn’t know that there are entire FAMILIES that will run you over and scatter to the bins like roaches. I also found some items in a cart but it turned out to be someone’s stuff and the guy got all mad and in my face about it but nowhere does it say that the 30 carts lined up along the sides are items that are taken already they really need to get that under control
    Blue
    @Bluehorse1
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    The prices at goodwill bins is so reasonable, but with that being said, we really like going to south Austin location they seem to have some rules for shopping. We have never had a basket when we go, baskets are all taken buy resellers that park baskets up against walls . Keep in mind when you visit , I would wear gloves and a mask, because people are to close when you are looking, no social distancing unless you do it yourself . Be careful if you take a child looking in bins, we came across broken glass because people dig through bins and are not carful when handing things. The employees are very nice.
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    Goodwill Outlet Austin - Scarbrough Dr

    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.

    Katie
    @KatieTaylor
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    Great place if you like to dig for treasures in the bins! I can easily spend 4 hours in here and feel like I've been there for 1 hour. You will find something for everyone. Books, jewelry, dishes, blankets and sheets, car mats and wiper blades, shoes, jackets, furniture, well you get the idea, I won't list anymore lol but the list goes on and on. You pay by the pound for clothing and large items are usually a set price like $4.99 or something reasonable like that. You will always get a good deal here. The staff ladies at the registers are super nice and welcoming, always greeting you with a smile and kind word. If you are on a budget, this is the place to go.
    Lisa
    @LisaOttinger
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    This location is just like the one in South Austin it also shows favouritism to resellers. Rather than making sure that all customers have shopping cart availability they allow the resellers to take and fill up shopping carts line them up along a backwall and do nothing about the fac that they have other customers in the building. This should not be allowed. One shopping cart per family is what it should be. There should not Is the shopping cart stacked along a wall full of merchandise. If these people really want the merchandise they should be purchasing it and taking it to their vehicle. By allowing the reseller to keep shopping carts you make them unavailable to others. You then have customers who much carry their items in their arms. This is not fair.
    Yesenia
    @YeseniaL
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    I love it. I will admit it’s an addiction! The staff is super nice and helpful! Have been there like 8 times now and I’ve never had a negative experience! And the deals are 🔥, you have to dig but they definitely have some great stuff!
    Mike
    @MM
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    I checked this place out a few weeks ago. It was my first time there and it was pretty overwhelming! The resellers there are crazy and hoard all of the carts! They run and crowd the bins like cows. It’s funny to watch them go crazy, all I did was laugh! I did come home with some fun things. I was lucky to get one cart towards the end of my shopping trip! If management is reading it really isn’t fair that other people get to hoard all of the carts!
    Isaac
    @IsaacFelicia
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    A friend and I came here to check out the deals. I’ve been to an Amazon-returns-bin-craziness- that was exciting fun, and the people running the store were awesome to talk to and helpful. THIS PLACE was the lowest of the lows!! I love a good deal. I love thrift shopping. When I go out of town, I probably will go thrift shopping. And some places aren’t the prettiest nor cleanest. But this place felt like there was some sickness going around. When we first looked through the windows we were wide eyed by the mania. When we walked in, your view is carts upon carts filled to the brim with stuff, lined up against the wall, with someone guarding the cart. Then you have runners, going to and fro looking for stuff. We watched one lady just pick up a pair of pants laying in a bin, without looking at them, searching for the size. I mention this because it felt like a scavenger hunt in a dump. I tried to give it a shot and looked around even more but it felt like we were in a trash can so we left and felt disgusting afterwards. Who knows, maybe there was an insane deal that day or something but I’m never going in there again
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    Goodwill Outlet San Antonio

    Kids Not Allowed (15 Years And Under)

    Gloves Required

    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 San Antonio, TX Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the San Antonio, TX Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Ana
    @AnaBrujas
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    BRING RUBBER GLOVES!!! Do you really have what it takes to be a true treasure hunter? How about a second hand shop keeper? This is the Ultimate Ninja Games of the second hand economy. Come... see what marvels you can uncover from the giant blue bins that are rolled out by the staff. You will wait on the edge of your toes as fresh blue bins are rolled out. Like a kid hope up on pixie stix awaiting their turn on a new round of Duck Duck Gose... you dont want to miss these bins. Speed walk, dodge, dig and goble up as much stuff as you can carry in 3 minutes before you can bring in reinforcements with a buddy and a beat up shopping cart. It's real life HUNGRY HUNGRY HIPPOS!!! Must go just for the experience. Tons of fun!!! Jokes a side.. im aware for some folks this is their lifelyhood. Im not making fun, I do enjoy going to places like these to find trasures of my own. I also get to meet folks of all walks of life in places like these. We all have our reasons for being there. FYI please pay attention to the staff and listen to their instructions. They are doing their best to make sure it is a good experience for everyone. Do not be mean or get violent with other folks...it will get you banned from the store. Just be nice and have fun. You will not be allowed to stay without gloves. Make sure you bring them. With some patience, and TLC you can find some nice stuff here. Keep your eyes open. Its part of the hunt experience.
    Taylor
    @TaylorGarcia
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    Very rude employees! Would not let us enter because I had my children?! This is ridiculous. My kids and I love thrifting and for them to say we couldn’t was so insane to me. I do not recommend at all. The also charge you for gloves and you can’t shop unless you have gloves.!
    Peggy
    @DorothyKayePeggyWorester
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    You are required to wear gloves to shop and they will sell you a pair for a $1.99 if you forget and children are not permitted inside. The entire store consists of large bins on wheels lined up in rows and they're just piled high with random stuff. There is no organization so you have to dig through the bins to find your little treasures which is why you have to wear the gloves. Since people are digging through the bins fragile glass items tend to get broken. There are no prices on items. You pay by the pound. I believe it is $1.69 per pound however any item weighing more than 5 or 7 pounds (I can't remember exactly) is $5.00 if I remember correctly. They will weigh your shopping cart containing your items, then deduct the weight of the shopping cart to give your amount in pounds which is then multiplied by the price per pound for your total. They are open from 9 am to 5 pm every day. I've been three times now and have found wonderful items for very little money but I've spent at least two hours each trip digging through what looks like piled of trash. It was quite busy every visit. After speaking with a few customers I believe many people are shopping for inventory they turn around and sell on ebay or at flea markets.
    Julie
    @JulieFelton
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    I was there 10 minutes till opening. About 20 people in line. I was worried I wouldn't get a cart after reading reviews but there were plenty of carts available for the four and a half hours I was there. A big group of the people there do run for the bins and tear through them like animals. I went behind them and picked through carefully and still found tons of great brands like Ralph Lauren, Lucky, Converse, and Levi. I'll definitely go back. Glad I had gloves. They were really dirty when I was done.
    X
    @XY
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    I go every couple weeks and don’t take this as serious as some other people who go religiously and sit there the whole day. Don’t like the part when everyone sits and waits until new bins are rolled in and everyone rushes and grabs ish like crazy. Animal vibes. The problem is you gotta hustle if you’re not smart and don’t have brand knowledge and just look for Louis bags or Nike. But that’s when I come in and take the good items others miss. For example today found a Stephen Dweck necklace that sold on eBay for $650, Ferragamo loafers, a Shamask linen coat etc. My advice is look through everything carefully and don’t hesitate to look up brands you don’t know- most likely you’re missing out just buying mainstream brands.
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    Goodwill Outlet Houston - North Sam Houston

    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 Houston, TX (N Sam Houston) Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Houston, TX (N Sam Houston) Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Jeanet
    @JeanetAyala
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    I recommend it? Yes, but you have to go with patience to search... if you have many things that are not really useful but searching if you can find things of interest to you... clothes and shoes cost 2.19 a pound and toys, decoration and bags cost 1.19
    Jay
    @JMan
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    FYI: an outlet type store, items sold by the pound, weighed when you check out. Lots of stuff in huge rolling tubs to dig thru. Also has a used computer, all sorts of electronics room adjacent to main store. Bargains galore; truly worth a visit.
    Carla
    @CarlaRios
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    I went here yesterday i found alot of good things but they charge per pound they make you put the cart with the stuff in it and weight everything which it makes it so expensive they were charging me 150 dlls for my cart i am sure they don't even take out the weight of the cart. I had to leave alot of things since I wanted them to resell and it wasn't going to be worth it. I am honestly never going back I prefer to go to a yard sale or other place where I can find the same things for less. You also spend so much time by having to search for things in the bins. When I went they were putting "new" items in and people would run and grab everything didn't care if they would push.
    Richard
    @RichardColbert
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    This store is terrible. Their merchandise is dirty or worned out. Terrible manager as well. Clerk behind the cash register was upset that I bought some shoes that she was trying to hide for herself, so she bumped up the price. I should have left them, because the bebe heels fell apart when I got home. Dry rotted!!! I will never go to this outlet again.
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    Goodwill Outlet Houston - Long Point

    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 Houston, TX (Long Point) Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Houston, TX (Long Point) Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Rod
    @RodKeels
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    This is a Goodwill Outlet Store. It's the end of the line for merrchandise that doesn't sell at Goodwill Select Stores. I visited the store at 3:00 on a Monday afternoon. The place was a madhouse. Clothing is dumped into long bins and 100 people are picking through it at the same time. If you have a large family, are on a limited budget and have patience this is a great place to pick up bargains.
    Jeanmarie
    @JeanmarieAyala
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    I visited the store for the first time today I was able to find some shirts in good condition but let me tell you the people act like its the end of the world. They will push you, can’t even say excuse me or sorry. All for used items! The elders are the worst they act like kids running for candy. It’s ridiculous. If you have zero patience I do not recommend coming here
    Kim
    @KimE
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    Love this spot! Amazing deals under $10 and they have great discounts for specific groups and based on colors per day. Definitely follow their discounts each day and definitely stop biweekly if you’re an avid drifter!!!
    Drew
    @DrewTalamantes
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    Great idea horribly executed. People run the experience by acting like animals shoving and overfilling their carts. As others have did no basket because a family of 4 will each grab one or one person will take multiple. Some deals can be found but not worth the headache of the animals of people who ruin it
    Lilia
    @LiliaMillan
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    Went late in the day so it could be why. Selection was not good. Have been to other locations and this has to be the worst selection wise.
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    Goodwill Outlet Houston - Gessner

    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 Houston, TX (Gessner) Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Houston, TX (Gessner) Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Mark
    @MarkMiller
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    Wish this location would enforce their rules and policies. Many people will take 3 to 5 baskets and fill them completely and then put a tarp or blanket over it. These people camp out for hours so you can never get a basket. I understand these people probably sell at flea markets but weird that the staff doesn't do anything other than announce things on the loud speaker that no one follows.
    Ted
    @TedJones
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    Very quick rotation times, loved the loud and sassy cashiers who did good for having to deal with the type of customers that were there. Bin contents were kinda inconsistent each rotation as far as the type of items coming out and how much were in each but either way made for a fun shopping experience! Only thing I wish was different is not let kids in. Knee’d one in the face turning around and tripped over another because parents put them in front of a phone and don’t watch them.
    Ruth
    @RuthMoreno
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    It was a little chaos but once you get cashed out everything is fine it's a weighing system that they do by weight and everything is only way not priced any other way it was a different experience that I had I got some really great stuff
    Illinois
    @IllinoisJones
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    Grade based off visiting nearly 50 of these bins outlets. Nearly no electronics, they hoarde them and sell them at an increased price next door. You can kind of tell its been pre-sorted of good stuff - comparably to better locations in the US. Note,They rarely change bins out. I finally found 2 small items. After waiting 15 minutes in line I bailed. 1 slow cashier is all they offer. Nearly 1/2 these bin locations are fun. This is a Big fail.
    Max
    @MaxC
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    This place is always full of people, i will no advice to bring small children. They act like animals when there is new bins coming out. There is a group of Africans guys that are very rude and aggressive they never leave the store. Customer service is ok.
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    Goodwill Outlet Houston - Sabo

    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 Houston, TX (Fuqua St) Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Houston, TX (Fuqua St) Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Wen
    @WenXu
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    I agree with some other reviewers that being here for the first time you would get a little horrified. Things are just packing on bins with questionable hygiene conditions. However, when I saw how they charge, I began to think this as a scavenger hunt 🙂 so still a very interesting shopping experience. You kinda have to dig to find the stuff. I realized that charging by weights are not exactly that cheap if you look for heavy stuff like winter coats. The staff did organize the stuff into different bins, but overtime they got messed up. I found children' cloths are usually in better shape than adults. Also they do have newer stuff on home decorations (especially holiday ones), table cloth, sheets, and curtains. If you wanna buy affordable adults' cloths, I think there are better choice at this price.
    Gavin
    @GavinHenderson
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    I was hesitant to give this place a try at first because of the way its set up and how they do business. I couldn't be more satisfied with it though. It's exciting and hard to leave. The deals you find are amazing, some real treasures have been found here. I love this place.
    Mark
    @MarkMiller
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    Really wish this location was working out for me since I source for my business. There's a group of young guys and men that literally go every day of the week and the staff let's them put lawn chairs up and keep multiple baskets. When the new bins come out they will walk around looking for vintage shirts. They will stand right in front of you like you aren't even there and will block the bin til they get what they want. I get that people are looking for things but there's no staff controlling the area. They will say you can't touch the bin until they say go and people will grab things anyway and they don't do a thing about it. At least at the other locations they monitor the new product coming out and you get a fair shot if you line up. Staff seems to know all the regulars and tell them what's coming out. Alot of really gross bins at times. They dump product on top of old product. You can still find a lot of things, but you don't have shot at the good stuff alot of times because there's no one monitoring the customers.
    Brandi
    @BrandiLara
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    Excellent finds if you’re patient and can stomach dealing with the clearly disgruntled and angry staff. Most of the staff are RUDE and I’m not just referring to them telling customers not to touch bins before allowed; that’s understandable. I’m referring to staff that walk around and when encountering a customer, the customer says “excuse me” to make a path for passing and the staff rolls their eyes and continues to cut off the customer’s path. This particular female staff member also inserted herself between a customer actively searching through a bin, the customer was startled and looked at her and the staff member just roped her eyes again and continued to pull stuff away from him. There is also a male staff member that plays a power game with the bins. The protocol is that customers stand around the area on the floor as the staff roll in a bin for placement. Customers are not to touch or begin sifting through until the wheels of the bin are locked in place and the staff walks away to say “go ahead.” The male staff member always plays a game of walking away after securing the cart, turns his back to leave then when customers begin to approach for searching, the staff member barks aggressively “NO!! Did I say you could yet?!” Then all customers are confused. Staff member pauses dramatically just to demonstrate he has the control then, after an unnecessary amount of time, gives the go ahead.
    Philip
    @PhilipPalathara
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    This place is a hostile place for new comers. The people who have been shopping over there fights for stuff and if you are a new person be sure to have a friend that has been shopping there for a long time. The people curse and fight and make fun of you. Most of the people do not even speak English and so if you try to explain to them some thing you are in bad luck. Seriously it is one of the worst places ever to be in and the workers side with the people they know who come over there from time to time. It is an unsafe place and the management seems to not care. It is strange that good will has this place so unsafe as it is against its own reputation. Whether it is outlet or not the people should be protected. I firmly believe that this is an injustice to all the people who are to be safe while they shop. It is too uncivilized. I please ask the management to take steps for the safety of the people. Please do not allow this unsafe practices with the customers who come to shop in there.
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    Goodwill Outlet Katy

    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 Katy, TX Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Katy, TX Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    John
    @JohnCrew
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    This particular place is so good and above all of the others I’ve ever been to I’m almost afraid to tell anyone as fear to them finding out and Even more competition Showing up but it is a very good no the best goodwill you ever go to the employees Especially the managers keep things regulated and still are super nice,the items coming out are incredible, and anyone can make a Living just at this one store. There are many examples but there’s one here right now leaving a five star review I'll end with this I definitely recommend anyone giving this particular Goodwill outlet a try that is if you’re not already there As my competition
    Elizabeth
    @ElizabethRayvn
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    I’ve found a lot of great stuff here and I mean high money items. I mean just today I grabbed 10 Hermes scarves so it’s definitely lit in this store. At the same time it’s a group of resellers that’s aggressive AF. They’ll get real close to you and damn near knock you down to get to stuff they want. I had to ask one of em standing next to me 1 time to not knock me down. The managers and security guard do try yell the rules but it doesn’t matter. The resellers just get friendly with all the workers and they’re able to get away with doing what they do. I love the store but I just hate the aggression.
    Khang
    @KhangTran
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    Clean new OUTLET (bins) store! Price per lb of CLOTHES is $2.19 (under 50 lbs) at the time of this review (Feb 2022). If you get over 50 lbs of clothes, it's $1.79 per lb. The TIE point is about 42 lbs. If you're that close to 51, you might as well fill up your cart with the extra 9 lbs - it's basically free. The math: $2.19 x 42 = $91.98 vs $1.79 x 51 = $91.29 That just means paying for 42 lbs of clothes is almost the same as paying for 51 lbs of clothes. Good luck!
    Christina
    @ChristinaMullens
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    First time at this location in quite some time, and I was shocked. I heard they had switched to bins, but didn't know what to expect. It was a mess. You can get good deals (you pay by the pound for clothing items which can save a lot of money), but don't expect to find what you are looking for easily. It was hot, difficult digging through the bins, and when we left we felt like we needed to rush home for a shower. One particular employee was quite rude and yelled at me and my daughter because we didn't know their rules about where we could walk when they were moving bins around. I love thrifting and don't mind looking through racks of clothes for that great find, but this was just ridiculous. We will not be returning to this particular Goodwill store.
    Elizabeth
    @ElizabethFoster
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    My five stars are for the employees who try and maintain some sense of civility in the store while being harassed, cursed out and physically threatened by the same group of customers over and over when they are asked to follow simple safety rules. The same people that other reviewers are criticizing (for doing their jobs) are the very reason I continue to shop at this location. They are kind, helpful, professional, and make me and my children feel safe when I’m here simply because they look out for the safety of everyone equally, even those that treat them and other shoppers so horribly. I’ve seen people like this group of regulars thrown out of other outlets for less offensive behavior than they display at the Cypress Outlet, and I hope the same thing happens to them before someone is seriously injured by their aggressive actions.
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    Goodwill Outlet Harker Heights

    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 Harker Heights, TX Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Harker Heights, TX Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Bridgette
    @BridgetteMarin
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    Just went to the Goodwill outlet in Harker Heights tried to buy a footstool and a dresser and was told I couldn’t buy it from there I had to wait until the main store opened in order to purchase then why in the world with the outlet store be holding furniture with price tags that I just bought a dresser from there this weekend without having to go to the main store if I could leave zero stars I would .
    Thomas
    @JudgeThomas
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    Great store, love the outlet side with lower prices and an assortment of merchandise that is often times cheaper since you pay by the pound
    Carla
    @CarlaMcHaney
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    I would give zero stars. Buyer beware, the cashier of the outlet store will follow you and tell you what you can and can not purchase eventhough you pull it from the bin on the sales floor. If he feels you have something that he wants or the workers have neglected to keep from the bins before the merchandise reaches the sales floor it will be taken from you and reason given - store policy. Nowhere else in another outlet store is a policy posted of purchases made at cashier discretion.
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    Goodwill Outlet Waco

    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 Waco, TX Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Want to know when the Waco, TX Goodwill Outlet rotates new bins? Shop the only manager-verified rotation guides in existence.
    Yvette
    @YvetteBallard
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    Got a pair of awesome long shorts!!! Levi’s for $5
    Rhonda
    @Rhonda
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    I went to the outlet in Waco, love it.
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