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Thrift Shops in Atlanta - our go-to List for Thrifty Finds.

Thrift Shops in Atlanta - our go-to List for Thrifty Finds.

 Atlanta’s thrift stores are a goldmine for anyone, from college students trying to make the most of their budget to vintage enthusiasts who love the charm of the past. Atlanta and Metro-Atlanta's thrift scene is thriving, with a plethora of stores offering an array of unique and affordable items. Whether you're after chic vintage clothing, quirky home décor, or rare collectibles, there's something for everyone. These shops are not just about saving money; they're about discovering treasures and finding pieces that tell a story. Spend a day exploring local thrift stores, and you'll be amazed at the variety and quality of items you can find. Get ready to dive into a world of eclectic charm and enjoy the fun and excitement of thrifting all throughout the city.  

Top Thrift Shops in Atlanta

 1. Park Avenue Thrift 

Park Avenue Thrift, with multiple locations across metro-Atlanta, is more than just a thrift store. Committed to community service and sustainability, it actively supports various charities, including NAMI Memphis, Hope for Domestic Violence, Nspire Outreach, and many more. Visit one of their shops and join them in their mission to make a difference and reduce clothing waste while giving back to those in need! 

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2. Americas Thrift 

Just a quick drive from Atlanta, you'll find yourself in the lively town of Marietta, Georgia, home to the fabulous America's Thrift Store! Picture this: rows upon rows of goodies waiting to be discovered at prices that'll make your wallet do a happy dance. It's not just any old thrift store—it's a treasure trove of awesome finds. From funky vintage threads to unique household finds, they've got it all. Whether you're on the search for a killer outfit or some statement decor to spice up your space, this place has you covered. Trust us, you won't want to miss out—swing by and see for yourself!

3. Mostly Mutts Market 

Step into this one-of-a-kind thrift shop located in Acworth, where the magic isn't just for humans—it extends to our furry friends too! Not only will you discover an eclectic array of vintage and secondhand treasures for yourself, but you'll also stumble upon a delightful selection of affordable goodies for your beloved pets. You'll find discounted crates, leashes, bowls and other cool things for your companions. And here's the best part: every purchase you make doesn't just make tails wag—it also goes towards supporting homeless pets in need. So leash up your four-legged friend and embark on a shopping adventure that's sure to bring joy to both you and your pet, all while making a positive impact on the lives of animals in our community! 

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4. No Longer Bound Thrift Shop 

NLB Thrift Shop, located in Woodstock, Georgia, is worth checking out. They've got everything from clothes to furniture to household items and more! But what makes this thrift shop stand out is its big purpose: all proceeds support "No Longer Bound," an addiction program for men in Cumming, Georgia. So when you shop here, you're not just finding great deals—you're also helping someone rebuild their life. It's a win-win! If you're in the area, definitely stop by NLB Thrift Shop and shop with heart.

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5. Cobb Antique Mall 

For more than 15 years, Cobb Antique Mall has been a haven for antique enthusiasts, collectors, and lovers of vintage finds. Step into this treasure trove and discover a world of timeless treasures, collectibles, and unique items, all at unbeatable prices. With new arrivals gracing their shelves daily and a sprawling 47,000 square feet of space to explore, you'll find yourself lost in a sea of history and nostalgia. Whether you're hunting for a specific piece or simply browsing for inspiration, a visit to Cobb Antique Mall guarantees an unforgettable adventure. So clear your schedule and prepare to leave with your hands—and heart—full of cherished discoveries.

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6. Furkids in Marietta 

At Furkids thrift stores, you'll discover a diverse range of treasures, from appliances and electronics to furniture and sporting gear—even greeting cards! It truly is a one-stop shop for all your thrift store needs. But what sets Furkids apart is their mission: every purchase you make supports their nonprofit efforts to rescue homeless cats and dogs. In 2021 alone, Furkids saved an incredible 5,040 furry friends—that's truly remarkable! So next time you're in the mood for some thrifting, be sure to swing by Furkids and shop with purpose. You'll find great deals while making a meaningful difference in the lives of animals in need.

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7. Psycho Sisters 
Located in Little Five Points, alongside a few other classic thrift shops on this list, Psycho Sisters is an Atlanta thrift shop staple. Brimming with fun, funky, and unique finds—from tutus, corsets, and wigs to boas and festival wear—this store is definitely a must-visit. Step into a realm of eclectic fashion and unleash your inner style maven at Psycho Sisters, where every piece tells a story and every visit is an adventure.
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8. Junkman's Daughter 
Located in Little Five Points, this vibrant, out of the ordinary shop is one to remember. With it's incredible exterior murals and even weirder interior, this shop is filled with all things strange and wonderful (something that we at Bizarre love 🫶). Having opened its doors in 1982, this large store is jam packed with vintage fashions, unique and unusual gifts, home goods from around the world, forgotten books, classic toys and even a fully stocked tobacco shop. This really is a junkman's dream come true. Make sure to visit Little Five points and check out this Atlanta Staple-make sure to grab a burger at The Vortex afterwards! 

9. Rag-O-Rama
Rag-O-Rama isn't your typical consignment store; they excel in curating a selection of unique clothing, shoes, and accessories. From vintage sneakers to trendy attire, their collection spans the spectrum, offering something for everyone. Stop by to shop on of their several Atlanta locations to buy or sell some clothes and check out their incredible collection! 

10. Last Chance Thrift Store 
With a classic, old school thrift store vibe, Last Chance Thrift Store is the perfect spot to find unique finds on a budget. From rare art, furniture and other household finds, to aisles of clothes and shoes, you can spend hours exporing this hidden gem of a shop. 

11. Ecologie Vintage
Located a little outside the city in Kennesaw, GA but well worth the drive, Ecologie Vintage strives to preserve the charm of vintage clothing. They buy, sell, and trade clothing of a very specific style—a mix of boho, vintage, and street style. If those are your vibes, then this is your spot! Step into Ecologie Vintage and immerse yourself in a world where timeless fashion meets contemporary flair and create your own personal style!

12. The Lucky Exchange
Located on the edge of West Midtown and Old Fourth Ward, Lucky Exchange is a locally owned vintage shop that specializes in buying and selling curated vintage clothing. They offer endless vintage treasures that have been carefully hand-selected by their team. Step into Lucky Exchange and discover the perfect piece to add to your collection of timeless fashion.
13. The Clothing Warehouse 

If you've been to Little Five Points, you've likely seen the funky, retro vintage shop, The Clothing Warehouse. Opening its doors in 1992, The Clothing Warehouse began as a one-off vintage shop but quickly became one of the first vintage clothing wholesale distributors for other vintage shops. This classic store boasts incredible clothing finds that take you straight to the past. From 1980s and 1990s band tees to authentic cowboy boots and even a fun mystery box full of random tees, you'll find some badass treasures at this little red brick shop. 

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14. Lost-N-Found Youth Thrift Shop 

Lost-N-Found Youth Thrift Store is part of the Atlanta-based non-profit Lost-N-Found Youth that helps raise money to provide services to LGBTQ+ youth who are experiencing homelessness. The thrift store accepts any new or used clothing items, household goods, toys, art and more. All proceeds from the thrift shop are used to support street outreach, a youth center and transitional housing for homeless LGBTQ+ youth. This is a great shop with an even greater purpose. Shop your vintage finds while also doing good!

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15. Out of the Closet - Ansley 

"Out of the Closet" vintage shop, founded in 1990 to raise awareness for AIDS, donates 96 cents of every dollar spent to the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. They also offer HIV testing at all of their locations. In addition to supporting a great cause, they feature incredible vintage furniture and clothing finds. Check them out to help support the cause and bring home a cool vintage goodie! 


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