Three local thrifters share their favorite Pittsburgh thrift stores

We caught up with three local shoppers who share their thrift scores on IG and asked for their favorite Pittsburgh thrift stores.

by Lindsay Patross
August 15, 2019

Meet some of the Pittsburghers who love thrift shopping and share (& sometimes sell) their thrift store scores on Instagram. We reached out to some of these thrift Pittsburgh shoppers to find out what are their favorite Pittsburgh thrift stores.

Thrift Out Loud

IG @ThriftOutLoud

Favorite Pittsburgh thrift stores:

My top thrift stores are Thriftique Pittsburgh and Goodwill.

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Thrift Stores and Scores

IG @ThriftStoresandScores

Favorite Pittsburgh thrift stores:

My favorite thrift/resale shop in Pittsburgh is Clothes Minded.

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UltraBVR

IG follow @UltraBVR for thrift store photos & check out @Groovy_Doom for Bill’s horror fanzine

Favorite Pittsburgh thrift store:

My regular thrift store in the Red White & Blue on Ohio River Boulevard. I’m sure it’s been chosen already! It’s the closest to me, and I like it because the items in the store never hang around for very long. If you go in once a week, it’s always a different store.

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Know of another thrifty Pittsbugher we should be following on Instagram? Send an email to [email protected].

National Thrift Store Day is August 17

National Thrift Store Day is Saturday, August 17, 2019. Thriftique Pittsburgh is hosting a National Thrift Store Day celebration which includes discounts on everything in the store.

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Looking for some Pittsburgh vintage shops?

We’ve profiled a few of those too.

 

 

Pittsburgh born and raised, Lindsay has been writing about the people who love Pittsburgh since 2008.

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