Daily Top 10: The Allure Is In The Hunt: 10 Long Island Thrifts Stores


In this shaky economy its important to know how to pinch pennies.

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In this shaky economy it’s important to know how to pinch pennies. Take a trip to any of Long Island’s many, many thrift stores is the perfect way make your dollars stretch and still keep within a reasonable budget. Thrift stores commonly stock dish- and glassware, appliances, furniture, children’s toys, vinyl records, jewelry (both elegant and costume), and clothes, clothes, and more clothes.  In short, there are bargains galore and something for everyone – designer items without the designer price, modern clothing to terrific vintage finds, and odds and ends just begging to be repurposed. There is no end to the treasures that await your thrifty eye.

1.    Selden Thrift
614 Middle Country Road, Selden – (631) 736-3979

2.    Island Thrift
700 Suffolk Avenue, Brentwood – (631) 231-0460

3.    Goodwill
1900 East Jericho Turnpike, Huntington – (631) 462-4219
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4.    Salvation Army Thrift Store
227 Little East Neck Road, West Babylon – (631) 669-1354
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5.    Unique Boutique
333 Main Street, Center Moriches – (631) 874-3730

6.    St. Paul’s Thrift Shop
284 Main Street, Northport – (631) 262-9167

7.    National Council of Jewish Women Thrift Shop
342 Central Avenue, Lawrence – (516) 569-0510

8.    White Elephant Thrift Store
1045 Lakeville Road, New Hyde Park – (516) 620-5106

9.    Unique Thrift Store
525 Old Country Road, Westbury – (516) 338-1760
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10.    Savers
188 Hempstead Turnpike, West Hempstead – (516) 489-1661
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