Value Village – Wed 24 April – Free Item With Purchase


This Wednesday, April 24th, save even more at Value Village when you use your Super Savers Club Card.

Buy one item and get a second free.  Second item must be of equal or lesser value and has a max value of $10.

What has been your best Value Village find?  I do not find them cheaper than most retail stores.

10 responses to “Value Village – Wed 24 April – Free Item With Purchase”

  1. Missy Montreal says:

    when I was a kid in the 90’s this is where my friends and I bought our stylish but slutty babydoll dresses a la Courtney Love so we can pretend we were poor and grungy and part of the Seattle music scene. haha. I went to the VV (our slang for it) recently and was so disgusted at what I saw. They had Christian Louboutin stilettos for $500.00 bucks !

  2. Caroli says:

    I agree with Missy Montreal I used to love going to Value Village, I would find beautiful estate jewellery, designer clothes and purses for a few dollars!! The last time I was there I asked one of the sales people, “When did you become a department store?!! She agreed with me that the prices have become ridiculous, especially since all the clothes are donated..I know they give money to charities, but nothing like the money they’re making.. Department stores have fantastic deals now, and everything is new!!

  3. Natalka says:

    This sure must depend upon region/store! We find tons of great deals here at ours – for my 21 year old son, especially. He gets ‘new’ t-shirt and shirts for like $3-4, tags still on lots of the time. Great for work clothes for him, too.

  4. Van_shopper says:

    In 2000, over 70% of goods are priced at $0.99! Now, it’s less than 1%. It used to be affordable for the working class, but not anymore.

  5. Fen says:

    We find it great for picking up barely used brand name baby clothes. I bought an almost new OshKosh snowsuit there for $7 last winter! It must really depend on the location because it really is our go-to store.

  6. kerry says:

    Can we apply for the card at the store?I bought a stylish dutch boy style hat for $5 in new condition, about a month ago,and priced it online at $40.I noticed that the prices were much lower than a few years back.Breadmakers for $10,portable tvs $10,pepper mills,all under $5,mine was only 99 cents.

    • FallenPixels says:

      Yes, you can apply for a card in-store (or print the app online and bring it with you)

  7. Tammy says:

    I don’t normally shop at Value Village but I went there last summer to pick up a pile of clothes for a charity drive I was donating too. While I was there looking through the kids clothes I found a Laura Ashley girls wool dress coat that looked brand new. I paid $7 dollars for it and it was worth at least $100! It was a size up from my daugther so I put it away for the next year.
    I did stop in once or twice after that awesome deal but never found anything worth buying…think it’s just hit and miss really.

  8. coupon girl says:

    -i got 2 very new like reitmans tops today one was 7.99 and the other 4.99 -so i got out my saver card and got the 4.99 for free=heck 9.00 for 2 tops is awesome

  9. Dayanara says:

    It is hit and miss location to location. Most things I find are over priced. I am plus size and they seem to take advantage of that even in second hand stores. I found two tops, identical in look and condition (Old Navy), the medium was 3.99 and the XXL was 7.99….excuse me?

    I have found some amazing deals but not without searching.


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