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TIP: Oxfam online store

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Not sure if everyone is aware, but I only found out today that Oxfam have an 'online second hand store'.

There's a few bargains there if you like 'vintage' clothing. Also quite good for DVDs/CDs that have been discontinued.

http://www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#2
If it anything like the Oxfam near me, then they'll rip you off for a good cause. :)
#3
wow oxfams expensive! they are selling boys lonsdale t shirts for near £5 when you can buy them cheaper is sports direct and second hand boys nike shorts for £12.99. thats disgraceful

just noticed a second hand halloween dress from george for a 5yr old on sale for £6. i know its raising money for a good cause but thtas ridiculous
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gemmar26
wow oxfams expensive! they are selling boys lonsdale t shirts for near £5 when you can buy them cheaper is sports direct and second hand boys nike shorts for £12.99. thats disgraceful


yeah maybe sports direct will do better things with their money
#5
Alfonse
yeah maybe sports direct will do better things with their money


i dont care what they do with it, i do my bit for charity but i am not going to pay more for a second hand shirt when i can get a brand new one for less money, just common sense really. I thought charity shops were all about selling things for cheap because they are second hand or unwanted things that people have DONATED, so whatever prices they put on things its still all profit right? Maybe if some of these charity shops remembered that they would make more money for charity. I give loads of things to my local and i am pleased to say they sell it on at reasonable prices therefore selling more and making more money for their charity.
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gemmar26
i dont care what they do with it, i do my bit for charity but i am not going to pay more for a second hand shirt when i can get a brand new one for less money, just common sense really. I thought charity shops were all about selling things for cheap because they are second hand or unwanted things that people have DONATED, so whatever prices they put on things its still all profit right? Maybe if some of these charity shops remembered that they would make more money for charity. I give loads of things to my local and i am pleased to say they sell it on at reasonable prices therefore selling more and making more money for their charity.


well done you
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gemmar26
i dont care what they do with it, i do my bit for charity but i am not going to pay more for a second hand shirt when i can get a brand new one for less money, just common sense really. I thought charity shops were all about selling things for cheap because they are second hand or unwanted things that people have DONATED, so whatever prices they put on things its still all profit right? Maybe if some of these charity shops remembered that they would make more money for charity. I give loads of things to my local and i am pleased to say they sell it on at reasonable prices therefore selling more and making more money for their charity.


Do you ask for your change when you buy The Big Issue?
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gemmar26
i dont care what they do with it, i do my bit for charity but i am not going to pay more for a second hand shirt when i can get a brand new one for less money, just common sense really. I thought charity shops were all about selling things for cheap because they are second hand or unwanted things that people have DONATED, so whatever prices they put on things its still all profit right? Maybe if some of these charity shops remembered that they would make more money for charity. I give loads of things to my local and i am pleased to say they sell it on at reasonable prices therefore selling more and making more money for their charity.


Wow, strong hate. Oxfam help countries where they dont have access to clean water, major intl projects

Yes because oxfam dont have to pay rent, bills etc. And it is always busy like Sports Direct...

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