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- January 23, 2008 at 10:22 pm #255378Guest
We have a Goodwill, Salvation Army, and a store called New to You…
between the three of those, and freecycle and craigslist, I can alwaysfind something that will work for my 4 children. Clearance shopping at
Walmart is also usually very friendly to the budget.
I also have a wonderful friend who has 2 children who are a couplesizes bigger then my two preschoolers, her hand me downs have saved me
hundreds of dollars so far.
Shawnee— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “sarah_d_ann”
>> For people like me on a VERY limited budget finding clothes for my
> growing 5 year old boy can be a challenge. My suggestion is to askat
> your local Goodwill store when their markdown day is. Every week the
> Goodwill chain of thrift stores has a day that a certain color tag of> clothing, linens, or coats is only $0.50! It is a different day at
> each store and they don’t advertise what day it is unless you just
> happen to be there on that day and see the sign. I have gotten even> things that are brand new designer stuff with tags on for only
> It is worth checking out.>
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