From Library Journal
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Such an entertaining book! I am new to the world of thrift stores but have enjoyed my purchases so far and have ideas for continued shopping.Published 5 months ago by JMJ
OK book, but old fashioned when it comes to today's more modern thrift stores. I gave it away.Published 6 months ago by Ana Hartmann
This book was written decades ago and as such only really applies to thrifting decades ago. Aside from that, Hoff doesn't really seem to focus on finding items of any practical... Read morePublished on June 23, 2013 by Scott Probert
not much new info in this one. reads fast, but not too much information.
LIBRARY loan would be best!
As a card-carrying ex-Thrift Score fanzine subscriber I was delighted to see Al branch out and write what has to be the ultimate book on Thrifting, if not the ONLY one! Read morePublished on July 14, 2002 by W. Davidson
I read some of it but it wa a gift book, but sure is funny & you learn the tricks customers use to get away with things. Read morePublished on January 18, 2002 by handy
I initially bought this book for my wife and started paging through it to take a look. I ended up reading the whole thing. Read morePublished on July 6, 2001 by Kenneth J. Greer
Al Hoff's #1 gift is her ability to bring to life the intangible thrill of the hunt that is the narcotic base of the thrift-store game. Read morePublished on May 6, 2001 by Carrie Laben