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What We Buy at Plato’s Closet

What We Buy at Plato's Closet

You may be wondering what we buy at Plato’s closet. This thrift store is very selective about what they buy and the quality of the items. Clothes must be in good condition with no holes, stains, or excessive wear. In addition, they typically only buy in-season and in-style items. Whether you are interested in donating your unwanted clothing or purchasing it for personal use, you can find their phone number and address online.

What We Buy at Plato's Closet

Clothes with dated tags

If you’re looking for a great deal on new clothes, try visiting Plato’s Closet. This organization buys dated items from brands like Old Navy, Hollister, and American Eagle. You can find out more about the company online. However, you should keep in mind that some of the brands may have dated tags.

The company sells gently-used name-brand clothes, shoes, accessories, and more. It pays up to 70% off the retail price of the items. When you sell an item at Plato’s Closet, you’ll be paid cash or store credit. Another benefit of selling items at this store is that you’ll avoid paying sales taxes on them!

Items with dated tags

If you’re looking to sell your old clothes for cash, you should try Plato’s Closet. The store buys gently used name brand clothing, shoes, and accessories. Most items can be sold there for up to 70% off of the retail price. You’ll also get cash on the spot.

Although Plato’s Closet is a national chain, you can find a location in your area. You can usually find a location near you with a Google search. You can find their phone number online and call to make an appointment. You can also browse their online store to see what items they currently have for sale.

Items in style

Plato’s Closet is a great place to buy gently used clothing for a fraction of the price. The retailer is part of the growing retail resale market, which is expected to reach $24 billion by 2024. The store is known for its variety of designer, name-brand, and pre-owned apparel, as well as its cash-in-hand policy.

Typically, items sold at Plato’s Closet are at least 60% off retail prices. That means that you won’t have to spend a lot of money to find an item that fits and flatters you. In fact, the store’s staff is particularly choosy about what they buy, and you can often find clothes that are up to 70% off retail prices.

Items in season

Plato’s Closet is a thrift store that accepts gently used clothing, accessories, and high-end makeup at 50-70% off the retail price. It also accepts West Virginia clothing vouchers. With a $200 voucher, you can buy an entire trash bag full of clothing or a few name-brand items.

You can find out if items are in season at your local Plato’s by using the company’s contact information. You’ll need to call the store and explain what you’re looking for and then an associate will call you back with an offer to purchase it. You’ll need to decide whether to accept or decline the offer. The workers will only purchase clothes in good condition.

Items in season at Plato’s Closet will be priced accordingly, with top brands getting higher prices than other items. The company’s associates will enter the clothing’s details into software to determine its price. The prices are based on age, condition, and brand. You can donate clothing in the clear bin, but you may need to limit the number of bins you bring with you. The store specializes in women’s clothing sizes 0-30, but is not limited to this size range.

Prices

If you’re looking to buy gently used clothes at a discount price, Plato’s Closet is a great place to find them. The store is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on weekends it is open until 6 p.m. However, Plato’s Closet is very selective about the types of clothing it accepts. The items you send for purchase must be in good condition and not have excessive wear or stains. They typically only accept in-style and in-season items.

Prices at Plato’s Closet vary greatly, and you can find anything from $5 to $60 for like-new shoes. The prices are determined by brand, style, condition, and demand. For example, a pair of Jordan shoes can fetch up to $60. Another example is a pair of Hunter boots, which Plato’s Closet buys for as little as $8.