6. Don’t Hesitate, and Follow Your Intuition
One of the best ways to save money at a thrift stop is to take advantage of the good deals when you see them. The moments I regret the most about thrift shopping are when I did not jump on the opportunity to buy something. Even though my gut was telling me that it was a good deal, I hesitated and thought that I might come back later. Every single time, that thing was gone by the time I came back the next day.
Sometimes, it’s good to listen to your intuition and follow through with buying something. (Unless you have a problem with shopping addiction or hoarding.) Unlike regular stores, most items in thrift stores only have one thing in stock, and then they’re gone forever. If you regret your purchase, you can always return it or sell it online later. Most items you find at a thrift shop are under $10 anyway, and it’s not going to make or break you financially.