Way, way over priced for donated items
by last time shopper , 12/31/2013
Usually a good selection to choose from but the prices are ridiculously high. Example: a dollar tree ($1.00) item was priced .95 . China priced @ $395.00 that was obviously used and incomplete. It is still on the shelf. Go figure. This is a consistent issue with most items in the store. I understand their mission and hole heartedly support it but they do need to be realistic when pricing items that are donated (FREE, FREE, FREE) to them. I have donated dozens of times quality items I am no longer in need of. I anticipate they will put reasonable prices on the items for a quick turn over so that those in need can be helped. The majority of items received at the UGM are used and should be priced as such. You are not Macy's, Nordstrom's nor a high end furniture store. You didn't always used to be so far out of touch on pricing. What happened?