I do love a good rummage around a charity shop and have only recently discovered that lots of my favourite ones actually have online charity shops so today, I’m sharing some of my favourites with you.
You’ll know how much I love my pre-loved bargains if you regularly read this blog as I often share a bargain in my weekly five frugal things posts and more recently, there’s my monthly pre-loved bargain series. With everything that’s been going on in the world, I’ve missed my regular rummages through the charity shops near me so you can imagine how excites I was when I discovered that many of my favourites had online charity shops!
I’ve shared my favourites below but if I’ve missed any that you know of that are local to you with online stores then do feel free to add them in the comments so we have as many as possible in one place!
The Oxfam online charity shop is one of my favourites with sections for clothing, books and music, kids, home and garden and even online collectables.
I’ve used it mainly to look at the women’s clothing section and there are always some great bargains on there, often from some really good brands at reasonable prices. I love wearing dresses and searching on here, I can always find something unique that I love.
Scope operate their online charity shop using eBay which is a platform that most of us are familiar with. 😃 They have so many categories that I won’t list them all but again, my main focus is always the women’s clothing which is heavily focused around designer goods at really reasonable starting prices.
I’m classing this as an online charity shop because they do donate an amount from every purchase to a number of chosen charities – ranging from 20% to 60% depending on the value of the purchase.
They have some great brands on there and although I’ve never bought from them personally, it does look to be good quality and I have heard good things which is why I’m including them. I do think their prices are a bit higher though if I’m honest but I think that’s because of the brands they feature.
British Red Cross
British Red Cross have two online charity shops – one is an Asos Marketplace Vintage shop and an ebay store which reminds me of a bit of a jumble sale. You could spend hours browsing if you fancied a good old online rummage!
Cancer Research is another one who has gone along the eBay route and their clothing and bags sections seem to focus on more premium brands with some really good starting prices. They do brilliantly with their photos so you really get a feel for what you’re buying – more so than with any other online charity shop that I’ve looked at.
So there you have it, a quick round-up of my favourite online charity shops!
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