Readers’ comments on our Facebook site: Bec Imhof: Might have something …

Comment on Vinnies in Alice barely surviving by Erwin Chlanda.

Readers’ comments on our Facebook site:

Bec Imhof: Might have something to do with their ridiculous pricing. Why would I pay $6 or $7 for a donated kids T-shirt when I can get a new one for $3 at Kmart. Their jeans are $10 + and I can get new ones for the same price, sometimes less. Set the pricing lower!

Blake Dennis: Such a pity as this town would have a full op-shop culture if the pricing was done right. I also have tried to donate several times and the bins are locked!

Amity Leisha Thompson: Yep sadly I agree, they are way too expensive now for a second hand store.

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