Guide to Thrift Stores in Boise

I love walking into thrift stores because you never know what you might find! Thrifting is one of my favorite hobbies. I have found many amazing items with great prices at Boise thrift stores. Finding these gems secondhand makes it all the more fun. I love finding cool, vintage pieces and even new or designer clothing. I get great things for my home or my kids, and I’m reducing waste and shopping local at the same time! The next time you need to go shopping, consider checking out thrift stores.


Thriftology thrift store

555 N Orchard St
Open 10 am – 7 pm Everyday

Thriftology is a local thrift store that also offers consignments. They have color-coded tag sales every week. They usually have a great collection of furniture, decor, and clothes.

Idaho Youth Ranch

Idaho youth ranch thrift store

Various locations & hours

Idaho Youth Ranch is a non-profit 501(c)(3) agency that offers emergency shelter, residential care, youth and family therapy, adoption services, and more for children and their families. They offer veterans 10% off every day. College students and seniors get 10% off on Wednesdays.


10475 Fairview Ave
10 am – 8 pm Everyday

“Our Rethink Reuse business model of purchasing, reselling, and recycling gives communities a smart way to shop and keeps more than 700 million pounds of used goods from landfills each year. We also help more than 100 nonprofit organizations by purchasing donated goods from them, which provides a source of revenue to help support their vital community programs and services.”

Deseret Industries (DI)

10740 Fairview Ave
Mon-Sat 9 am – 7 pm / Closed Sundays

Deseret Industries is a nonprofit thrift store and donation center established in 1938 to be a job training facility. DI is owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Their store is usually very organized and pleasant to shop at.

Guide to Thrift Stores in Boise
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Various locations & hours

Goodwill stores in southern Idaho are part of Easterseals-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain Inc., a non-profit organization with employment and job training, day programs and housing for adults with intellectual disabilities, children’s therapy, and health-related services for adults and seniors.”

Their stores periodically run sales, and you can receive a coupon to use at your next visit when you donate.

Restyle Thrift Store

Restyle Thrift Store

625 S Vista Ave
11 am – 7 pm Everyday

This thrift store is also a local company. It has two floors of amazing deals. They also help pay for spays, neuters, and surgeries on cats and dogs to prevent overpopulation.

St Vincent de Paul Thrift Store

Various locations & hours

“There are six St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Stores located throughout Southwest Idaho to help you stretch your dollar. You can find high quality, low cost goods at all locations. Shop where it matters!

Please consider donating your gently used clothing, furniture, and other household items to St. Vincent de Paul. Your donations make it possible for the St. Vincent de Paul Southwest Idaho to assist those in need in our community!”

Assistance League of Boise

5825 N Glenwood St

Wed-Sat: 10 am – 4 pm / Closed Sun-Tues

Assistance League of Boise is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. They aim to transform lives by strengthening our community through local philanthropic programs in the Treasure Valley.

Indy Clover

1742 W State St

Hours: 10 am – 7 pm Mon-Sat / Closed Sundays

Indy Clover is kind of a consignment shop too, but I wanted to include it! They consider themselves an upscale retail/thrift store where you can shop all of the lucky local finds. They have new and used high-end brands, products, home decor, accessories, and clothing for everyone in the family!

This is just a short list because there are so many other local thrift stores and consignment shops in the area too! Give one of these a try and you never know what awesome secondhand items you might stumble across.

If you want to reduce waste, help your community, or even just shop local, check them out!

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Emma Dorsett
Emma is a mom to two beautiful girls, Alice (2018) and Avery (2021). She loves all things Taylor Swift and picking up new hobbies. Embroidery, reading, and sourdough are her go to, but she is willing to try just about anything. She has a background in early childhood education and has worked with children since 2018.


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