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« Reply #10 on: March 13, 2017 03:34:18 PM »

Depends where you shop.  My local St. Vincent de Paul Society thrift store only charges fifty cents for most of their Barbies (and the "special" ones get put in a locked glass case for $2-3, which still isn't too bad); some of the fifty centers are in terrible shape but I've also gotten many flawless or nearly flawless dolls from that bin.  In comparison, my local Goodwill always charges two dollars for naked Bratz dolls missing both of their feet!

These are the last two fifty cent Barbies I purchased, along with a large talking Doc McStuffins Stuffy the dragon (that still works!) for the same low price:

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« Reply #11 on: March 13, 2017 03:42:07 PM »

Oh man, the local thrift places have bags of barbies, like 3-4 to a bag, for a buck or 2. There is an entire wall full of them, I'll take a photo next time I'm there.
So if anybody wants a bag of arms I'm happy to oblige is what I'm saying.
Because I can write a thing like that here on Craftster and it's not the least bit out of place.
OMG this place is so weird Cheesy.

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