A SAVVY shopper has called a popular chain of thrift stores and said their wedding dress prices are nowhere near a bargain.
She criticized the cost of the dresses at Goodwill, even going so far as to say the company makes a 100 percent profit on the pieces.
“Goodwill has lost her damn mind,” the lyrics read.
The camera panned across the shelf of wedding dresses, some of which had price tags that read nearly $150.
“These were donated,” she added.
Erin shared that she felt the prices were too high for a thrift store.
She said, “$150? You make 100 percent profit. There is absolutely no reason to price their shit that high.”
The video attracted many viewers who shared their opinion on wedding dress prices.
“People who say this is good don’t get it,” one wrote. “With goodwill, nothing should be so much. This place isn’t just for the middle class who want a bargain.”
“$150 [wedding dress] “It’s reasonable to buy direct from a reseller, but if you give it away for free and then just get a high price from a company, that’s robbery,” added another.
“It’s cheap,” chimed in a third.
“I think that’s a good price even for goodwill. Some of these dresses cost around $1,200,” wrote another.
“I’m not a fan of Goodwill, but $150 for a wedding dress is still a steal,” one added.
A viewer offered advice on where to buy a wedding dress when shopping on a budget.
“Shein has wedding dresses — pretty ones too,” the commenter guessed. “Goodwill used to sell wedding dresses for $25.”