About 50 miles southeast of L.A., in Riverside, you'll find the greatest concentration of thrift stores. Go crazy at the thrift stores!
There are more second-hand shops, clothing donation centers, and flea markets per person in Georgia's capital than in any of the next four largest cities combined.
Although both indoor & outdoor flea markets are common, thrift stores are more commonly permanent interior locations. The flea markets in Columbus are highly regarded.
In search of some Disney merchandise? Walt Disney World's home city of Orlando may soon have thrift stores stocked with gently used items from the parks.
Given the abundance of things to do, it's no wonder that Tampa made the top five. Tampa has the most thrift stores per capita of any of the top five cities.
The Steel City fared highly in terms of the number of flea markets per capita and the low prices of its many thrift stores and markets.
Hartford, Connecticut, residents have fewer thrift store alternatives per capita than residents of several of the other cities on this list.
Portland, Oregon is home to some of the study's highest-rated secondhand businesses. And if you're searching for book deals, visit the famous Powell's City of Books.
Miami has more than 91 thrift stores per 100,000 residents. Winter apparel may not be available here, but shorts and sunglasses are plenty.