An opportunity to find mega bargains


Good Samaritan Industries divisional manager Debbie Cameron with some of the clothing.
Good Samaritan Industries divisional manager Debbie Cameron with some of the clothing.

Good Samaritan Industries’ (GSI) new Mega Barn on the corner of Bannister and Magnet roads in Canning Vale gives shoppers the opportunity to sort through 31 tonnes of clothing, textiles and bric-a-brac, mostly on sale at $6 per kilogram.

GSI divisional manager Debbie Cameron said the new concept store would enable shoppers to rummage through more than 250 containers, cages and crates to find bargains.

“Op shops have become a haven for hipsters, fashionistas, avid recyclers and bargain hunters, as well as those who are committed to recycling,” she said.

“Our new Mega Barn is going to appeal to just about everyone who loves shopping and bargain-hunting.

“Op shopping is not only fun, it’s also a great way for shoppers to support a good cause and effectively reduce their carbon footprint by not fueling the tide of cheap clothing imported into Australia, while also reducing landfill.

“Perth bargain hunters will be able to find some real treasures.”

To coincide with the launch of the new Mega Barn, which will trade from Monday to Saturday from 10am-4pm, per kilo prices will be offered at a 50 per cent reduction, to $3 per kilo until the end of March.