Value Village Saskatoon Stonebridge Store

By on January 7, 2013

The Value Village in Stonebridge opened in March 2012. They have a big beautiful new store there. They have the usual gently used clothing, shoes and boots, toys, household items, book, furniture, and kitchen and bath items. During Halloween they have a huge selection of new Halloween costume, accessories, make up and home decor. And ofcourse, you can always find used items for the made up costume. Their inventory is ever changing so you can go there several times a month and find great new things. You can get complete outfits there that reflect your personal style.

Value Village Stonebridge Saskatoon

Value Village Stonebridge Saskatoon

Their contact information is:

Value Village Saskatoon Stonebridge #2123
302 Cope Lane
Saskatoon, SK
S7T 0G3

Phone 306-955-8702
Hours: Mon-Sat 9-9 | Sun 10-6

To get there, you can head south on Clarence Avenue, cross the overpass, and take a left at the second set of lights. Then turn left just up ahead then turn right in to Value Village Stonebridge.

Watch the video we have on the Value Village on Faithful in Saskatoon.

Value Village Saskatoon Stonebridge

Value Village Saskatoon Stonebridge

Value Village was started by Savers, a US chain of thrift stores, opening their first Canadian store as Value Village in Vancouver in 1980. From their website:

Savers is no ordinary thrift store. As a leader and pioneer in the retail thrift industry, we’re a place where people from all backgrounds love to shop for great selection, deals and treasures. But there’s also a higher purpose for what we do.

Savers was founded in 1954 on principles such as giving back and providing opportunities—core values we still embrace today. Our more than 140 nonprofit alliances share this thinking and inspire us with their work. Partnering with local charities is not a byproduct of our business—it’s how we do business. So when you shop at Savers, you help support many local community programs.

Another key difference is the relationship we have with our customers. We’re constantly reinventing ourselves into what they tell us is important. Unlike other large retailers, we’re a privately operated chain and take pride in getting to know the people who shop with us—often times on a first-name basis. There’s nothing we love more than hearing their stories on “art of thrifting.”

In our 56-year history, shoppers have come to expect fun and surprise with each visit to our stores. We make it easy to find bargains on every aisle and our stores are filled with current looks, authentic vintage finds, housewares, collectibles, furniture and unexpected treasures at every turn. Our nonprofit alliances drop off thousands of items every day so no two shopping trips are ever the same. Our incredible inventory comprises unique, quality used goods as well as new merchandise, including closeouts on great items not found at other thrift stores.”

Dora Toy Value Village Saskatoon

Dora Toy Value Village Saskatoon


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5 Comments

  1. sandra carstairs

    January 4, 2017 at 9:02 pm

    value villge stores are great places to shop and have reasonable pricing. i have found lots of new clothing with the origanal tags on them from where the item was purchased and how much it would have cost o purchase it at that retailor. i have never purchased any clothes at any other stores since i started shopping there. my husband picks things out there as well. then when i down size my wardrobe i donate the clothing back. my daughter does the same.

    • sandra carstairs

      January 4, 2017 at 9:04 pm

      when is your next 50% sale

      • Chuck

        February 16, 2017 at 7:53 pm

        Hi Sandra,

        You will have to check for sales with Value Village. This is not their site. This is a site all about Saskatoon!! Thanks for posting your comment!

  2. Sue Whitfield

    October 10, 2017 at 9:03 pm

    Do you have a pick up service for the city? Do you take baby clothing, woman’s clothing and collectable dolls?

    • Chuck

      November 28, 2017 at 1:56 am

      Hi Sue. You have to check directly with Value Village. This is not their website!! Thank you for commenting!

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