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Resale Shops In Honolulu


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Resale Shops


Below is a list of businesses which provide Resale Shops services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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Business Listing   A Fast Cash Pawn - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 946-8164


Business Listing   AB Hawaii Gold & Silver CO - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 735-5188


Business Listing   Ala Moana Pawn Shop - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 596-7787


Business Listing   Art Board - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 949-0700


Business Listing   Bag's End Pawn II - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 949-5115


Business Listing   Better Home Appliances Inc - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 732-2606


Business Listing   Central Pawn One - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 734-3611


Business Listing   Changes - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 944-1039


Business Listing   Christy Second Hand Shop - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 841-6176


Business Listing   Chuck James Drum Shop - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 834-4967


Business Listing   Comme CI Comme CA Consignment Boutique - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 734-8869


Business Listing   Consignment Corner - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 739-0888


Business Listing   Consignment Specialty - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 946-6565


Business Listing   D N' D Pawn - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 528-4120


Business Listing   Dan's Guitars - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 942-2900


Business Listing   DD Furniture - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 841-7391


Business Listing   Deal Pawn - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 537-2576


Business Listing   Drummers Warehouse - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 529-8700


Business Listing   Gold Hawaii Pawn - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 841-0601





Business Listing   Goodwill Industries of Honolulu Inc - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 536-4115


Business Listing   Hawaii Tractor Limited - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 677-0428


Business Listing   Holy Nativity Thrift Shop - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 373-3744


Business Listing   Inter Island Hotel Furniture Sales - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 845-4444


Business Listing   Kalihi Pawn Shop - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 847-4953


Business Listing   Kamaaina Metals - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 526-1502


Business Listing   KCAA Thrift Shop - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 941-9989


Business Listing   Keeaumoku Pawn Shop - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 955-3730


Business Listing   LA Parisienne - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 528-0116


Business Listing   Liliha Pawn - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 538-7296


Business Listing   Local Pawn - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 537-5120


Business Listing   Nimitz Pawn - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 845-6084


Business Listing   Pacific Island Jewelry Corporation - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 945-3811


Business Listing   Paris Station - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 942-3000


Business Listing   Pizazz - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 732-5900


Business Listing   Pzazz - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 955-5800


Business Listing   Shafter Pawn Inc - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 841-7999


Business Listing   Stylus Honolulu - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 951-4500


Business Listing   Sugar Mill Pawn Shop - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 678-2823


Business Listing   Swap Shop - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 951-8585




Business Listing   The Ultimate You - Honolulu, HI - Phone: 1 (808) 591-8388


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Helpful Definition for: Resale Shops

A Resale Shop in Honolulu, also termed as charity shop, is an establishment that mostly deals with selling of used or second hand products, either received in charity or collected by their staff. The main attraction of these shops is the low cost of the products available. Since, the products on sale are mostly obtained for free, whatever price the shop-keeper gets for the item, is a profit. The only cost that they need to incur would be the building rent and electricity.

Few of these also specialize in a particular kind of merchandise which could range from ‘Junk’, ‘Books’, ‘Clothing’ to ‘Furniture’ etc, all consisting of products that are not new.

Charity shops have now become quite popular in many parts of the world, for the simple reason that one can afford them at extremely low prices and the government also support them as they promote re-cycling. 

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