I think the whole buffalo thing is a waist of time personally. The money to front $7 for one shirt and say I buy $100 in shirts and i make $14 profit per shirt on a realistic average.That means i profit $100 in shirts The time and energy collecting them and driving there and standing in the hour long line is time waisted. I would rather just buy the things off the rack there to turn the profit. I mean if it's a good deal it's a good deal. You could also spend the three hours thrifting that you spent screwing around with all of it to thrift and hope to hit a jackpot find of some kind. It only takes one decent thing to find to make the same profit or more without the same upfront cost. Just my take I mean last time I was at one of those stores some guy sold his cucinelli boots for $65 and he was stoked to find some crappy j crew shirts.