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Thrift fit:
- Kuhl pants, $7.
-Gucci tee, $5.
- mission belt, $3.
- Yeezy, retail.
- hipster beanie size premie, $0.
- knock off beacon blanket, $0.
- kid, $45 (Dinner, Netflix and chill)
- subscription to keep said kid, $100k+
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@carreragt7 Congratulations bro!!! Whisper in his ear "Buy low sell high" every 17 seconds. He'll be on here showing everyone up in no time
 
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Two shirts. Hilditch and key French cuff. Looks brand new, still has the fold creases. needed one anyway.

And a shirt that was once cool, but seems super played out now? Les Plus Dorés (LPD NYC) Margiela 57. Eh, it was only a few bucks. it's so douchey, I kinda like it.
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Off the topic of thrifting, but if anybody has a car coming off lease, be sure to check the value of that car before returning it to a dealer and getting charged a disposition fee and the cost of a new set of tires they'll tell you the car needs. Prices for both new and used cars been going through the roof this year, due to a shortage of chips among other things. A real-world example (mine):

My 2019 Subaru Outback has a contractual option for me to buy the vehicle at lease-end (November in my case) for just over $20K. Looking ahead, I plugged the VIN into a used car site and got an immediate offer for $25K. So you know they'd be reselling the car to another driver for $28K or more if they could get it, which they very well could since it's pretty loaded, even though it only has the smaller 2.5L engine. No wonder I've been getting so many friendly emails from the dealer offering to discuss my lease-end options. I'm just going to buy it, it would be a crime to just hand the dealer ~$8K profit for a car they'll sell in a day or two.

Just a heads-up so bros don't leave money on the table. Oh and BTW if you've been commuting less lately and are under the mileage allowance on the lease that has value too, so even if you turn the car back in, make sure you get credit for that.
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Off the topic of thrifting, but if anybody has a car coming off lease, be sure to check the value of that car before returning it to a dealer and getting charged a disposition fee and the cost of a new set of tires they'll tell you the car needs. Prices for both new and used cars been going through the roof this year, due to a shortage of chips among other things. A real-world example (mine):

My 2019 Subaru Outback has a contractual option to buy the vehicle at lease-end (November in my case) for just over $20K. Looking ahead, I plugged the VIN into a used car site and got an immediate offer for $25K. So you know they'd be reselling the car to another driver for $28K or more if they could get it, which they very well could since it's pretty loaded, even though it only has the smaller 2.5L engine. No wonder I've been getting so many friendly emails from the dealer offering to discuss my lease-end options. I'm just going to buy it, it would be a crime to just hand the dealer ~$8K profit for a car they'll sell in a day or two.

Just a heads-up so bros don't leave money on the table. Oh and BTW if you've been commuting less lately and are under the mileage allowance on the lease that has value too, so even if you turn the car back in, make sure you get credit for that.
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So are you going to keep it, or sell it?
 

Jackstraw001

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Off the topic of thrifting, but if anybody has a car coming off lease, be sure to check the value of that car before returning it to a dealer and getting charged a disposition fee and the cost of a new set of tires they'll tell you the car needs. Prices for both new and used cars been going through the roof this year, due to a shortage of chips among other things. A real-world example (mine):

My 2019 Subaru Outback has a contractual option for me to buy the vehicle at lease-end (November in my case) for just over $20K. Looking ahead, I plugged the VIN into a used car site and got an immediate offer for $25K. So you know they'd be reselling the car to another driver for $28K or more if they could get it, which they very well could since it's pretty loaded, even though it only has the smaller 2.5L engine. No wonder I've been getting so many friendly emails from the dealer offering to discuss my lease-end options. I'm just going to buy it, it would be a crime to just hand the dealer ~$8K profit for a car they'll sell in a day or two.

Just a heads-up so bros don't leave money on the table. Oh and BTW if you've been commuting less lately and are under the mileage allowance on the lease that has value too, so even if you turn the car back in, make sure you get credit for that.
/backontopic
Worth a read if you’re looking to sell your car at the end of the lease term.

 

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