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Beacon's Closet's Major Sale Will Close Out February

The old Williamsburg store.
The old Williamsburg store.
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You might want to start spring cleaning early this year to make room in your closet for someone else's — specifically, for Beacon's Closet. The buy-sell-trade shop that's a favorite of New Yorkers both real and fictional is cleaning out its own closet on Saturday, February 27th and Sunday, February 28th with prices slashed up to 75% off storewide, pushing current merchandise out the doors to make room for new stuff that'll probably make its way in courtesy of Konmari.

Since the consignment shop is loved by everyone from bargain hunters to costume designers, plan to check out at least one location early on Saturday before the best stuff gets wiped out.

The sale is taking place at every location except Park Slope — so that's Manhattan (10 W 13th St), Greenpoint (74 Guernsey St), and Bushwick (23 Bogart St) —  and all three stores will be open from 11am to 8pm on both days.