A GOODWILL fan has revealed how shocked she was to discover wads of cash inside an old suit pocket.
TikTok user Megan Meyer was pleasantly surprised at the popular thrift store to find money tucked away as she scouted out clothing.
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In fact, she pocketed a whopping $630 inside the suit jacket when she visited the store with her sister.
“I told my sister it would be fun to check suit pockets at the Goodwill,” she said. “We found $630 in one single suit.”
According to Meyer, this is not her only Goodwill score.
“I’ve found a lot of other stuff also,” she said.
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“It’s possible, you just have to have the patience.”
Fans recounted their own experiences with similar good fortune in the comments.
“Books are also a good place to look,” one said, while another revealed how they found “four 1984 $50 bills at half-price once.”
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“Yeah I found $1500 in a suit when I volunteered at a thrift store,” another said.
“That’s facts,” said a third. “I worked there 7 years we found money in suit jackets, pictures, couches, shoe boxes, etc.”
Meyer told TheDailyDot she goes to Goodwill stores twice per week.
This time, she said, she and her sister remembered to look for the money right before they left.
“Pretty quickly, she gave me a look and her eyes got super big,” she said of when her sister realized the cash discovery.
“I thought she was just messing with me.
I thought she was just messing with me.
“She grabbed it — it looked like maybe a 20 and a few ones.
“We bought our stuff and headed to the car. When she unfolded it, we were in shock”
The video has been viewed over 200,000 times.
Meyer said she did not expect the video to blow up, but figured she would post it due to recent thrifting trends on the app.
Megan assured fans employees insured her to keep the cash.
The U.S. Sun recently reported that influencer Melody Hyler spotlighted the worst of the worst that the nonprofit secondhand store had on offer, including several items covered in rust, dirt, and even hair.
Also, Grace Carpenter, of Phoenix, Arizona, went to a Goodwill store before picking up her kids from school on May 2 and stumbled across a picture showing a woman holding a cat, which she told for thousands.
Finally, Becky Guiles who goes by Freebie Lady on social media revealed secrets Goodwill staff don’t want you to know.
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