Buffalo Exchange

Thrift / Vintage, Apparel
180 Harvard Ave (off Commonwealth Ave. on the B Line)
Boston, MA 02134
(617) 779-7901
Monday
11:00am - 8:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 8:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday
11:00am - 8:00pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 6:00pm

Tips

  • If you're a female, don't bother trying to resell your clothes/shoes here. They're ridiculously picky. However, decent cheap jewelry if you look through the selection.
  • You would be surprised at how many designer pieces of clothing you can find here.. If you have a few hours to spare and don't mind searching this is a great place to find outfits.
  • Service here is terrible
  • Invest in a pair of leather boots! Theyre comfortable, stylish, and theyll keep you dry and warm. You can get everything you need and more at a bargain, here! -Dig #StudentGuide, Boston Fashion
  • The prices are the same as what you'd pay for new stuff at a store.
  • Don't try to sell your clothes here, they barely take anything and give you a terrible price for what they do choose to take
  • This nationwide network of consignment shops offers a variety of modern clothing and accessories - they even have Miu Miu booties! Most items average about $15, and you can sell or trade items.
  • They always need guys' stuff, so if you're a dude with snazzy threads in need of cash, you should come sell your clothes here.
  • Decent selection of second hand clothes, shoes, bags. Cute accessories. You'll have better luck buying than selling!
  • Great store to find deals at I never come out empty handed
  • Get here early if you want them to buy your clothes! The line starts before it opens, and doesn't end all day.
  • Everything is awesome. Good men's selection also. If you are coming to sell, the line can get long and they are sometimes picky - try to bring seasonal - appropriate clothing.
  • They always have killer shoes & dresses. The men's section is lacking, though.
  • Sellers should bring season-appropriate clothing ahead of the season, not at the end of it. If the buyers don't take your things, take donations to Urban Renewal around the block on Brighton Avenue.
  • Don't bother selling here. They're very discriminating in what they take, and you don't get a fair price for the things they do want.
  • They're buying fall clothes: sweaters, jackets, blouses...
  • This "new and recycled fashion" chain offers a great alternative to Urban Outfitters. Well-organized and with a friendly staff, Buffalo Exchange has a wide selection for both men and women.
  • Overpriced but always a wonderful selection!

Nearby places

226 Harvard Ave
122 Brighton Ave (Harvard Ave)
525 Harvard St (at Comm Ave.)