Adelaide July Op Shop Tour
Has been dubbed the “Spectacular Savers and Savings Op Shop Tour” is being run on July 18th by the You Us and A Bus team.
It runs from 9am until 1.30pm and op shoppers meet at the Salvos Store on Morphett Street in Adelaide.
It costs $38 and includes morning tea and a seat on the bus to some well researched op shop destinations.
It will include a trip to Savers who have donated a $50 gift card! To be in with a chance of winning it make sure you bring some donations to drop with them and you’ll go into a draw with the other ops hoppers donating on the tour.
You can find out more about the You, Us and a Bus tours on their website here or by following them on Facebook here.
You can also join their Facebook event here, why not invite a few friends to really make a morning of it.
Op shop tours are a great way to celebrate your birthday, Hen’s day, fundraising day, family reunion, baby shower, team day or get some friends together for a unique group experience, they can also customise a 4 or 5 hour private Op Shop tour.
Adelaide July op Shop Tour
The Important Bits
When – July 18th, 9am to shop and the bus will leave at 9.30am
Where – Salvos Store, 422 Morphett Street, Adelaide
Cost – $38
How to Book – Tickets can be bought via Dramatix here.
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Guest post by Joy from Repurposing Joy
As part of the Adelaide Fringe 2015 I took the funtastic opportunity to check out some awesome op shops around Adelaide.
Around 45 women (and my partner!) climbed aboard a charter bus at the meeting point of Red Cross, Rundle Street.
The tour was hosted by the lovely Jo! Jo, originally from Adelaide, now lives and works in Melbourne, but hosts these op shop tours for fun! And we are so glad she does!
Red Cross Rundle Street in Adelaide
Entertaining us with musical numbers and stories, Jo brings us to the first op shop on the tour who have opened the doors especially for us on a Saturday. Not only that, they have provided us with morning tea and a discount on most items. I managed to bag myself some Glomesh at this stop!
Jo from Op Shop Tours Australia
We visited 5 op shops all together, including Goodwill and in between we had fun comparing bargains with all the ladies on the bus.
Before I went on the tour I was unsure on what kind of bags to bring, if any, to store my purchases. I ended up bringing an esky on wheels which proved to be useful for storing breakable items and also for the walk back to the car when we finished! But all of the op shops on the tour supplied us with bags so I need not have worried! Our bus driver, Kaylene was very accommodating in regards to letting us on and off the bus and safe storage of our purchases. She was even seen bagging a bargain or two on the tour!
In Vogue Op Shop
I would recommend op shop tours to anyone with an interest. You spend a comfortable time frame at each shop and it is a great way to locate city op shops without the traffic hassle. Even better, we all went away with an A4 list of Jo’s favourite op shops.
Goodwill Adelaide Op Shop
Huge thanks to Jo for sharing this with us, you can find out more about Repurposing Joy by following her page on Facebook here
where you can find lots of upcycled goods and vintage treasures from her travels.
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