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Anaheim’s 3 Favorite Discount Stores


Looking to try out the best discount stores around?

Hoodline scanned the numbers to find Anaheim’s top retailers, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list. Read on for a preview.

1. Daiso Japan

Photo: jacqueline e./Yelp

Topping the list is a Daiso Japan chain location. Located at 673 N. Euclid St. in northwest Anaheim, this is Anaheim’s top-rated discount store, with four stars out of 155 reviews on Yelp.

Yelper Sharon W., who recently reviewed the store, wrote: “Love this Daiso. Lots of parking and everything is so useful and cheap. Most things cost $ 1.50, but some things can. be more expensive depending on what you get. This place is amazing for cooking stuff. “

Yelper Kislev A. added: “Cute and inexpensive functional and superfluous items. Free parking in the large parking lot in the center, but it gets crowded.”

2. Five below

Photo: rubi s./Yelp

Next up is Five Below from Southeast Anaheim, a nationwide chain member at 2226 E. Lincoln Ave. With 4.5 stars out of 12 reviews on Yelp, the discount store turned out to be a local favorite.

Yelper Ceejay L., who recently reviewed Five Below, wrote: “What a fun little store. My tween loves shopping here for cute little things, candy and trendy items like mini brands. We love to visit this place for birthday party gifts and stocking stuffers at Christmas. “

Victoria M. noted: “Can’t say enough good things about this place. Anything between $ 1 and $ 5. You can find some gems here.”

3. Orange County Habitat for Humanity ReStore

Photo: tracy P./Yelp

Last but not least is Habitat for Humanity of Orange County ReStore in southwest Anaheim at 1656 W. Katella Ave. It’s another top pick, with Yelpers giving four stars out of 86 reviews for home improvement and building supplies.

We turned to Yelp for an overview of the store: “Habitat for Humanity of Orange County ReStore locations are non-profit home improvement stores and donation centers that sell new home building materials to the public. and lightly used at reduced prices, ”says the historical section of the company’s Yelp profile. “The inventory includes lighting, rugs, tiles, doors, windows, appliances, furniture, kitchen and bathroom cabinets, sinks, paint and more. a whole new store with every donation. “

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