Thrift SCORE was a zine about thrifting by Al Hoff, a woman reporter from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., who loves to thrift.
Subtitled, "the zine about the fun of too much thrifting," Thrift SCORE was the ongoing chronicle of Al Hoff's adventures in thrift stores, which included her experiences with other shoppers, as well as descriptions of popular thrift store items in articles like "Collectible Mania," and tips on second-hand shopping.
Issue 14, the final issue, was published in 1999. In the introduction, Hoff listed several reasons that she was ending the zine, including: "reproducing this has become a major headache," "I'm out of questions and mysteries," and "I hardly even thrift anymore." Read More...