Thrifting has been gaining popularity over the past several years. In fact, the industry is estimated to become a $33 billion industry by 2021. What was once viewed as an option for college kids, hipsters and Halloween costumes is now a viable and environmentally-friendly way to shop for people of all ages and income brackets. In response to this information, we were curious to know which U.S. cities were the thriftiest in 2017. To find out, we looked at Swap.com purchases made last year to identify cities with the highest number thrifters.
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