Monday–Saturday 11 am–7 pm
Sunday 12 pm–6 pm
LADIES OF SAN ANTONIO WE WANT YOUR SPRING/SUMMER STYLE!
San Antonio is looking for great ladies spring/summer clothing which includes: shorts, tees, tanks, shoes, dresses, and skirts! Bring in your old favorites for in-store credit or cash!
[Posted Apr 23, 2013]
GUYS, WE WANT YOUR SUMMER STYLE!
Gentlemen of San Antonio our store is currently looking for your summer shorts! Bring in your old favorites for cash or in-store credit. See you soon!
[Posted May 14, 2013]
WE ARE YOUR DRESS DESTINATION!
Looking for summer dresses? You’re in luck San Antonio has a great selection of summer dresses from vintage, mall brands, boutique and one-of-a-kind finds! Check out all the awesome sandals from flat to wedge styles for your summer outfits!
[Posted May 14, 2013]
WE ARE DISCONTINUING THE USE OF PLASTIC BAGS!
Buffalo Exchange has officially gone “bag-less.” The company plans to discontinue all orders of disposable plastic bags for its 47 stores nationwide. This keeps a good deal of plastic out of landfills and prompts customers to remember an earth-friendly alternative for the trip home. The company’s change in policy is expected to keep an estimated 350,000 bags out of landfills every year.
Sustainable living and environmental considerations are a big part of the Buffalo Exchange company culture. The company is a leader in the used fashion resale category, intrinsically highlighting the benefits of reselling and recycling clothing. However, Buffalo Exchange gained notoriety following the introduction of its Tokens for Bags® program; a fund-raising effort that incentivized customers to opt away from using plastic bags by offering a “token” valued at five cents (the cost of one disposable plastic bag) that the customer could donate to one of several local charities every time he or she declined a plastic bag. The program has generated over $420,000 for hundreds of local nonprofit organizations since 1994 and has saved an estimated 8.4 million bags from landfills.
The move to “bag-less” is a logical next step, said Kerstin Block, President and Founder of Buffalo Exchange. “The large majority of our customers will understand that this is a move that is being made in the interest of our environment and that it is intended to begin changing the way we think about how we use disposable products in our everyday lives.”
What about those local charities? No worries. Even without bags, the Tokens for Bags® program will continue. Any customer who brings in their own reusable bag or walks out with their purchase bundled in their arms will still receive a token to donate. “These local charities bring immense value to our communities through environmental protection, animal rescue, and in other ways,” says Block, “and they have served as incredible community partners. The Tokens for Bags® program will continue to provide a fund-raising channel for our community partners and at the same time will thank our customers for living in a socially — and environmentally — responsible manner.”
[Posted Nov 29, 2012]
WE'RE OPEN MEMORIAL DAY, JUST FOR YOU!
Hey Buffalos! The main office in Tucson, AZ will be closed for Memorial Day, BUT all of our stores will be open regualr hours on Monday, May 27. Enjoy your holiday weekend and stop by your local Buffalo Exchange!
[Posted May 7, 2013]
WOAI SAN ANTONIO: “FIND GREAT SAVINGS”
San Antonio’s WOAI-TV Channel 4 News recommends Buffalo Exchange in “Find great savings at Buffalo Exchange” on Jan 16, 2012, 2 1/2 minutes: “Who doesn’t love a great bargain when shopping for clothes? Especially if it involves nothing but designer brands. So we conducted an experiment to see just how far $100 could take us.”
- Best Thrift Store, The Trinitonian, Best of 2012 San Antonio
- Best Vintage Shop, Readers Picks, San Antonio Magazine, Best of the City 2012
- Best Vintage Shop Runner-Up, San Antonio Current, Best of 2012 San Antonio
- Recommended in "Where To Find the Best Bargains," VisitSanAntonio.com, as of Jan 13, 2012
- Recommended in “Find great savings at Buffalo Exchange,” WOAI-TV Channel 4 News, San Antonio, Jan 16, 2012