LITTLE ROCK, AR -- It's a gigantic building packed with everything from clothes to appliances, and all in between.
A brand new place for bargain hunters like Justin Bates.
"It's a lot to look through but you never know what you'll find," Bates said.
But at this outlet store, none of these clothes has a price tag. Instead, it's weighed at checkout. The price is $1.39 a pound.
"I found a pair of Express Jeans my size that have been barely worn and that's not going to even meet the one pound mark, Bates said.
"These items have already gone through our stores and this is a one last chance to sell them," Rebecca Brockman, spokeswoman for Goodwill Stores of Arkansas, said.
After four weeks, the items end up at the Outlet Store before being recycled or ending up in the landfill.
"They're helping the planet. It's a very green concept that we hope everyone will enjoy," Brockman said.
"Maybe they're not from the location the clothes came from and it gives us a second chance to look at the items people missed or didn't want for themselves," Bates said.