Cheapest place to find scrubs?

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by studentnurse74 studentnurse74, LPN, LVN Member Nurse

Specializes in Gynecology/Oncology.

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Jen2

Jen2

931 Posts

http://www.wholesalecentral.com/bet...rtmfg/store.cfm

I just bought a scrub set last night and paid $10 for it. (Go to "3 pocket scrub sets"--it's on the side tab) I'm sure it's cheaply made, but...as long as it lasts me once a week for one semester, then it's a bargain. I googled cheap scrubs, and found several places that have scrubs on clearance (certain colors and certain sizes only). Also--Walmart sells scrubs for about $15 a top and $12 for bottoms.

Good Luck!

Wow! I just checked this out. Great prices for the set. Will you let us know how they look when you get them?

SusanJean

SusanJean

463 Posts

When we needed scrubs for anatomy lab, we found grand selections at Salvation Army and Good Will stores. Most looked new, matching, too. 75 cents per pair!!

Kabin

Kabin

897 Posts

I see Costco now sells scrubs. I wasn't in the market so I didn't look at the prices.

jenrninmi, MSN, RN

Specializes in L&D. Has 11 years experience. 1,975 Posts

Any suggestions? I checked a few online places, but even allheart.com wasn't that low after shipping is paid. Does anyone know of a lower priced site or store? Thanks

I don't know if you have a Meijer were you live, but they sell them there.

chip193

chip193

Specializes in ER. 272 Posts

WalMart is great - so long as you're not looking for anything fancy (prints, etc.).

The scrubs I wear from there hold up better than some of my wife's expensive stuff that she bought at a regular uniform shop.

Chip

Maggie in NC

Maggie in NC

1 Article; 392 Posts

Don't flame me but, I hate the way WalMart scrubs feel. I really really like 100% cotton scrubs. You have to iron them but, they feel SO much better. Most people could probably care less. I guess it's like sheets-I can not sleep on anything but 100% cotton sheets-the mix of polyester and cotton feel itchy to me.:)

WalMart is great - so long as you're not looking for anything fancy (prints, etc.).

The scrubs I wear from there hold up better than some of my wife's expensive stuff that she bought at a regular uniform shop.

Chip

chris_at_lucas_RN

chris_at_lucas_RN, RN

Has 7 years experience. 1,895 Posts

I look for cheapies at Lydias.com, and TaffordOutlet.com..both have web specials and clearance items at a reasonable cost...Many of them are cute prints, which i like.
Tafford Outlet turns out to have scrubs, but Lydias.com is some kind of quilting and lace website. Maybe it is something slightly different from "lydias.com?"

I never have had problems with allheart. I get my order within a week. Always exactly as described.

I tried some of the URL's listed here. Wholesale Central came up, their minimum order is $300.00. That's a lot of scrubs at $6 a piece. I suppose you could get some people to join in....

The ones that did work out look interesting though.

Thanks!

Altra, BSN, RN

Specializes in Emergency & Trauma/Adult ICU. 6,255 Posts

Tafford Outlet turns out to have scrubs, but Lydias.com is some kind of quilting and lace website. Maybe it is something slightly different from "lydias.com?"

Thanks!

Chris, it's lydiasuniforms.com - nice stuff. Happy shopping. :)

kittykel

kittykel

3 Posts

Costco has scrubs for $15 a set, but no prints.

Kitty

Berta

Berta

219 Posts

I have used a company called Jack l. Marcus http://www.jacklmarcus.com and have have great luck. I'm a plus size gal and find there prices to be far better than the local uniform shops. They have plenty of solid colors and prints. Plus, free UPS shipping with order over $50.

Berta

Berta

219 Posts

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bobnurse

bobnurse

449 Posts

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