Unique wine glasses are something that every wine lover is always on the lookout for. While we did cover a BIG list of fun and quirky wine glasses, we thought it would be awesome if we share 5 surprising places to find unique wine glasses on the cheap.
Yep, we all love our wine but we don’t want to break the bank buying glasses, right?
So, here you go!
5 Surprising Places to Find Unique Wine Glasses… On the Cheap
1. The local thrift shop or neighborhood garage sale
You can often find some classic, quirky and of course, inexpensive wine glasses. Best part, you can mix and match for an even more unique look!
Neighbors moving away or decluttering? Check out their garage sale for some great wine glasses. Chances are you’ll find a few. They may not be very unique, but you can always change that with a little help. See #5.
2. Your grandma, Mom or aunt’s china cabinet
That’s right. The next time you visit your parents, grandparents or a favorite aunt, raid their glassware… politely! You’re bound to find some delightful wine glasses that maybe pushed to the back because they’re old-fashioned or just old.
A wine glass from 1947 or even earlier? Yep, pretty unique to me!!
Sites like, Overstock.com often have some great deals on unique, quirky wine glasses. For instance, this set of 4 monogrammed tipsy wine glasses at $35 is quite cool, isn’t it? Or how about this light up long spiral stem wine glasses that come in a pack of 12 for $39.99?
Have an Ikea store close to where you live? Lucky you!! Ikea has some pretty unique wine glasses as well. For instance, this BEDÅRANDE white wine glass looks quite quirky with its unique square-ish shape! And for under $5, pretty cheap too!
5. Right HERE!
That’s true!! You can get your own unique set of wine glasses right here!! Or actually, fun, quirky, cute or elegant magnetic wine charms to help you create a unique wine glass from what you have instantly and easily.
So, what are some of your tips for finding a wine glass that’s unique, quirky and yet, leaves money in the budget to buy the wine?! Cheers!