Triggerhappy understands that the Salvation Army’s Thrift Shop sells donated items at affordable prices so as to turn the donated goods into cash to support social and community programmes. However, more often than not, the donated items are not desirable objects and are deemed redundant by the donor. The increasing collection of products at the thrift shop is a strong indication that these second-hand items are of little relevance or value to the general public. The Salvation Army Spree is a precisely appropriated design concept, which recognises that the actual items awarded at the funfairs are of little significance to the participants. Identifying interesting parallels between the Thrift Shop and Funfairs items; this concept engages visitors to the Thrift Shop with an interactive and fun-filled event of games with prizes, instead of the conventional retail experience. Apart from moving more items through this new Thrift Shop experience, this concept also positions the Salvation Army as a lighthearted and community driven organisation, which brings a joyous experience to both its donors and the public. In this concept, there is little emphasis on the value of goods sold, instead the focus is to engage visitors on the altruistic act of contributing and donating back to the society through fun and games. We are exacting the formula of funfairs where the true value of the products is derived from the very experience of playing and winning in a game.