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Lee County Flea Market, LLC

February 13, 2018 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Open since the fall of 1988, Lee County Flea Market LLC., has become east central Alabama’s largest outdoor flea market. Shoppers young and old are sure to find their heart’s desires as used, old, and new items are all available. Although it is such a large market, vendor space rental prices are reasonable. There are 200+ first-come, first-served tables in the field for only $8.00 and there are also covered tables under a shed for $17.00 that must be reserved. Reservations last from sun up on Saturday to sun down on Sunday to give shoppers... 

Weekend Market Finds Home in Abandoned Macy’s Store

February 8, 2018 by mbrophy  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Talk about a flea market flip. Springfield’s Eastfield Mall is transforming their closed Macy’s department store into an upscale weekend market. The Markets at Eastfield will officially open April 7th. 45,000 square feet of the retired Macy’s store will fill with antique, vintage, and new products. Market producer Bill Bullock envisions furniture, appliances, memorabilia, and other goods. All products sold at the Markets at Eastfield will need to meet mall standards, and the overall presentation of the market must fit in with the look... 

Patapsco Flea Market

February 8, 2018 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Where can you find the cheapest prices in town? At the Patapsco Flea Market in Baltimore, MD! They have been open for more than 20 years and have grown to become one of the largest markets to be found anywhere on the East Coast. They offer a unique and fun-filled experience for all who visit. With a total of almost 230,000 square feet of shopping space, this indoor and outdoor market has a variety of sellers and products. Quality goods at affordable prices can be found at Patapsco Flea Market. Name brand merchandise, hand crafted specialty items,... 

Minot Flea Market

February 6, 2018 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Minot Flea Market is the largest flea market in not just North Dakota, but the greater four-state area. The market is held once a month in February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, and November. Check out its first event of 2018 on February 10th-11th. There is quite a selection of items offered at the Minot Flea Market; it is no surprise that the market is so large. They offer wares including but not limited to: antiques, furniture, coins, toys, tools, books, crafts, baked goods, and sports memorabilia. They are currently... 

Behr Barn

January 30, 2018 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Behr Barn is not your typical flea market. It is an indoor market located in the “playground of the Southwest.” It’s always worth the time to check out this unique and special flea market. It is open 7 days a week, so you have plenty of time to see for yourself what the “buzz” is about. Traditionally known for low priced items and collectibles, Behr Barn has expanded the variety of its offerings. There are more than 40 vendors now and a great selection offered to shoppers. There are even exclusive items that are only sold at Behr Barn... 

Southside Market

January 25, 2018 by Molly Nichols  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Southside Market now inhabits the inside of the former Stuckey’s® /Standard Candy Factory.  The factory used to produce the original “Goo Goo Candy Cluster” before moving to a new location. The market may not have fresh candy to offer sellers and buyers, but it does have over 100 vendors. It’s “the place you can find just about anything,” and truly has something for everyone. Founded in 2010, Southside Market has over 60,000 square feet available for vendor booths. There are a large variety of items offered. Antiques, collectibles,... 

Supreme Flea Market

January 23, 2018 by Molly Nichols  
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Supreme Flea Market has it all and they’re still looking for more! The busy market is always seeking new vendors and encourage everyone to inquire about booth rentals. It is a marvelous indoor/outdoor market with everything from new items to services and classes. Vendors can sell new and used items, but the majority sell new items. On the grounds, there are a few small restaurants, two full snack bars, small clothing stores, and a special events area on top of all that the vendors have to sell. There are 30 different shops altogether and they... 

Caesar Creek Flea Market

January 16, 2018 by LisaE  
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Attention all vendors! Do you carry new, used, scratch & dent appliances in your product line? If you do, the owners of the Caesar Creek Flea in Wilmington OH are looking for you! Open every Saturday and Sunday from 9am – 5pm this busy market has over 100,000 square feet of vendor space and they are looking to add to their vendor roster and cover the appliance market. The market is fully heated and air conditioned, and has a very healthy 6,000+ shopper head count each and every weekend. The market keeps up with all the newest trends and has... 

Fun at the Horseshoe Craft & Flea Market

January 11, 2018 by LisaE  
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Do you want to kick off the New Year in style? Come and check out the Horseshoe Craft & Flea Market – recently named Denver’s Best Flea Market! Opened in 2010, the Horseshoe Craft and Flea is every shopper’s one-stop destination for all things handmade, vintage, and arts and crafts style and design. Long known as Denver’s premier indie craft flea market, the vendors at the flea offer a wide selection of modern handmade, vintage and antiques, art, food trucks and more. The markets are held in multiple locations in Belmar and... 

2018: Year of the Flea Market

January 11, 2018 by mbrophy  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

Over the course of 2017, several brick and mortar chain stores shuttered locations, leading media headlines to call the phenomenon a “retail apocalypse.” However, many areas of the retail industry thrived during this tumultuous period. One of the biggest mistakes people made when drawing conclusions about the retail industry was lumping all segments of the industry together. Retail itself will always be alive because people will always have a need or want to buy things. However, this year we saw the way in which people make purchases shift. While... 

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