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Millions of people flock to flea markets every year in order to find clothes, jewelry, home furnishings, antiques, and other merchandise. These busy markets are typically found outdoors in booths and under tents. Similar to a swap meet, flea markets allow people to find secondhand goods that may be difficult to locate in common retail stores. Nowadays there are online directory websites that assist you with finding local flea markets. Take a look at the key terms found below to improve your understanding of these markets.

  • Tianguis – These are open-air markets that can be found in Mexican cities and towns. They are typically held on specific days, and draw in countless individuals and families looking for artwork, agriculture supplies, handmade jewelry, and food products.
  • Bazaar – A type of street market that sells and trades goods and services. These are commonly found in regions like Poland, Albania, Persia, Istanbul, and India. Bazaars offer a wide array of specialty foods, clothing, rugs, and craft items.
  • Pasar Malam – This is a night market that is often found in Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia. Unlike most flea markets, it generally opens for business in the evening, and is typically located in residential neighborhoods. Some common merchandise sold are fruits, shoes, ornaments, incense, and prayer supplies.
  • Swap Meet – A gathering for collectors and enthusiasts. Swap meets are often held for people to exchange or trade certain collectibles. This can include computer software, toys, antiques, and car parts. Online directory sites can help you find swap meet times and dates.
  • Farmers’ Market – This is an indoor or outdoor market that allows for local farmers and vendors to set up booths and sell produce, meats, and prepared foods. Many people shop at farmers’ markets to get organic products at bargain prices.
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    San Bernardino Outdoor Market
    689 S E St, San Bernardino, CA 92408
    (909) 889-9300
    Bombay Bazaar
    3848 N Mckinley St Ste K, Corona, CA 92879
    (951) 272-3820
    Paris Flea Market Accessories
    73350 El Paseo Ste 105, Palm Desert, CA 92260
    (760) 341-5200
    Flea Market Assoc LLC
    450 Ocean Ave, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    (949) 715-1337
    Monroe Development
    1346 E Wilshire Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92705
    (714) 541-9115
    The Kobey Corporation
    3350 Sports Arena Blvd Ste K2, San Diego, CA 92110
    (619) 523-2700
    Chon's Socks
    10962 Valley Mall, El Monte, CA 91731
    (626) 279-5475
    Spring Valley Swap Meet
    6377 Quarry Rd, Spring Valley, CA 91977
    (619) 463-1194
    Dollar Zone
    5685 N Paramount Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90805
    (562) 630-6818
    Gaslamp Reo
    668 6th Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
    (619) 702-7749
    R G Canning Attractions
    4525 E 59th Pl, Maywood, CA 90270
    (323) 560-7469
    National City Swap Meet
    3200 D Ave, National City, CA 91950
    (619) 477-2203
    3145 D Ave, National City, CA 91950
    (619) 474-4057
    Maricela's Discount
    4141 Whittier Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90023
    (323) 260-7788
    Mini Swapmeet
    3110 N Eastern Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90032
    (323) 222-5989

    Looking for a great bargain? Look no further than your local flea market. A flea market is an open-air street market where used merchandise like antiques, knock-off brand purses and clothing, electronics, and trinkets are sold. If you don't mind pawing through tables of items in your search for the perfect deal, a flea market is probably for you. Also called bazaars, flea markets can also be held indoors within a warehouse. People can scout out the deals each and every weekend, and sometimes during the week. Stalls and vendors abound, ready to sell to and haggle with anyone who has a good offer. People who enjoy frequenting flea markets also enjoy heading to outdoor yard and garage sales as well. Mostly, it's all cheap stuff, but sometimes you will find a steal, such as an antique doll, or a great piece of furniture you can fix up for your home. Most flea market merchants take cash only, but some accept credit cards. Whether out on the street or indoors, chances are there's a flea market in your community. Details may be posted online, or in the local paper. You'll often find flea markets, swap meets, and bazaars at carnivals, parks, or other community events. Inexpensive items may include second hand clothing, toys, books, bootleg DVDs, and other special goods. Expensive items may include cars, guns, radios, and TVs. Many times, counterfeit goods are up for sale on the black market, with cheap price tags. Because flea markets and swap meets may be located in inner cities or other unsafe areas, bribes and black market dealings may be the norm. Shoppers should beware purchasing counterfeit or cheap quality goods. Generally, no exchanges or returns are allowed after initial purchase from vendors.
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