Arizona October 05, 2015
7 Must Visit Flea Markets In Arizona Where You’ll Find Awesome Stuff
Who doesn’t like finding a good bargain? Whether you’re looking for a set of second-hand dishes for your first apartment or need a new place to look for new additions to your growing vinyl collection, you should add a flea market to your list of shopping stops. You might be surprised at what you find at any of the Arizona flea markets listed below.
1. Electronicfest, Scottsdale
Any other techies reading this article? You may be interested in this particular market, which specializes in selling everything you need to hold a LAN party once again. Formerly known as the Scout’s Computer Swap Meet, a Scottsdale boy scout troop in Scottsdale holds a computer swap meet on the third Sunday of each month to raise funds for the troop.
Electronicfest has been meeting at the Pavilions in Scottsdale, located at 9062 East Indian Bend Road.
Kingman’s Route 66 Swap Meet, Kingman
They keep things simple at this flea market. Need another reason to take a ride along Route 66? If bargain hunting is enticing enough, then head on over to this flea market.
The Route 66 Swap Meet is located at 4120 East Thompson Avenue in Kingman.
3. Mesa Market Place Swap Meet, Mesa
This place prides itself on the 1.25 miles of walking and the sheer number of vendors available, as well as the number of family activities on its premises. With so much space, our guess is that you'll have a difficult time not finding something to take home.
Mesa Market Place Swap Meet is located at 10550 East Baseline Road in Mesa.
4. Phoenix Park ’n Swap, Phoenix
The oldest such market in the region, the Phoenix Park ‘n’ Swap has a little something for everyone. Whether you need unique home decor, some Cardinals gear, or a fun ride for your kids, you can find any of those here.
The Phoenix Park ‘n Swap is located at 3801 East Washington Street in Phoenix and is located along the light rail.
5. Tanque Verde Swap Meet, Tucson
Second-hand items are just the beginning of the great number of things you can find here. Depending on the time of year and who is selling, you can find farm fresh vegetables, antiques, clothes, and even activities to entertain the kids (or husband) while shopping.
The Tanque Verde Swap Meet is located at 4100 South Palo Verde Road in Tucson.
7. Yuma Swap Meet, Yuma
If you're looking for some good deals or trying to test out sales for a business idea, the Yuma Swap Meet (formerly the Yuma Park ‘N Swap) may be a good place to start. They see an average of 30,000 customers each week.
Yuma Swap Meet is located at 4000 South 4th Avenue in Yuma.
6. Thieves Flea Market, Tempe
If you're looking for more vintage items than new, you might want to check out Thieves Flea Market. This month they are re-opening for the season and they specialize in selling vintage, antique, and handmade items.
The Thieves Flea Market is located at 1500 North McClintock Drive in Tempe on the first Saturdays of the month from October through April.
Have you searched through the ever-changing stock at any of these locations? Do you have any cool stories to share? Let us know where you like to find the best bargains in the comments below!