8 Amazing Flea Markets In New York You Absolutely Have To Visit
Whether you’re looking to spruce up your home with a little redecorating, or just love bargain shopping, there’s nothing like the fun of a day spent at flea markets in New York. It doesn’t matter if you need something specific, are a collector looking for that hard-to-find gem, or enjoy browsing, the carnival-like atmosphere of a flea market is great fun for everyone. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best flea markets in NY – they’re sure to send you home with true treasures that you won’t find anywhere else. They’re all amazing spots and you’re certain to leave with more than you expected to: the deals are simply too good to pass up!
What do you think are the best NY flea markets? Tell us in the comments!
If you’re a bargain hunter with a penchant for vintage shopping, you’ll be happy to know that it’s not just flea markets in New York. Another place you don’t want to miss is this one-of-a-kind store in Western New York.
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Bargain Shopping In New York
April 24, 2021
What are some great vintage shops in New York?
You already know that there are some great flea markets in New York. Did you know there are some great vintage shops in New York, too? Vintage shops are great for your wallet and the environment, so shop smart and buy used!
Bargain hunters definitely don't want to miss Cure Thrift, a funky NYC shop that's just a few blocks from Union Square.
For slightly higher-end antique seekers, we've got a list of amazing antique stores you'll want to check out.
What are some other great places for bargain shopping in New York?
For those hunting for all the deals and steals, there is more bargain shopping in New York to be had.
The numerous charming old nostalgic general stores in New York will have you longing for simpler times, as will East Aurora's Vidler's, one of the last remaining 5 & 10 stores in the entire state (it's barely changed since it opened in the 1930s!).