How To Make And Save Money At A Flea Market

You’ve probably heard the term “Flea Market” before. You may have even visited a flea market. But, unless you’re a garage-saling, thrift-storing, antiquing pro, you probably have questions about flea markets, what they are, and how they can help you save and make money.

What is a Flea Market?

Put simply, a flea market is a type of street market in which vendors sell second-hand (or previously-used) merchandise. While you could sell almost anything at a flea market, items such as collectibles, vintage clothing, and antiques are typical merchandise.

Making Money as a Vendor

How to Make and Save Money at Flea Markets

If you’re talented at crafts, upcycling, or a frequent garage-saler or antiquer, then you might consider operating a booth at a flea market as a vendor.

Saving Money as a Buyer

One unique thing about flea markets is the ability to haggle. Haggling is when the buyer and seller negotiate the price of the item until both agree. Buyers will often make an offer on an item, to which the seller can either accept or counter the offer.

Best Flea Markets in the U.S.

If flea markets are your thing, be sure to check out this top 10 list compiled by Flea Market Insiders when you’re in town. 1. 127 Corridor Sale – Addison, Michigan 2. First Monday Trade Days – Canton, Texas 3. Brimfield – Brimfield, Massachusetts 4. Scott Antique Market – Atlanta, Georgia

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