Miami might be known for its glamour and luxury, but there is still a deal or two to be found. These five flea markets will have you walking out with tons of goodies to take home, and they won’t burn a hole in your bank account.
Delighting shoppers since 1992, Tropicana Flea Market boasts over 200 indoor and outdoor vendors. They sell home décor, tools, fresh produce, shoes, clothing, products for pets, cosmetics, bedding, and auto accessories. Parking is free, and prices are low, so you’ll want to make sure this flea market is at the top of your list when you start to go bargain-hunting while in town. The market is open Friday–Sunday from 7 am–7 pm.
The Miami Flea is a great place to find unique and vintage items, such as old handbags and dresses, that you won’t be able to find at any major store. Local artisans and vendors take over the Arts and Entertainment District on Sundays to foster community relationships and to try and create more exposure to the arts. Repurposed and handmade goods, including handmade notebooks, vintage finds, cool vases, and handmade jewelry, take center stage at this flea market. While you’re there, grab some food and listen to some great tunes.
Revelation is a huge indoor flea market selling items such as cell phone accessories and jewelry; it also boasts dollar stores, a tattoo parlor, and salon. Clothing stores and video game shops also line the storefronts of this unique flea market located in Homestead. It might be a bit of a drive down south, but the prices on items are low, and the market has a reputation for being one of the cleanest around.
Redland Market Village is one huge flea market, known for being one of the most eclectic ones in all of Miami. The flea market has tons of delicious fruits and vegetables, as well as Mexican candy, food trucks, cheap embellished flip flops, and a section of the market dedicated to pets. You might go there expecting to buy some fresh fruit and home décor but instead walk out with a cockatoo. This flea market makes this list because it’s a sight to see, and it can take hours to explore everything. Also, make sure you know a few words in Spanish in order to haggle; otherwise, you might walk out with nada.
Give Good Works is like a flea market and thrift store rolled into one, offering some of the rarest finds in all of Miami. It is an easy place to miss while you’re walking or driving through Wynwood, so keep your eyes peeled. Give Good Works might not look like much, but its extensive selection of vintage jewelry and dresses, shoes, records and comic books, home décor, and books is incredible. And the prices are budget-friendly – many other thrift and consignment shops can be pricey.