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By: Maika Moulite

Luxury shopping has its appeal, but bargain hunters know the thrill of the find is even bigger when you score that special something… for almost nothing. That’s where Miami’s flea markets come in. Shoppers can find fresh produce, collectibles and antiques, clothing, children’s toys, and even pet supplies at expansive indoor and outdoor flea markets in Greater Miami & Miami Beach. Once you’ve uncovered every deal, celebrate your finds by visiting one of the many dining options available.

The Lincoln Road Antiques & Collectibles Market

The Lincoln Road Antiques & Collectibles Market is an open-air market located between the 800 and 1100 blocks of Lincoln Road in Miami Beach. More than 100 vendors showcase their antique wares including art, furniture, jewelry, vintage clothing and more, with memorabilia and collectibles typically from 1900 through the 1960s. A complete schedule of the market’s seasonal dates can be found on their website, but the market typically runs from October through May. When you’re done antiquing, grab a bite to eat at the Lincoln Eatery, a 9,600-square-foot dining hall with more than a dozen unique dining options. 800 to 1100 blocks of Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Redland Market Village

Best known for its farmer’s market, the Redland Market Village is a family-owned flea market that sits on more than 27 acres of land in South Dade. The farmer’s market features fresh fruits and vegetables, spices, honey and other items for purchase such as clothing, sneakers, toys and more. The Redland Market Village also includes a fish market and, depending on the season, you might find other seafood selections such as shrimp, crab and lobster. 24420 S. Dixie Highway, Miami, FL 33032

Tropicana Flea Market

Open Fridays to Sundays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., the Tropicana Flea Market is located just northwest of Allapattah. It’s one of the largest flea markets in Miami, with more than 200 vendors stationed in indoor and outdoor booths. Shoppers can find clothing, car accessories, pet supplies, furniture, beauty products and so much more. When you get hungry, check out the many food trucks on site serving tacos, smoothies, ceviche, enchiladas and coffee. Pro-tip: Parking is free, but arrive early so you can grab a spot. 2591 NW 36th St., Miami, FL 33142

The Village Flea Market & Mall

If you’re looking for good deals and bargain hunting, then look no further. Located at the Northside Shopping Centre in Miami, a bit east of Hialeah, the Village Flea Market & Mall holds a place of distinction as an air-conditioned flea market with more than 100 vendors. Visitors will find booths that feature apparel, jewelry, and household items as well as barbershops and beauty salons. Dining options at The Village Flea Market & Mall include pizza, ice cream, hot dogs and more. 7900 NW 27th Ave., Miami, FL 33147

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