Flea Markets on Long Island

If you’re looking for a one-stop bargain shopping experience, head over to one of Long Island’s flea markets.  Flea markets sell a wide assortment of goods, from jewelry and furniture, to clothes, electronics, toys, collectibles, fresh produce and baked goods, beauty and custom-made products and home decor at below-retail prices.

Flea markets are ideal for bargain hunting or simply browsing on a rainy day.  There is always something for everyone, and prices are generally lower when buying from a vendor at a flea market.  
 
Here are some flea market bargain hunting tips:  For the best prices, be prepared to do some hard negotiating and save yourself a few bucks.  Browse around before making any large purchases to find the vendors with the lowest prices.  Do some research beforehand so you have an idea of average market prices for the goods you are looking to buy.
 
The following is a list of popular flea markets on Long Island:
  • Tri-County Flea Market & Jewelry Exchange - 3041 Hempstead Turnpike, Levittown
    With over 300 vendors and 40 jewelry booths, get some of the best bargains at this flea market. 
  • L.I. Festival Flea Market - Brookhaven Amphitheater, Farmingville
    This is an open air market  featuring numerous vendors offering their goods and services.
  • Wantagh Flea Market - 3333 Sunrise Highway, Wantagh, NY 11793
    Find hidden treasures and vintage items from numerous vendors.
  • Attias Flea Market and Jewelry Center - Sunrise Highway at Broadway Avenue, Sayville
    This flea market features 150 vendors and 60 jewelers.
  • Shopper’s Village - 121 Hempstead Turnpike, West Hempstead
    Shopper's Village features 130 vendors selling all their goods to the public. 

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