12 Best Flea Markets In Oklahoma
Oklahoma offers a variety of marketplaces including the flea markets which are the best suited for bargain hunters and low budget people. Many family-owned marketplaces host a large number of vendors showcasing various stalls and shops of traditional and unique products year-round. Enjoy the time here exploring the features ranging from vintage items, furniture, art & craft, books, and much more.
If you are a fan of Flea Marketplace and you happen to be in Oklahoma, visit the following places and experience some good shopping time.
1. Admiral Flea Market
The marketplace is located in Tulsa (OK). It is open every Friday year-round from 9 am to 4 pm. You can get a varied range of products from vintage to the latest. The Admiral Flea Marketplace hosts a large number of vendors and visitors throughout the year and gives a good experience of diverse products.
2. Mary’s Swap Meet
It is open year-round every Saturday and Sunday from 5:30 am to 3 pm.
As the name suggests, it is an outdoor-swap meet where you can find good deals. Free admission and more area availability for parking make it a comfy swap meet with friends and family. Every Sunday a Wild West Show is run at 12:45 pm for everyone to enjoy their day out. You can also find unique treasures and livestock here in abundance. It is located at 23rd Street NE of Oklahoma City.
3. Cherokee Strip Company
The Marketplace is located in Ponca City, 15th St SE of Oklahoma City. It has a small flea market area but offers a variety of antiques. The days and hours of operation are not specified; hence, the company provides a hotline (580) 765-0004 & (405) 677-4056. Apart from the flea market, you can also enjoy various tours & sightseeing of Ponca City. The market also includes farm markets and party & wedding rentals, and venue rentals for multiple occasions. The market area is always very well organized and clean. The place offers many exciting and intriguing artefacts.
4. Dog Trade Flea Market
The Dog Trade flea marketplace is located in Sulphur (OK) which opens every Sunday at 5 am throughout the year. This market is a perfect blend of flea marketplace, a yard sale of hometown populace. It has a lot to offer. You can find the products ranging from fruits & vegetables to antiques to tools and much more. Visit here if you want to get a new pet or buy clothes of high-end bargaining.
5. Tulsa Flea Market
It is located in the Tulsa Fairground/ Expo Square. The main entrance is in 1st Block West of Yale Avenue on the 21st street of Midtown Tulsa.
In January 2018, the marketplace celebrated its 46th anniversary. It covers an Indoor area of 50,000 square ft. Which has the relaxing space for all its visitors? The clean and comfortable vicinity makes it a good experience of flea markets. Since admissions are free and ample parking space is available, the Tulsa flea market sees a rise in visitors every year. The place is open most Saturdays between 8 am to 4 pm.
It is a family-owned flea marketplace which offers a diverse collection of vintage, primitive products, books, jewelry, art & craft, and more.
6. Gan’s Mall & Annex: Bartlesville
It is located in Bartlesville NE, Oklahoma. It is open almost every day including holidays between 10 am to 5:30 pm. The Gan's Mall is the leading provider of top-notch products in its flea market and antique malls. It gives a boost to local business and is very friendly to shop and visit.
There are a variety of things to explore and bargain for the hidden gems.
7. Industry Flea
It is located in 10th Street NW of Oklahoma City. It is open every Friday & Saturday from March to September from 9 am to 3 pm. The flea showcases some good local cuisines, cowboy boots and other stuff, vintage products and handmade crafts, and much more. It is a must-visit place in Oklahoma.
It is friendly for a family outing and friends day out.
The Industry flea features live music every Friday and local food trucks every day.
8. The Swap Shop
It is located in Mcclure Ave, Paul's Valley near Amtrak station. The Swap Shop is an indoor flea marketplace which offers great deals on furniture, clothing, unique home decor products, and more. The creativity in everything that surrounds you is amazing. Since the prices are not very high, people find a lot of hidden treasure here for their home and souvenirs. It is open from Monday to Saturday between 10 am to 5 pm year-round. For further information, the marketplace can be reached at +1 405-238-5065.
9. Swick’s Flea Market
The Swick's is only opened on Saturdays year-round from 10 am to 5 pm. It is located in 51st St West Tulsa. They offer both indoor and outdoor shopping experience. From custom built decks to clothes to souvenirs, you can find everything you can ever ask. The atmosphere is friendly enough to bargain and visit the flea.
10. The Old Chicken Farm Sale
The Old Chicken Farm Vintage Barn Sale is full of vintage treasure to local products to electronic junk and everything. It hosts more than 100 vendors and offers a variety of products to its picker. It is located on the East Britton Road in Jones, Oklahoma. It conducts sale shows on specific periods. Next show is on September 7 & 8, 2018 between 10 am to 5 pm on Friday, and on Saturday it's 9 am to 4 pm. You can also reach out at (405) 740-1414 for any question you have.
11. 23rd Street Antique Mall
The market was opened in 1989 by Bill & Danny McConnell. The market is located in the N.W. 23rd street of Oklahoma. It is not usual flea market but a premier marketplace where you can show your bargain skills. The market features antique and old collectibles of Victorian furniture, art glasses, vintage jewelry, beautiful porcelain and pottery including the traditional lighting. The market has also received the 'Reader's Choice Award for Best Marketplace' and hosts more than 60 vendors in an area of 11,000 sq. Ft. The marketplace offers 90-day layaway with local furniture deliveries. It is open year-round from Monday to Saturday between 10 am to 5:30 pm.
12. Gypsy's Gone Junk'n
The market is located in 4th Street C-D Moore right off I-35. It is easy to get there and explore. The market is open year-round between Monday to Saturday. The prices here are so low that you may not feel the urge of bargaining once you visit. The place is Junk only by name not by the things it has to offer. You can find old products, several first copies of high-end brands, and much more at meager prices.
Visit here and enjoy the Cheap day out.