Aloha Stadium Swap Meet, Honolulu

About Aloha Stadium Swap Meet, Honolulu

Aloha Stadium Swap Meet, Honolulu - Address, Phone Number

Address: 99-500 Salt Lake Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96818, USA

Phone: +1-8084866704

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 03:00 pm Details

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The Aloha Stadium Swap Meet is the largest swap meet in Oahu with hundreds of vendors selling everything form jewelry, clothes, toys, art, crafts, souvenirs, accessories, housewares, fresh produce, rare collectibles, décor items and everything that you can find in a big retail mall.

The meagre entry fee suffices for the bargain that you can get here and if you love shopping, you might just find this place the best shopping experience ever!

Aloha Stadium Swap Meet Ticket Prices

  • Admission fee is USD 1 per person.

Aloha Stadium Swap Meet Opening and Closing Hours

Swap meet:

  • Sunday: 6:30 am- 3.00 pm
  • Wednesday, Saturday: 8.00 am-3.00 pm

How To reach Aloha Stadium Swap Meet by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Salt Lake Bl + Opp Kalaloa St
  • By Taxi
  • By hiring a local Cab
  • By renting a Car/Bike

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  • It's $1/per person to enter. Arrived at 2:10pm and about half of the vendors were already packed up even though it doesn't end until 3pm. All the vendors I saw had the same items repetitively, but decent prices and a lot of items actually made in Hawaii. My husband bought a 100% cotton Hawaiian print shirt actually made in Hawaii for $12.

  • Lots of crafts here which was kind of surprising, if you want to find some home made goods, also there are a lot of food options available. Overall it's a pretty quality activity to spend time at. It's fun.

  • Ok to bring people new to the area, very quite and friendly. I like to ask the vendors if they have stuff and the guy that sells the football team t-shirts was really unprofessional. Instead of looking thru a thousand shirts for one team I asked if they had the carolia Panthers. He looked at me and said yeah and I waited for him to show me where they were, instead he walked away and he never got my money. Their lost not mine. Garlic fries and the snow ice was good tho.

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  • I love the swap meet. But the woman always selling food at the smaller concession stand is SO rude. Every week she has major attitude problems with literally every customer. She needs to go already.

  • The are usually 4 rings to this marketplace. The outermost ring usually sells cheap t-shirts, Hawaiian souvenirs of all kinds, and dried food. The second ring has toys, technology, phone accessories, and as of July 2017, Fidget Spinners! The third ring has a lot of food items to include some grocery like a farmer's market and military gears. The most inner ring is like a garage sale with people selling their old stuffs. This is only the general positioning but of course there will be different stands throughout the rings. The entry is $1 per person. Bring some snacks and water or eat before going because there will only be very expensive concession stands available. They also have shaved ice and fresh coconut throughout the rings. The day will be hot so bring sun screen or umbrella or go super early in the morning. Tourist advice: Don't plan your day there for more than 3 hours. You will feel like a waste of time. But do go there and check out the swap meet.

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