Flea Markets in Toronto: Shop 'till you drop!
Flea markets in Toronto are scattered everywhere in Toronto. These markets sell products with awesome prices. There are bargains in almost all shops and you can even haggle with the prices in these shops---but don't go down that much to the extent of putting the shop owners in bankruptcy. Bargain your price in a way that both you and and the shop owner are happy.
Flea markets are good places to find stuff you think you won't find. Aside from the cheap / reasonable prices, they are varieties of products you could choose from. Though it could be sometimes crowded in some markets, it's worth it especially when you find what you really want.
These markets have free admissions.
Visit the following flea markets and have fun shopping:
Downtown Park Farmers and Merchandise Market
40 Carl Hall Road, Toronto, M3K 2B6 (Downsview Park - Sheppard Ave. W. and Keele)
Over 600 vendors. Good deals on fresh vegetables and fruits. Yes, they do have clothing, shoes, jewellery, electronics, computers, toys, housewares, furniture, personal items, CDs / DVDs and kids amusement area. When hungry, head to the international food court. Their Antique Market is new. Free parking.
Hours of Operation: Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Web site: www.dpmarket.com
Dr. Flea's Flea Market
Address: 8 Westmore Drive, Toronto, M9V 3Z7 (Highway 27 & Albion Road)
Have you see the doctor? Well, perhaps, almost everybody (if not all), knows this market. With 400 stalls, indoor shopping is never better. It's a climate-controlled building, so, even if it's crowded, it's still comfortable. There's something for everyone here: clothing, comic books, carpets, vegetables, bread, fish, vegetables, electronics---and many many more! They also have international products, such as Italian, Portuguese, Brazilian, Asian, Indian, etc... Free parking.
Hours of Operation: Sat. & Sun. 10 am - 5 pm
Web site: www.drfleas.com
1921 Eglinton Avenue East, Scarborough, Ontario, M1L 2L6 (Southwest corner of Eglinton Avenue & Warden)
This market place has 250 stalls. They have electronics, crafts, clothing, bags, accessories, new and used items, china wares and stalls that accept customized jewelery at reasonable prices.
Hours of Operation:
Wed. & Thurs. 10 – 6 PM
Fri. 10 – 8 PMSaturday & Sunday 10 – 6 PM
Toronto Weston Flea market
404 Old Weston Road, Toronto, Ontario, M6N 3B1 (Old Weston Road & St. Clair Avenue West)
Opened in 1992, this market has 60,000 sq ft area. It has 200 vendors that offer a variety of of goods and services. You can find everything here you can find in the malls but not everything here you can find in the malls. They sell fresh fruits and vegetables, too. Experience a culinary delight at their international cuisine food court. Discount shops are everywhere.
Open: Saturday: 10:00am - 6:00pm; Sunday: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Web site: www.torontowestonfleamarket.com
Lawrence East Market Place
2655 Lawrence E, Toronto M1P2S2, On
It's a flea market, antique market and farmer's market in Scarborough. Inexpensive products in discount shops / stallsL Ladies Clothing, Children Clothing, Jewellery, Leather Goods, Luggage, CD's, Toys, Tools, Shoes, Furniture, Lingerie, Perfume, Watches, Computers, Sunglasses. New and used furniture / electronics are also available.
Jane Finch Market
1911 Finch Avenue West, Toronto ON M3N 2V2
The Sunday Market has created a name for itself for unbelievable bargains over its 30 year history. Conveniently located in Greater Toronto at Jane Street and Finch Avenue inside Jane Finch Mall, the Sunday Market attracts over 22,000 visitors every Sunday, and more than half a million people a year. It is one of the oldest markets in the country.
It is the abundant deals to be had or perhaps the staggering variety of unique merchandise, just to name just a few reasons. It could be thrill of treasure hunting through second-hand goods, bragging about the AMAZING deals on clothes, home furnishings and decor; discovering a unique collectible or a gorgeous piece of gold jewelery, music and books you thought were long extinct, or just the thrill of bartering with vendors, that continues to draw crowds.
Hours of Operation:
Every Sunday – 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
The Pickering Markets
1400 Squires Beach Road, Pickering, Ontario (Highway 401 East & Brock Road South)
Thos is one of the largest flea markets in Canada with 450 vendors / stalls. The huge food court is a must-try for everyone who'll visit this market. They literally have everything here. Name it and they have it!
Hours of Operation: Sat. & Sun. 9 am - 5 pm
Fantastic Flea Market
Dixie Outlet Mall
1250 South Service Road
47 Flea Market
73 Parkhurst Square, Brampton, Ontario (Steeles Avenue & Airport Road)
Jours of Operation: Sat. & Sun. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Brampton Town Flea Market
255 Queen Street East, Brampton, Ontario (Highway 7 & Rutherford Road)
Hours of Operation: Sat. 10 am - 6 pm; Sun. 10 am - 5 pm
Fabulous Flea Market
200 Advance Boulevard, Brampton, Ontario (Dixie Road, one light south of Steeles Avenue)
Hours of Operation: Saturday & Sunday 10 – 5
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