New York Flea Markets
New York Flea Markets
New York flea markets are a great attraction for tourists and for bargain hunters. They definitely know where to search or the best deals on antique and vintage items. What if you are a vendor? What will be the best places for you to sell those unique things that you have received as an inheritance or collected over the years? Here is a list of 10 best flea markets in New York for vendors. Have a look and take a pick!
First of all, Grand Bazaar NYC. It is located on the Upper West Side. It is the biggest weekly market in New York, which means the competition for you as a vendor is strong. At the same time, it attracts the most people, so you will definitely find buyers for your vintage items. The market is open every Sunday. Vintage collectibles, antique watches and clocks, limited edition art are all in demand here.
Brooklyn Flea is a market you don’t want to miss. It is situated in One Hanson Place and works every Saturday and Sunday.
Brooklyn is a populated area, crowds of shoppers are roaming about the flea market every weekend. Do you own antique furniture, handmade jewelry or vintage clothing? This is a place for you to present your collections.
Chelsea Antiques Garage is a place in Manhattan that attracts thousands of people on Saturday and Sunday. This is a two floors indoor parking where you can sell your unique goods for a good price. Definitely worth your attention.
East 67th Street Market works every Saturday. This is an old market (has been working since 1970s) and it has its loyal clients. Apart from antique collectibles you can sell fresh produce here.
Check out LIC Flea and Food - Long Island City in Queens. Because it sells both delicious food and vintage items, it attracts many visitors. Be sure to present your goods there as well.
If you sell both vintage and contemporary designer items then Artists & Fleas is a place for you. The market is located in Brooklyn and Manhattan and is open every weekend.
Park Slope Flea Market at P.S. 321 is located in Brooklyn on the playground of an elementary school. You can sell your wholesale merchandise here as well as vintage accessories and clothing. And you will definitely find an interested buyer.
Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market is situated in Midtown West close to public transport, which means it attracts thousands of
people every Saturday and Sunday.
Another market in Brooklyn that will be awesome for vendors is Williamsburg Flea Market. Though it is open only on Sunday it is a unique venue for you to sell your wholesale items. People love buying accessories, furniture and home decor here.
And the last but not the least on our list of 10 best flea markets in New York for vendors is GreenFlea in Manhattan. It has been open for almost 30 years and has its loyal customer. Different vendors are featured every week and you can be one of them.