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Daytona Flea & Farmers Market, Daytona Beach

Categories: Farmers Markets, Flea Markets, Food & Drink, Shopping
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3.5/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
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  • We went for pickles and also bought luggage, and popcorn. This is one of the best flea markets I have been to. Wide variety of merchandise 
  • Came looking for Antiques, collectibles, even high end garage sale stuff but it's mostly the same junk you see at run if the mill flea markets. There may be more to the eye than I saw or appreciated. ...  read more »
  • This place is getting bigger every year. And yes they have lots of cheap dollar store stuff... but they also have the lady roasting nuts and the man who makes personalized signs and people from every ...  read more »
  • Great place and lots of stuff. It's huge and has everything. Don't let the sour vendors influence your visit. They should probably give up their space for someone who has positive things to say about a place they make they're livelihood. All sorts of great food, cold drinks and the best Kettle Corn....I always get the 6 bag deal!
  • Not too much to say. Most flea markets you can bargain with but this place is more like a mall. The prices weren't too high but they are set prices. There are a lot of stores that sell the same things and the prices are the same too. We bought shrimp from a guy in the food market and that was truly the best deal we came across..other than that, it's crowed and a good place to wear your fit bit and walking shoes..there's a lot of ground to cover.
  • Great for browsing and looking for off beat and discounted items. It is quite large and while there a lot of repeat vendors there is a lot of original shops as well. Most vendors are friendly and willing to negotiate. The patrons are typical of a flea market and the environment can be a little dirty, hot, and tight walking through the isles especially in the summer and event weekends. It is decent for a flea market.
  • This place is going down hill! We heard alot of the vendors arguing and complaining about the staff that runs the facilities. I see why they have no business there. We meet this one couple that had driven along ways to setup a wood sign business and they were very disappointed by the way the vendors treated them, he was a Elvis impersonator also. We go to flea markets across the US and never have seen one like this one so I wouldn't recommend this flea market!!!😞😞
  • Would love to see more individual craftsmen (women) again selling their own products. It's developed a very "imported from China" feel over the past few years. It's still fun and huge and great though!
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