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Fleamasters Fleamarket, Fort Myers

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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3.6/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
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  • This place is HUGE!! We found some amazing deals!! We bought some bamboo pillows and sheets can't wait to try them. My advise is SHOP AROUND!! We found pillows 2/$35 and other booths were selling 2/$4...  read more »
  • This place has everything you could imagine from food you can only find in Florida (alligator bites anyone?) to tropical plants, accessories, fashion. Really, anything you've ever wanted can be found ...  read more »
  • There was a lot of junk, which was to be expected. The shops that were actual businesses and not glorified yard sales did not have flea market prices. I was hoping for more collectibles. Some of the a...  read more »
  • I've always enjoyed coming here. This flea market is the largest one in the area and is pretty well organized. There are fans to help cool customers down for most of this flea market is outdoors minus the few shops that have AC. There are always interesting things here, people too!
  • They are open on the weekends. I went on Friday and they were only open 9am to 3pm. They have a variety of offerings, from antiques to mattresses. They also offer food and drink. If you'd like to shop and have a beer then you're in the right place. They also have areas where you can buy fresh produce and plants. I will warn you, while there are deals to be found most of the vendors know what they have and charge accordingly. This one particular booth offers Lalique statuettes and Cartier. There are also LladrĂ³. Despite the prices of some places I highly recommend coming. I would suggest that if you want the most offerings come in season. The off season sees a decline in participation, so there's not a lot of activity. Be prepared to walk and dress comfortably. While there are fans and some air it does get warm. I really enjoy my trips here and if you like to browse and talk then this is your place. There are tables to sit down and eat as well. For the most part the vendors are extremely nice and cooperative. In addition to the seasonal variations in participation you'll also find that Saturdays and Sundays are the busiest as well.
  • This place is huge. Plan to spend a couple hours here to be able to see everything. In season this place is packed. I've gone a few times and the best time to go is just after season when items are on sale / discounted because they arent there off season.
  • This place is huge. Some of the shops are air conditioned which makes it nice. If you like flea markets you will love this place.
  • DO NOT STOP AND LISTEN TO THE GUY AT SHOW BIZ SALES. He will waste 2 hours of entertaining you. Then he will lure you in to buying overpriced items that you cannot get out of. Please dont fall a victim to his SCAMS. The management should be ashamed that he is there scamming the elderley.
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