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Aloha Stadium Swap Meet, Honolulu
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Sift through thousands of funky trinkets and eclectic collectables at Aloha Stadium Swap Meet. Located a short drive from famous Waikiki Beach, this stadium market features over 400 vendors, making it the largest open-air market in Hawaii. Score a bargain price on beach sarongs and local handmade jewelry or peruse the Hawaiian food stands to get a taste of local island flavor. Add Aloha Stadium Swap Meet to your Honolulu travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Honolulu trip builder.
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  • I was so excited to go here, gotta Love a market! Unfortunately I was disappointed, maybe I was looking forward to it too much!! It was soooo hot and there werent many food & drink stalls available, t...  more »
  • Arrived when it opened. Not all of the booths were open/set-up yet. However we knew what souvenirs we wanted. We visited several booths and found what we were looking for. We got 7 t-shirts for our ki...  more »
  • We travelled on the bus which took at least an hour, but at least you see a little more of the real side of Honolulu. Picked up some bargains which were definitely cheaper than Waikiki. Wear good walk...  more »
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  • Was fun to take the family, great place for souvenirs, and fun to haggle with the vendors. The vendors were all polite and overall the merchandise is pretty good. Just be prepared to walk a lot possibly to find that perfect souvenir.
  • "Don't forget to bring me back something!" is something we ALWAYS hear from the mainland when we come out to the islands. When you visit Hawaii, make a note to NOT MISS THIS PLACE! This is DEFINITELY the spot for souvenirs, island gear, and fresh cut fruit in an ice box. Located at the Aloha Stadium, this Swap Meet has vendors wrapped around the whole stadium. Everything starts looking the same after walking around, too. TIPS for coming here: - REMEMBER where you park your car. It took me a good 15 minutes to go back and look for my car. - Bring a few bottles of water and food to snack on. - Don't forget to wear some comfortable shoes and sunblock - Don't buy everything the moment you get there. WALK AROUND and keep note of the prices of the items you want to purchase e.g. T-shirts, Key chains, sarongs, etc. - Bring CASH. There's a good chance some vendors will let you haggle. - Open only on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. - Refer to their website for more information.
  • A MUST stop if you are looking for great prices on trinkets from the islands during your visit. If you find it in the gift shops you will mostly find it here and it will cost less. T-shirts, carry bags, jewelry, carvings, decals, and more. Food vendors as well as souvenirs. Fresh fruit, shave ice, fresh coconuts, pineapple bread, local jams, etc.... Wear good walking shoes and bring some water. Fun afternoon for a $1.
  • Best place in Oahu to grab suviniers!! Don't have to go to any of the expensive ABC stores on the corner.. This place had everything and half the price!! It was alot of fun walking around and buying things... I had to remember I can't fit everything in my suit case to go back home... lol
  • Lots of cool stuff here. Almost all the clothes are made by the same company, so it's not super hard to find the same print at multiple shops. Which is great if you're trying to match for a family. There is some bargaining that can be done in some boots, which we didn't know when we got there but figured out after a while. You have to know what you are willing to pay for something, and don't feel like you have to pay the price that's listed. It doesn't hurt to ask for something lower. I got some amazing stickers from the Honolulu sticker tent and a really cool steering wheel cover for $5!