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Mesa Market Place Swap Meet, Mesa

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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3.8/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
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  • Fun to shop with an outdoor environment. A bit hot but to be expected in Arizona. Some great finds. Some junk. However, a place you should definitely stop at. There is food and music when you need a b...  read more »
  • Bargains. Music. Unique. Friendly. My husband and I were looking for exercise, fun and an interesting outing all in one. We stopped by Starbucks, got our fav 'to go' and headed for the Mesa Market Pla...  read more »
  • We love this place. When it cools down it will be cramed! The breakfast is cheap..look for a $2 coupon in the throw away papers. Shop and sip beer! Something for everyone here. In the hot months only ...  read more »
  • Cool place to wander around during the winter months if you have the patience to get in. It can get very busy and just getting into or out of the parking lot with all the snowbirds can be either entertaining or frustrating. If you're not driving drink up and enjoy the ride. They have lot's of stands and everything you can think of and then some.
  • We went yesterday, Sunday morning. According to the website they open at 7 am. We realize this is the "off season, but were shocked at the number of "shops" not opened. (They do close off about half the area this time of year, but most were duplicates, still plenty to see) OK, Sunday morning and hot , BUT by 8 am more shops were finally starting to open. We've gone in "snow bird season" ( Jan) and shops tend to close early. My advice is to go a few hours after posted opening and make sure you have all your shopping/browsing done a few hours before they close. BTW, we asked a merchant why so many shops were still closed well after 7 am and we were told people don't come out that early. Hmmm, maybe if they were constantly open when they should be, people would go.. We specifically went early to beat the triple digits.
  • This was our first time as being a vendor at Mesa Market. What a great experience we had. We have a booth call Smoke and Steel Creations. We make hand crafted horseshoe home decor type items. The response from the patrons at the market was very positive. I think with all the interest in the items we make this Would be a great place to start our new buissnes. Thank you all for stopping and all your complements and your interest in our creations. Look forward to seeing you soon.
  • I'm from minnesota, and I went there yesterday. I was looking at the jewelry of a stand that was kitty corner to the "TURQUOISE exchange" ... at least it was called something along those lines. As I picked up a yin yang bracelet off the table the Mexican man proceeded to push, "oh its black onyx, real silver" and I said ehhh don't really want it, then he said let me take a link outo so it fits your wrist better and I was like that's okay. But he did it anyway. Because he was so persistent I ended up buying it and regretted it right away. We went farther down and saw another American jeweler with all real silver, he took a look at the bracelet and turned out that it was not only stainless steel, but the black in it was ENAMEL. I went back to go get my money back for the man who lied to make the sale, and he lied AGAIN and said no this is black stone and Mexican silver. He changed the "stone" type now. He handed me over to another employee cause he couldn't handle the fact he was lying. They told me to pick something else out but I demanded my money back. Very very bad experience.
  • There are some really cool shops in here! The problem is that there is so much cheap, dollar store type stuff on tables blocking all the aisles that it's hard to get through! There are tons of elderly people walking around just hanging out and socializing. Makes it hard for those of us who really want to SHOP and spend money to get anywhere! I saw lots of interesting things through the crowd that I'd probably like to purchase, but I just got frustrated and left. I'm not sure why it's turned into a gathering place rather than a place to shop. How do the shop owners make any money? There's got to be a better way....
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