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San Jose Flea Market, San Jose

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
2.7/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
Over 118 acres of shopping, rides and entertainment. Visit us to shop second-hand items and new merchandise in every category. Becoming a vendor is easy. More information:
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  • This is not what it use to be, a place for bargain or haggling about prices. The veggies were just about the same prices as at the grocery stores. The discounts were almost non-existent or lacking. If...  read more »
  • It's not worth the visit as you have to travel a lot in scorched heat for similar items available in several shops. They charge an entry fees too! It's good for street food, fruit etc though a variety...  read more »
  • We had heard so much about this Flea market so decided to go there on Sunday afternoon. After paying 14$ as 4 persons' entrance fees, we walked through rows of shops in scorching Sun. You have to spen...  read more »
  • I am really surprised that they it is necessary to pay entrance fee to go inside this place. It is $3.5, but anyway... Seriously, you are going to the place to spend your money, and you are asked to pay to go inside. Many cheap stuff is sold here, but i'm not sure about the quality. I saw many signs that said No Refunds, so there is no guarantee that you will be able to return or replace the stuff you bought because it did not work or did not fit you. it is might be obvious, but almost whole place is cache only which is not very convenient. Even entrance tickets cannot be paid by card. Good selection of vegetables and fruits, but prices are about the same as prices in the grocery shops where I usually buy stuff. So, no big benefits here.
  • They no longer charge for parking, yay! However they charge $2.50 admission haha...We got there around 10am Saturday, no line to get in, paid fast and easy...We came for a Baptism dress (dress, bonnet, shoes, candle and rosary set for $120) and a fuzzy blanket (queen size $30). We also got snacks and drinks, coconut drink and mango were the bomb...we caught hella pokemons and there were tons of gyms...we see a BART stop coming soon as well...we were out by 12:30 before it got super hot...i love the flea, everything you want from tijuana can be found in san jose!
  • I really enjoy going there, the kids love it, it has rids for the kids, there's a lot to do. Recently they charge for an adult $3.50 (kids are free), but I think it's worthy it since the place is very clean and organized.
  • Its nice and big but you don't get the deals that you used to get 10-15 years ago. They have become too commercialized. Vendors prices are just as expensive as Walmart, or discount stores...SMH
  • Entrance ticket is $2.50 per person on saturdays and $3.50 on sundays +Parking fee is $6.00 Earlier entrance used be free. Great place for antiques/plants/other stuff. Fun to visit the first few times.
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