I’ve been selling my jewelry at Treasure Island Flea Market for two years now. It’s one of my favorites since it’s HUGE and less than 30 miles from my house. Not only do I sell there but I also do a little shopping. So today I’m going to share what to buy at Treasure Island Flea Market.
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What to Buy at Treasure Island Flea Market
Let’s start with the succulents! The succulent vendor has been there every month we’ve ever gone.
Even though my patio is full of succulents, I still don’t have every variety so I’ll have to buy a few more next month.
This booth may not look all that exciting but this is the place I buy almost ALL my socks now. Last month we bought 10 pair for $13.50! That included some super cute sock monkey socks with a non-skid sole for me to wear around the house when it starts getting cooler. (Or when SOMEONE in our house turns the air down.)
Everything you see in this photo was $5.00. Jordann always finds some amazing deals here.
After our discussion on frayed hem jeans last month, I just had to take a picture of the fringed jean shorts. Love these but I won’t be wearing mine that short. I’ll stick with ankle length.
I made vintage clothes a separate heading than used clothes just because these are truly vintage and unique. They might require a little more style to wear than the clothes above. The vendors even have clothes and other vintage goodies inside the bus for shoppers to drool and/or laugh over.
Jewelry & Jewelry Cabinets
Of course I’m going to tell you that you should go to Treasure Island Flea to buy jewelry. Even if my jewelry isn’t your style there are LOTS of other handmade jewelry vendors to buy from.
This just might be my favorite thing to buy at Treasure Island Flea! There’s always a long line of at least 10 different food trucks to choose from. We haven’t had anything from any of them that wasn’t good.
My current favorite is Seoul of Taipei, a Korean/Taiwanese fusion food truck. Their short ribs are AMAZING!!! The chicken was good but the short ribs are what I go back to over and over again. Take a look:
Hubby likes the doughnut vendor. A cone of tiny doughnuts is his reward for helping me set up before he takes his Saturday bike ride to burn off the calories.
If you enjoyed this post, you might also like these:
- Treasure Island Flea Video
- My First Time Selling at Treasure Island (take a look and see how much it’s changed in two years)
- 10 Best Flea Markets in California (Yes, TIF made their list!)
- 54 Crazy Things You’ll Find at Flea Markets
- 18 Things You Should Always Buy at Vintage Flea Markets
I’d love to hear what YOU like to buy at flea markets. Leave a comment and let me know.
‘Til the next market,