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Best Places to Shop in Florida

When it comes to places to shop in Florida, one thing's for certain. There isn't any shortage of them. Whether you favor the outdoor pedestrian malls and shopping districts such Lincoln Road in Miami's South Beach area, outlet malls such as the Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores of Orlando, or traditional mall experiences like the Citrus Park Shopping Center in Tampa, you'll find what you're looking for throughout the sunshine state. More of a flea market fan? We've got that too. Here's a breakdown of the best places to shop in Florida.

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Top Florida Shopping Malls

Malls have become one of the main tourist experiences of modern America, and with tourism being a large part of Florida's economy, developers have certainly stepped up to the plate to provide Floridians, snow birds and vacationers alike with multiple mall options throughout the state. Here are several of the top ones, listed by city.

Orlando Area - Central Florida

The Mall at Millenia

The Mall at Millenia - Boasting a U.S. post office and a currency exchange for international visitors along with a multi-lingual staff, Orlando's Mall at Millenia offers full-scale service indeed. Retail options include brands popular with world travelers such as Coach, Jimmy Choo, Cartier, Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Swarovski. Dining options include P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Brio Tuscan Grille and The Cheesecake Factory. More Info »

Altamonte Mall - Located in the greater Orlando metropolitan area, the Altamonte Mall provides access to numerous specialty-store retail options such as Lane Bryant, Skechers, Banana Republic and American Eagle Outfitters. Those spending the day will appreciate available amenities such as the nursing lounge, soft seating, children's play area and access to copy and fax services. Catch a movie at the AMC theater on site, and chill out at the Elephant Bar Restaurant or the Orlando Ale House once you've had enough time on your feet. More Info »

Galleria Mall in Fort Lauderdale

Florida Mall - On the South Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando, you'll find more than two hundred stores available for your shopping pleasure at the Florida Mall. Amenities include free WiFi and wheelchairs, valet parking and more. Stop by Dylan's Candy Bar with the kids, shop for Mom at Chico's, or turn Dad loose at a variety of sporting goods stores. Fun food and beverage options include the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and Teavana. More Info »

Seminole Towne Center - Orlando residents can enjoy a walking program along with their shopping errands at Seminole Towne Center, along with free WiFi so you can check in with clients before you grab that coffee and hit the shops. Retail options include many American favorites such as the Bath & Body Shop, Dillard's and Perfumania. More Info »

Festival Bay Mall - You can park for free at Orlando's Festival Bay Mall, or arrive conveniently via the popular I-Ride Trolley. With an impressive lineup of stores including Bass Pro Shops, Burlington Coat Factory, Sheplers Western Wear and the Universal Orlando Store, Florida visitors will find any number of worthy souvenirs. There's a fair amount of food fun here as well including Fuddruckers, Monkey Joe's and Cricketers English Pub & Eatery. An on-site cinema is available for catching a flick as a family once the power shopping has been taken care of. More Info »

Orlando Fashion Square - Locals and visitors looking to have the typical mall experience will find a variety of shopping options at Orlando Fashion Square. Van's shoes, Macy's and more are located at this mall. Other retail options include Express, Victoria's Secret and Payless Shoes. Finish off an afternoon of shopping at the mall's Red Star Tavern before heading out to experience Orlando's nightlife. More Info »


Lake Square Mall - The Lake Square Mall in Leesburg boasts a movie theater, kiddy rides, complimentary wheelchairs and styling salons. Retail options such as Belk, Bath & Body Works and Baseline Clothing are available here, as well as Foot Locker and Hibbett Sports. Chow hounds should find Wilhelm's Full Belly Deli and the Tandoor Restaurant of additional interest. More Info »


Bay Street Mall in TampaInternational Plaza - Tourists and locals looking for a full range of shopping options will enjoy the International Plaza in the city of Tampa. Nordstrom, Urban Outfitters, Pandora and LUSH are all popular retail choices, as are Crate & Barrel, Gucci, J. Crew and Kate Spade. A fair number of higher-end dining experiences above the typical mall food choices are available here as well. Of note are Bar Louie, Ocean Prime and the Blue Martini. More Info »

Westfield Citrus Park Shopping Center - An indoor shopping experience designed to look like an outdoor pedestrian shopping district, the Westfield Citrus Park Shopping Center in Tampa provides free parking and an impressive array of retail stores. Eddie Bauer, Coach, Banana Republic and Ann Taylor are a just a few of the Citrus Park shopping options. BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse and the Bourbon Street Cajun Café round out the dining options in addition to Johnny Rocket's. More Info »

Countryside Mall - With more than one hundred sixty stores and close access to the beaches and cultural scene, the Countryside Mall in Clearwater, Florida is worth checking out when you're in the area. With an ice rink and two WiFi lounges, there's plenty to keep the rest of the family entertained while you grab a much-needed afternoon of shopping. Dining options are varied, but include Ruby Tuesday's and Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen. Grab something for Rover at Paw Paws, or divide and conquer between The Disney Store and Coldwater Creek. You'll find just about everything you can think of at this mall. More Info »


DeSoto Square Mall - Located in the town of Bradenton, the DeSoto Square Mall offers free WiFi and wheelchairs to patrons in need of them. Offering stores such as Bath & Body Works, Hot Topic, Macy's and Footlocker, as well as basic mall dining options, this is a resource point for those looking for an affordable afternoon of shopping out of the summer Florida heat. While not a higher-end shopping experience per se, you can get what you'll typically need here while on vacation. Why waste your vacation time driving and parking numerous times when you can pull into one location and get what you need before heading back to the beach? More Info »

Fort Myers

Edison Mall - Featuring Ann Taylor, The Children's Place, Aeropostale and The Disney Store, the Edison Mall in Fort Myers offers shopping options for those who've had their fill of shelling on the beaches. Other fun stores include Yankee Candle, Kay Jewelers and Frederick's of Hollywood. Take a break after shopping at Lee's Day Spa and grab a bite at the Silverspoon Café. Fuzziwig's Candy Factory makes an excellent final stop on your way back to the hotel to enjoy a waterside sunset. More Info »

Fort Lauderdale

Coral Ridge Mall - Definitely a mall for bargain hunters, the Coral Ridge Mall in Fort Lauderdale is home to the likes of TJ Maxx, Marshalls and Old Navy. They've even got a Target and a Publix grocery store. So if you're looking to spend your scones on beach activities and affordable wardrobe upgrades while enjoying snacks in your room, this is definitely the mall for you. Refreshment options include Jamba Juice and TCBY. More Info »

Galleria Mall

The Galleria Mall - Looking to spend a little more? The Galleria Mall in Fort Lauderdale boasts Cole Haan, J. Crew, Soma Intimates and more, for those in search of quality spending options. Baby Gap and Elizabeth Arden's Red Door Spa are on the list as well. Dining options include The Capital Grille, Mama Sbarro, the Blue Martini and Seasons 52. Be sure to hit Godiva before you leave to satisfy that chocolate fix. More Info »


Aventura Mall - Anthropologie, Burberry, Kenneth Cole and more are available for your shopping pleasure at the Aventura Mall in Miami. GUESS, Gap and Bloomingdale's help round out the impressive selection. When you've shopped your fill, check out Alisa's Painted Bistro, Five Guys Burgers and Fries or the Tango Grill. Unwind and get dolled up before a night on the town at Coco's Day Spa & Salon. You can get it all done here, and still have energy left over for the Miami Beach club scene. More Info »

Dadeland Mall - Anchored by Florida's largest Macy's, the Dadeland Mall in Miami houses more than one hundred eighty-five specialty stores, including Brookstone, Tumi, Victoria's Secret and The Limited. Dining opportunities include Villagio Restaurant and The Cheesecake Factory, as well as a variety of counter-ordering options such as Mandarin Express, Mr. Kibeh and Sarku Japan. More Info »

Crystal River

Crystal River Mall - The Crystal River Mall, located in Crystal River proper, is home to numerous mall favorites such as JC Penney, Belk and Sears and offers a Regal Cinema theater. Snack and lunch options include China Max, Fuji Express, Jenene's Gourmet Coffee and Schiano's Pizza. Famous Footwear and Finish Line are among your shoe shopping options, and the Crystal River Mall also has hair and nail salons. More Info »

Boynton Beach

Boynton Beach Mall - With specialty shops like Yankee Candle, Build-a- Bear Workshop and the Nutty Bavarian, gift shoppers will be sure to find what they need at the Boynton Beach Mall in Boynton Beach, Florida. Lane Bryant, Happy Kids, The Disney Store and American Eagle Outfitters are among the clothing options, while Easy Spirit, Steady Steps and Lady Footlocker bring a bit of diversity to the footwear scene. Numerous counter options are available for lunch, including Taco Bell, Chick-fil-A and Sbarro. More Info »

Inside the Galleria Mall


Lakeshore Mall - The Lakeshore Mall in Sebring, Florida puts movies, food and shopping in one convenient location. From Kay Jewelers to Hibbett Sports and Beals, you'll find what's necessary for your regular shopping needs at this mall. There are also a fair number of popular restaurant options, including Red Lobster, Outback Steakhouse, Chili's and Big Kahuna's Burgers and Fries. More Info »


Cordova Mall - The Cordova Mall is one of the larger shopping experiences in the Pensacola area, featuring stores like Ross, Old Navy, Hollister and more for men's and women's fashion. The Body Shop, Regis Salons and The Backrub Store are on the list for health and beauty shops, with Best Buy and Hobby Central on board for entertainment shopping. Chow options include Romano's Macaroni Grill and Red Robin. More Info »


Governor's Square Mall - The Governor's Square Mall in Tallahassee has such stores as Swarovski, Hallmark and Things Remembered for gift options, along with Banana Republic, Express and Dillard's for clothing. Cinnabon, Godiva Chocolatier and Auntie Anne's Pretzels are part of your snack selection, while Talbots, Macy's and Dillard's help round out your choices for professional clothing. For a little fun, try out Perfumania or get a makeover at Merle Norman. More Info »


Paddock Mall - Ocala's Paddock Mall has over ninety specialty stores, a food court and is serviced by the SunTrans Bus #4. Sears, Gap Kids and Victoria's secret made the cut for this shopping venue, as did Cotton On, American Eagle Outfitters and Champs Sports. The Great American Cookie Company, Cold Stone Creamery and Mandarin Express are included in the food fun lineup, with Lane Bryant and Charlotte Russe making the grade for women's fashion. More Info »

Palm Beach Gardens

The Gardens Mall

The Gardens Mall - Offering a mall walkers program and a complete U.S. Post Office along with valet parking, The Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens brings boatloads of high-end shopping options together under one roof. Abercrombie & Fitch, Mephisto, Nine West and Nordstrom are just some of the names you'll notice as you stroll this shopping venue. Talbots, Teavana and Gucci are a few others. More Info »

St. Petersburg

Tyrone Square Mall - With more than one hundred seventy specialty shops, the Tyrone Square Mall in St. Petersburg brings convenience to the power shopping experience. Aside from the Macy's, Dillard's, JC Penney and Sears powerhouse anchors, you'll find such stores as Gap, Pants Towne and Urban Swag. Bonefish Grill, Hooters and Ruby Tuesday top your sit-down dining choices, while Ashley Collectibles, Things Remembered and Perfume World are available for your gift shopping needs. More Info »

Panama City

Panama City Mall - Names like Candy Courtyard, Backyard Grill & More, and Hot Topic made the marquee for the Panama City Mall in Panama City, Florida, as did Aeropostale, Footlocker, Zales and World Market. Food options include Hershey's Ice Cream, Moe's Southwest Grill, Red Lobster and the Tropical Smoothie Café. Health and Beauty options include Merle Norman, MasterCuts, Regis Salon and Bath & Body Works. There's also a spa and cinema, once you're finished shopping and snacking. More Info »


Waterside Shops

Waterside Shops - Christofle, Cartier, DeBeers and Hermes are just some of the retail options you'll be able to enjoy at the Waterside Shops in Naples, Florida. Other popular shops include Ralph Lauren, the Pottery Barn and Juicy Couture. What's not to love? Finish off the day with a snack at the California Pizza Kitchen and a stop at Haagen Dazs. More Info »

Pedestrian Malls and Shopping Districts

Indoor malls and outlet shopping are both great ways to go, but sometimes you just want to feel like you're out on the town. That's when pedestrian malls and shopping districts come into play. There are several luxurious ones in Florida. Following are some of the top choices available.

Fort Lauderdale

Riverwalk in Ft Lauderdale

Las Olas Boulevard and the Riverwalk - Those in Fort Lauderdale preferring a more grown up experience as opposed to hanging with the spring break crowd will find it in the Las Olas Boulevard shopping and dining district, and the nearby Riverwalk. Museums, art galleries, shopping and more abound in this upscale, action-packed area of Fort Lauderdale. Cigar lounges, luxury clothing, multitudes of restaurants and a daily gourmet farmers market make this area worth exploring. Riverwalk in Fort Lauderdale »

Punta Gorda

Fisherman's Village - The Fisherman's Village shopping area in Punta Gorda includes a hair, nail, skin and massage salon along with its waterfront atmosphere and numerous specialty shops. Stores with names like the Courtyard Boutique, Caribongo and the Caged Parrot beckon shoppers, while restaurants like The Captain's Table, the Village Oyster Bar and Harpoon Harry's stand ready to take your order. More Info »

Palm Beach

Chanel on Worth Ave in Palm Beach

Worth Avenue - Passing through Palm Beach? Check out the Worth Avenue shopping district. Christofle, Cartier and Chanel call your name in this bougainvillea - adorned area full of shops and fine dining options. Giorgio Armani, Hermes and Louis Vuitton are also on location, so brand-conscious buyers will certainly not be disappointed. When you're ready to relax with a meal, try Taboo or the Trevini Restaurante. More Info »


Grand Boulevard at Sandestin - With a green space, bank, grocery store and wine shop also on site, you'll be able to get your shopping fix on, and then conveniently get everything you need for home. All in one location in Destin. How cool is that? Grand Boulevard also brings the stores together that shoppers have come to expect. Retail options like Coldwater Creek, The Walking Company, Brooks Brothers and J. Jill are all part of this venue, which includes a salon, galleries and more. Foodies will enjoy chowing down at Cantina Laredo, Mitchell's Fish Market, or The Cheese Bar at Wine World. More Info »

Fort Myers

Gulf Coast Town Center - If you're in Fort Myers, Gulf Coast Town Center offers a mix of budget, upscale and mid-range shopping options. You'll find Bass Pro, Birkenstock and Men's Warehouse along with Sally's Beauty Supply, Super Target and Payless Shoe Source. Costco and Marshall's are also on hand. For food, check out Miller's Ale House, Fresh Planet Café or Amore Brick Oven Pizza. More Info »

Panama Beach

The Unique Architecture and Style of Pier ParkWhen visiting Panama City Beach be sure to stop by Pier Park, this outdoor shopping center has everything you’ll need to make a day of shopping. You’ll find your favorite department stores like Dillard's and JCPenney and they also have shops with local 'beach flavor', like Jake at the Beach and Beach Scene. If you’re looking for accessories such as sunglasses, hats, earrings or a necklace Ron Jon, Bebo'z, Tilly's or Sunsight's has you covered. When you get hungry you can grab a bite at Camille's Sidewalk Café or Margaritaville is always fun as is Reggae J's Island Grill, Buffalo Wild Wings or Five Guys Famous Hamburgers & Fries, for dessert there’s the Marble Slab Creamery. Pier Park in Panama City Beach »

Pembroke Pines

The Shops at Pembroke Gardens - Visitors to Pembroke Pines, Florida will want to check out The Shops at Pembroke Gardens on their designated shopping day. Visit Origins or the Coldwater Creek Spa to attend to your health and beauty needs, while Banana Republic, Victoria's Secret and Chico's are available for women's fashion. Those shopping for gifts will be interested in the Cigar Bar, Yankee Candle and Brighton Collectibles. More Info »

Pompano Beach

Pompano Citi Centre - While more of a "get your basic shopping needs met" than an upscale purchasing experience, you will definitely find a range of options if you're shopping as a Pompano Beach local or a visitor on a budget. Pompano Citi Centre has a range of department stores like Macy's, Sears and Penney's, as well as discount stores like Big Lots and Ross. You can grab a bite at Chili's afterward if you are so inclined, or check out Amato's Italian Grill. More Info »

Dania Beach

Dania Historic Antique Shopping District - Dania Beach visitors who love to stroll and shop will enjoy the Dania Historic Antique Shopping District. In addition to a variety of antique shops featuring items from United States, Europe and elsewhere, you can check out the Blue Butterfly for organic, fair trade clothing and accessories. Also of note is Verona Art, for those interested in reproduction pieces as well as actual antiques. More Info »

Palm Beach Gardens

Legacy Place - If you are going to Palm Beach Gardens and want to do a bit of shopping, then you might want to make your way to Legacy Place. This strollable shopping venue features stores like Ethan Allen, Total Wine and Pier 1 Imports as well as retail options such as Lane Bryant, Men's Warehouse and Barnes & Noble. Hungry? Hit T.G.I. Friday's, Moe's Southwest Grill or Five Guys for a bite. More Info »

South Beach Miami

Lincoln Mall Cafe

Lincoln Road Pedestrian Mall - If you're in Miami Beach, then Lincoln Road is definitely the place to see, be seen, and shop. Pet boutiques, accessory stores and food shops galore adorn this shopping district located in star-studded South Beach. Williams-Sonoma, Argentina International, Surf Style and more are available here, along Crescendos Piano Bar, De Luca Food and Wine, Doraku Sushi and the Soprano Café. More Info »


Pointe Orlando - Enjoy sushi, soup and a great pour at the Funky Monkey Wine Company, or grab something more tropical at Tommy Bahamas. Afterwards, you can walk off dinner by strolling through the shops that Pointe Orlando has to offer. Brands like Brighton, Hollister and River Fruit Tropical Wines are available at this Orlando shopping district, as are Victoria's Secret and Chico's. Finish off the evening with a visit to the Improv Comedy Club or catch a movie at Regal Cinemas. More Info »


Jacksonville Landings

Jacksonville Landing is the premier dining, shopping and entertainment center in the heart of Downtown Jacksonville, right along the river. If you like to shop there are many inviting shops to browse, whether you're looking for name brands or something from local retailers to capture the true flavor of the area. They have jewelry, clothing, a novelty shop, a bookstore, sports memorabilia, a nail salon and gym; this place has it all. When you're ready to take a break and grab a bite to eat, An-Apple-A-Day has salads, homemade soups and smoothies there’s Benny's Steak and Seafood, or Koja Sushi, Hooter's, Maverick's Rock N' Honky Tonk , Vito's Italian Café and The Twisted Martini. More Info »


The Avenue Viera - Melbourne, Florida offers shoppers a relaxing outdoor venue at The Avenue Viera. Kohl's, Merle Norman and Sports Authority made the cut for this venue, as did World Market, Charlotte Russe and Jos. A. Bank. When you've had your fill of shopping, chill out at World of Beer, or grab a meal at the Melting Pot. Panera Bread and Thai Hana are two additional dining options that vegetarians will find particularly helpful. More Info »


Cigar Bar

Pronounced "EE-borh", Ybor City is a historic, Latin Quarter located near downtown Tampa. Ybor City is an exotic blend of aromas, flavors, sights and sounds. As you walk around exploring the eclectic shops you’re filled with the scents of roasting coffee and the rhythms of Latin music. When you get hungry, stop and enjoy authentic tapas and other Latin food with a pitcher of Spanish sangria in a café reminiscent of a Mediterranean village. One thing is a must, you have to stop to see a “hand-rolled" cigar being made, Ybor City is famous for them. Ybor City - Tampa's Latin Quarter »

Popular Factory Outlets

Nothing says bargain like outlet shopping, and you'll find plenty of places to do that here in sunny Florida. From Bass to Disney, and Dress Barn to Eddie Bauer, there numerous brand-name outlet opportunities at your disposal. Here are some of the top options.


Lake Buena Vista Factory StoresLake Buena Vista Factory Stores - Within minutes of Disney, the Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores in Orlando provide a thorough outlet shopping experience. With a food court and playground, along with headliners such as Van Heusen, Osh Kosh, Reebok and Samsonite, this is a bargain shopper's paradise. Other outlet stores at this venue include Wilson's Leather, Timberland, Tommy Hilfiger and the Nike Factory Store. More Info »

Orlando Premium Outlets on Vineland Road - If brands like Ann Taylor, Brooks Brothers, Georgio Armani and Hugo Boss put a spring in your step, then you're sure to enjoy the Orlando Premium Outlets on Vineland Road. A great shopping addition for Orlando locals and tourists alike, this shopping stop includes additional retail choices such as Crocs, Rockport, Lacoste and the Levi's Outlet Store. Have a burger at A & W, grab a sweet treat at The Fudgery or have something more Mediterranean at Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen. Orlando Premium Outlets also offers foreign currency exchange services. More Info »

Premium Designer Outlet Center on International Drive - With stores like Calvin Klein, the Columbia Sportswear Company and the Ann Taylor Factory store headlining, how can you go wrong? The Premium Designer Outlet Center on International Drive in Orlando offers must-hit shops for locals and international tourists alike. DKNY, Hugo Boss, Kenneth Cole and Maidenform are also names you'll see here. This Orlando outlet center brings a boatload of diversity and quality brand names to the shopping table. More Info »


Dolphin Mall

Dolphin Mall - The Dolphin Mall in Miami is an outlet shopping Mecca with stores like The Outlet Store, Coach, the Gap Factory Store, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Nike Factory Store, Dolphin Jewelry Exchange, The Body Shop, Victoria Secret and Old Navy. If your looking for beauty products at outlet prices the also have Perfumania and Bath & Body Works Outlet. When you’re done shopping and want to grab a bite you can enjoy Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar, Kelly's Cajun Grill, KOBE Japanese Steak & Seafood. If you want a little fun while you eat visit Johnny Rockets or Dave & Buster's. If you’d just like a snack or a quick pick me up Starbucks, Cinnabon, Godiva Chocolatier or Haagen-Dazs should do the trick. More Info »

St. Augustine

St. Augustine Premium Outlets - A quaint city known for its historical charm and waterside ambience, St. Augustine has super shopping options as well. And one of them is the St. Augustine Premium Outlets. Adidas, Brooks Brothers and Casual Male made the cut for this venue, as did Converse, Izod, Bass and Movado. Canes Beach Grill and Rufino's Pizza are among the dining choices, and Chico's makes a great stop for stylish women's wardrobe shopping. More Info »


Inside the Dolphin MallNaples Outlet Center - The Naples Outlet Center is shopping central for visitors and the residents of Naples themselves. Names like Izod, Gymboree and Bass Shoes will catch your attention here, as will Guess, Samsonite and Tommy Hilfiger. Need to grab a bite? You'll find Prime Café, Inka's Grill and Villa Pizza. There's also an arcade, salon and a martial arts studio. More Info »


Sawgrass Mills Outlet Mall - Visitors to the Sawgrass Mills Outlet Mall in Sunrise, Florida can enjoy free WiFi, a soft play area for the kids, and foreign currency exchange services. Naturalizer, Nautica, Elizabeth Arden and more are available here, along with Nordstrom, Neiman Marcas and the Nike Factory Store. Choices for meals include P.F. Chang's, the Rainforest Café and The Cheesecake Factory. Feeling adventurous? Check out their rock climbing wall. More Info »

Vero Beach

Vero Beach Fashion Outlets - If you happen to be heading to Vero Beach, Florida and feel like a shopping fix, be sure to check out the Vero Beach Fashion Outlets. They are a must-hit for the serious shopper on vacation. Brands like Coach, Ralph Lauren and Ann Taylor are there to tempt the fashion hounds, while Hanes, Reebok, and Playtex are standing by for the more practical crowd. Dining options are a little lean here, with only Subway and TCBY on hand, but if you're all about the shopping you can still grab a snack and take a more elaborate meal elsewhere later in the evening. More Info »

Open Air Flea Markets

For the truly adventurous with no set shopping list, Florida offers the classic American bargain hunting experience: flea markets. If you're open to a variety of souvenir possibilities, stroll through the rows of tables and stalls and search out a few treasures. Items you might hope to find? Antiques, collectibles, folk art and vintage clothing. Hey, you might even find one of those old Hawaiian shirts that are worth so much cash these days. The point is, if you keep an open mind, you never know what you might find. Here are some flea market options of note around Florida.


192 Flea Market - If you're in Orlando and looking for a bargain, then 192 Flea Market might be just the ticket. Disney souvenirs, Florida tee shirts, costume jewelry and more are available here, as well as the predictable items that locals might want to track down for cheap. Affordable, functional luggage, knives, watch batteries and other incidentals are also on sale here. More Info »


Sanford Flea World - Don't let the name scare you away from a bargain opportunity, adventure seekers. Sanford Flea World has all of the traditional flea market items shoppers in Sanford expect to find. Inexpensive flip flops for the beach or camp ground shower, sunglasses that won't cause you stress if you lose them at the beach, bargain perfumes and numerous dollar store items are at the ready here. Typical snack bar items are available as well, including gyros, funnel cakes, milk shakes and breakfast items. More Info »


Opa Locka Hialeah Flea Market - Miami residents and penny pinchers who are just passing through will find a variety of bargain options at the Opa Locka Hialeah Flea Market. Need new socks? You're in luck. Candles, sheets and travel scarves are also items you can find here for a song. Remember, even if you need to go with the more upscale fashion items for business, there's no need to overspend on the basics you use every day. So check it out. You might find more here worth your while than you expect, including affordable produce. More Info »

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