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8 Best Flea Markets in Los Angeles

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Bargain shoppers and vintage hunters rejoice! L.A. is a great city for flea markets, and the Citysearch has compiled a list of the eight best spots to hit up around town. Perennial favorite Rose Bowl makes the list, with a caveat about the admission fee and a tip to BYO lunch. The newest flea market to open up is the LA Flea Market, which debuted last month at Dodger Stadium with rousing success. Other spots to check out: Melrose Trading Post, Pasadena City College, Santa Monica Outdoor Antique & Collectible Market, Long Beach Outdoor Antique & Collectible Market, Santa Monica Art and Antique Fair, and Space 15 Twenty.

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