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747 Flea Market

73 Parkhurst Sq, Brampton, ON
4 reviews
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747 Flea Market, Brampton Reviews (4)

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By Lavender Kite on Aug 28, 2014
they have fine stuuf but the prices are to high
By Fuchsia Ocelot on Sep 01, 2012
Good stuff here but really noisy and uncomfortable place to be the smell gets to you after a bit but so mij stuff you wish you could see it all over all very good place.
By fashionjunki on Feb 08, 2012
This place is giant and can entertain shoppers of all ages. Mostly mom and pop joints but I stumbled across the the most exquisite little jewelry stand which sold quality costume jewelry at half the price of the retailers I shop at... I usually purchase off of sites like or and I found identical pieces for less. My cousin even ended up buying her bridal party presents from this chic little stand.
By Byzantine Bird on Dec 25, 2009
this place is *huge* - i mean there are several buildings that all interconnect with row upon row of booth upon booth. you can pick up anything and everything: clothing (brand new, imported, second-hand, western, asian, african, etc); custom artwork; furniture (fancy-schmancy italian rococo or stuff perfect to kit out your first dorm room); electronics for your home, your car, your business, your whatever; spy gear (hidden cameras, microrecorders, etc); jewellry - exquisitely real, blatantly fake, or "could be, maybe" real; shoes, hats, accessories, and bling for you, your SO, your kids, or the office secret santa; rugs; swords and other such weaponry (fess up: you always wanted to check out aragorn's sword, didn't you?); home décor ranging from kitsch to the point of tack (how about a ganesha statue with blinking LED lights in eyes and hands and dry ice smoke coming from the trunk?) to the cutting edge of design; and ever so much more.

sick of shopping? take a break in one of the food courts or stop by one of the food vendor booths scattered throughout or check out the farmer's market. heck - while you're in there, get your hair did and have a mani-pedi!
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