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If you like to shop and want to be green, it's time to check out Los Angeles flea markets. From recycled treasures and antiques at the new Dodger Stadium flea market to quirky collectibles and vintage clothes from Melrose Trading Post, we've got your go-to guide for flea markets in LA.
Updated: July 21, 2010
Every second Sunday of the month from 9am-3pm, this Pasadena stadium transforms into LA's most famous flea market. Be prepared to shell over $8 for admission. Regulars avoid the high costs of lunch and ATM fees by bringing cash and snacks.
With its low-key crowd and variety of vendors, this Santa Monica arts fair offers thrifty prices on all kinds of goodies: jewelry, furniture, music, books and more. Munch on local fare while you support the nearby elementary school every first Sunday of the month.
Every fourth Sunday from 9am-5pm, Dodgers Stadium hosts LA's newest outdoor marketplace. In addition to the 500 vendors, guests can check out gourmet food trucks, live music, go-carts and tons of kid-friendly activities including bounce houses. General admission is $5 (including parking), VIP tickets are $15, with proceeds supporting local social initiatives. Kids get in free and leashed pets are allowed.