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Pickens Flea Market

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Noel78 wrote a review Oct. 2019
North Carolina433 contributions302 helpful votes
This is the largest flea market within at least a 100 mile range.There is something for everyone here: fresh food; liquidated groceries; old books; fell-off-the-truck drugstore items; Avon; antiques; MAGA hats; kettle-corn; socks; clothing and shoes; knick knacks; jewelry; baked goods; gun and knife stuff; and even a guy who will sharpen your knives. I never leave empty-handed. There is food for purchase (nothing good or good for you) and bathrooms on site. Free parking. Most dealers are packing up at 12 noon. This runs year round.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Patsybh wrote a review Oct. 2019
Anderson, South Carolina6 contributions1 helpful vote
Two large markets side by side. Friendly vendors. Some are just getting rid of excess items, others sell jewelry, plants, clothes seasonal items and furniture. I have found things that I dearly love her. Wohlford lamps, great art work, crystal,fresh vegetables etc. Just look. You won't go home empty handed. Take cash. Dicker on prices. Get there by 7 am on Wednesday s for best finds
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Date of experience: September 2019
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hhislandman wrote a review Jul. 2019
Hilton Head, South Carolina28 contributions17 helpful votes
Unfortunately, this was what I've found to be the "typical" flea market in the southeast. Very few vendors selling their finds and mysterious oddities, but more so the knock-off sunglasses, etc. I will say, however, that unlike most other flea markets I've encountered, there were at least SOME people selling their finds and mysterious oddities. They were just in the great minority. Also, in early October, it wasn't packed full with vendors, but only maybe 60% full.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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MiniverM wrote a review May 2019
Asheville, North Carolina217 contributions68 helpful votes
It’s a weekly Wednesday market that is a hit or miss if you are treasure hunting. It’s huge and boarders with another flea market, so there’s lots of walking and lots of bartering. It’s really worth a visit, you will probably find what you are looking for !
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Wayne T wrote a review May 2019
25 contributions8 helpful votes
If you are looking for antiques, junk or collectables this is the place. You can spent hours here and never see it all.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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