Thread: Flea Market Goodies

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    • 8 years 3 months ago
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    i LOVE flea markets
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    thanks Debbie

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    thanks Dreamy
      • 8 years 3 months ago
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      I cant find day of the dead on dvd or vhs anywhere. I hate you...jk
        • 8 years 3 months ago
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        I love flea markets and garage sales. You never know what you are going to find there. I love looking threw those boxes of 50 cent action figures and finding really cool ones. I found a pair of gundam walkie talies once for like 5 dollars. And for like a dollar I could have bought she hulk #1 once...im not really a big fan but I should have bought it...
          • 8 years 1 month ago
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          I havent been to a Flea Market in years. I want to go sometime when ever i am out of town.
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            • 4 years 11 months ago
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            I went to a few this year.

            -The first time was at the Virginia Bazaar and I found a whole box of tapes from an old woman from Charlottesville.

            -The second time was from Bill's Flea Market in Georgia.Didn't find anything.

            -The third time was at Flea Market of Norfolk. Bought some Mad Men and Simpsons DVDs.Also could've gotten a Totally Spies VHS.(Don't laugh)
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              • 4 years 9 months ago
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              We have something similar where I live, It's a weekend Market that mixes both new and used items together. If we're talking old items though:

              I got several Anime plushies at one booth for different prices and different times (ranging from 2 dollars to nearly 15).

              A DVD of Child's Play at another booth for some amount (It was cheap lol, got it with DVDs of Transformers: ROTF, Iron Man and that 2004 Thunderbirds movie).

              And a loose, incomplete Kup figure for ten dollars.

              And while I never bought them, they do sell old video games; hell, I even saw an Atari 2600 at one point.
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                • 4 years 5 months ago
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                April 28,2012

                -Lost In Space VHS.
                -The Great Muppet Caper DVD.
                -Escape From New York DVD.
                -Artificial Intelligence DVD.
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                  • 4 years 4 months ago
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                  Quote by kylewhite
                  I cant find day of the dead on dvd or vhs anywhere. I hate you...jk


                  A few years back I was sifting through a pin/button stash at my flea market and found a vintage Day of The Dead pin for a quarter.

                  I went last weekend for the season opener and picked up original Boba Fett, Lion-O (probably give to my Thundercats aficionado buddy) and Captain Planet figures for 50 cents a piece. None of which are collector quality, but maybe I can make a small profit on craigslist.
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                    • 4 years 4 months ago
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                    May 19,2012

                    -Some DVDS.
                    -A McDonalds Jurassic Park Tyrannosaurus
                    cup.
                    -World of Springfield KBBL playset.
                    -Freddy-4-Wheeler Chevron Car.
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                      • 4 years 4 months ago
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                      I bought the Hooters Nervous Night video at the local christin mission thrift store i went to.
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