Not all great buys have to come from a mall or retail store. Oftentimes, the biggest savings and most unique items can be found at your area flea markets. From antiques to produce and even jewelry, you can haggle and bargain your way to countless treasures at flea markets. If you’re ready to start your treasure hunt, make a stop at these five Pittsburgh flea markets named the best in the city.

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Trader Jack’s Flea Market
999 Steen Road
Bridgeville, PA 15017
(412) 257-8980

Shop everything from candles to gold and diamond jewelry at Trader Jack’s Flea Market, located in Bridgeville just minutes from Interstate 79. For more than 20 years, Trader Jack’s has been western Pennsylvania’s largest flea market, drawing a unique variety of vendors to its huge indoor/outdoor facility. Since Trader Jack’s is open year-round from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, there’s plenty of time to linger at the hundreds of vendor displays. Even though the lots are typically packed to maximum capacity during the summer months, plenty of free parking ensures that you’ll have no trouble scoring a fantastic bargain.

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Rossi’s Pop-Up Marketplace
200 Loews Drive
North Versailles, PA 15137
(412) 824-3890

Located directly next to the North Versailles Walmart, Rossi’s Pop-Up Marketplace is the best flea market to shop if you’re in the mood for some sweet treats. The marketplace houses two bakeries and an indoor food court, and is home to a variety of produce vendors with booth fulls of candies, nuts and more. Browse a hundred more vendors selling everything from leather to crafts to jewelry to Pittsburgh sports items and even dollar items. Visit Rossi’s Pop-Up Marketplace’s website for Rossi’s Bucks that will save you $1 off a purchase of $10 or more.

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Spotlight 88 Flea Market
Route 65 & 588
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
(724) 538-8721

Twenty-one rolling acres welcomes a diverse mix of vendors and items to Spotlight 88 on the corner of Route 65 and 588 in Beaver Falls. This open-air flea market is the largest in Beaver County, which means that there are plenty of antiques, tools, crafts, housewares and produce to browse. Spotlight 88 is open seasonally from April until Christmas. Check out the market’s calendar for great scheduled events like car swap meets, big sales and more.

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Jonnet Flea Market
Route 22 West
Blairsville, PA 15717
(724) 459-0143

Blairsville’s Jonnet Flea Market is one of the city’s most bustling weekend shopping areas during summer. Nearly 70 vendors draw flocks of locals who help support Blairsville’s local economy simply by shopping the thousands of antiques, clothes, furniture and produce offered by the town’s local sellers. Locally-owned food stands sell diner-style food like sandwiches and hot soups. Jonnet Flea Market is open year-round each weekend from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Butler City Flea Market
205 South Chestnut St.
Butler, PA 16001
(412) 527-0516

More than 20 vendors set up each weekend at the Butler City Flea Market to sell everything from apparel to kitchen appliances. Whether you’re in search of unique collectibles or quality home furnishings, you’ll be sure to find something to suit your taste. There’s plenty of parking at this indoor flea market, which also houses concessions, so you can grab a quick snack while browsing vendor booths. The Butler City Flea Market is open seasonally from May until November.

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Jessica Wasik lives in Pittsburgh where works as a full-time figure skating coach sharing her passion with todays generation of young skaters. A graduate of Robert Morris University with a degree in English Studies, Jessica is also a contributing writer for Allegheny West Magazine. Her work can be found at