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“Had so much fun!”

Festival Marketplace
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: A shopper's paradise spanning a quarter mile from end to end. On aisle after aisle, this air-conditioned mega mall features unique items at discount prices. From high end watches, handbags and designer clothing to cosmetics, footwear, fragrances and decor, there's something for every taste and budget. Includes a food court, plus a farmer's market at one end, and an antique mall at the other. Festival Flea Market Mall, where shopaholics of the world unite.
Reviewed February 25, 2013

Such great stuff and great deals. I love Tango,a store that sells every shampoo you would ever want and while I was there I had my pants altered while I waited . The food court had the best Knishes.

1  Thank karen B
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Reviewed February 21, 2013

Had a bad experience at Crazy Tees. The vendor would not honor the coupons. There are some other good vendors but stay away from this guy.

2  Thank robrobe
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Reviewed February 21, 2013

Even if you just want to walk around and look at the various booths, it's worth it at Festival. It's SO large that you can get in your morning constitutional while you browse. I found a great Dollar & Up store for good, low-priced cards, and their grocery "Going Bananas" is worth the trip just for that store! Their produce looks fresh, and the prices are excellent. There's a nice food court if your spouse wants to sit and read a book while you poke around. We're going back today to check out all the stores we weren't able to see on yesterday's visit.

Thank Linda H
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Reviewed February 11, 2013

First thing you do is to go for the festivalue dollars. many of the merchants will take these just like money. you get them free at the west side of the festival.You might have to wait in line for them, they are very popular now you are ready to shop. watches jewelry, jewelry repair. shoes,cloths. .. good values, furniture, yes. it is all there.. food plaza ,don,t forget the icecream .

Thank Bonnie M
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Reviewed January 28, 2013

When the Festival Flea Market opened quite a few years ago, it was an exciting shopping experience. Now it is a bit "ho-hum." The last few times there, I was not able to find much in the way of unique. The prices are fair, but not overwhelmingly inexpensive. There is a lot of clothes, purses and jewelry, not exactly stylish but more kitsch than anything. If you look, there are some decent finds, but I have not been impressed with my last 2 visits. They have a lot of empty stalls which for me, makes the place somewhat sad. On a good note, however, it is air-conditioned and the food court has some good offerings.

Thank dragondoll
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