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The big haul: Shop, swap, and save at 20+ local resellers in Columbus

Here’s the deal — the vintage, resell, and flea market scene is stellar in Columbus, Ohio. Check out our local recommendations.

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Dig through racks of curated clothes at Friendship Flea. | Photo via @friendshipflea

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When it comes to Columbus’ shopping scene, we love a good treasure hunt — especially when it’s a bargain.

The malls are always buzzing in CBUS, but these swap meets, flea markets, vintage shops, and curated events are where the true fashionistas build their wardrobe.

Swap meets and flea markets

  • Mid-Ohio Swap Meet, 717 E. 17th Ave. | Check out this two-day event that happens multiple times throughout the year. Haggle your way to a good deal and take home clothes, home decor, and even car parts.
  • South High Drive-in Flea Market, 3050 S. High St. | Consider this your weekly re-up where vendors from across the city + state will flood to sell clothes and shoes. Sellers will also have a wide selection of basically anything — old furniture, children toys, and baseball cards.
  • Westland Flea Market, 4170 W. Broad St. | If you are looking for a deal, look no further. This market offers everything from head to toe, such as cowboy hats and Jordan sneakers. (Possibly even worn together, creating the first ever “Columbus Cowboy” outfit).
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Find vintage sports threads, including NFL, NBA, and NASCAR, at this Polaris shop. | Photo via @stashhouse614

Vintage shops and resellers

  • Deja Vu Resale Boutique, 11 N. State St. | Shop this Westerville women’s clothing store that updates its offerings each season.
  • Eclectiques Antique Mall, 3265 N. High St. | Get lost in this winding basement that is full of different vendors offering vintage clothes, decor, home goods, and furniture.
  • Eclectic Fashion Alternatives, 3139 N. High St. | Pick up high-end menswear like suits, pants, and dress shoes.
  • Flower Child Vintage, 233 E. 5th Ave. | Pick up outfits ranging from the early 60s to the late 90s, plus vintage home decor and furniture.
  • The Loop Vintage, 1559 N. 4th St. | Find a wide variety of sports merch, workwear, and sneakers.
  • Pink Door Resale, 329 W. Bridge St. | Buy + sell women’s clothing at this Dublin-based boutique.
  • One More Time Consignment, 1521 W. 5th Ave. | This store has been in CBUS since 1975, offering gently used clothes.
  • Second Chances Consignment Boutique, 1803 W. 5th Ave. | Find upscale women’s clothing at this Grandview-based boutique.
  • Smartypants Vintage, 815 N. High St. | Shop a curated selection of vintage clothes that are more geared towards women.
  • Sole Stop, Multiple locations | Buy and sell high-end sneakers like Jordan or Nike, with locations at Polaris Fashion Place and Tuttle Crossing Mall.
  • Street 2 Vintage, 796 Parsons Ave. | Browse colorful sweaters, worn-in workwear, and other threads from the 1990s.
  • Stash House, 1500 Polaris Pkwy. | This store is located on the upper level near Macy’s and offers a wide variety of clothes from the 1990s-2000s. We love the selection of sportswear, ranging from vintage Buckeye gear to old school WWE graphic T-shirts.
  • Uptown Cheapskate, Multiple locations | This donation-based store has four locations and trendy clothes and accessories that are new or lightly worn.
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Sip while you shop at Columbus Flea in the Seventh Son Brewing parking lot. | Photo via @columbus_flea

Curated pop-ups and events

  • Columbus Flea, 1101 N. Fourth St. | This seasonal flea market takes over the Seventh Son Brewing Co. parking lot with a curated mix of clothes, jewelry, home decor + locally-made food and drinks.
  • Friendship Flea, 440 W. Broad St. | Stop by Taft’s Brewpourium every second Friday of the month for Franklinton Fridays to find 20+ local vendors. This is often best done with a beer in hand, just saying...
  • Pop-up Pickers Club, Multiple locations | Check out their Instagram page to find the next location, which is usually in Westerville or Hilliard.
  • SoHud Collective, 2519 Summit St. | Find a traveling bus that is open Wednesday-Sunday with vintage items. You can also see it at Franklinton Fridays, too.
  • Six Ways Market, Multiple locations | Stay tuned for announcements from this regional group that hosts markets featuring 70-80 local vendors. Past locations have included Columbus Brewing Company.

Did we miss your favorite market, shop, or pop-up? Send it our way and we’ll add it to the list.

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