The 4 Best Places to Thrift Shop Around Tulsa

January 05, 2017

Thrift_Stores-Tulsa.jpgWhether you’re recovering from holiday expenses or chase bargains year-round, it’s always a thrill to find first-rate thrift stores and flea markets. Here are our top five places in Tulsa where you can load your trunk for pennies on the dollar:

1. Tulsa Flea Market
4145 E 21st St, Tulsa
9 miles from Springs at Woodlands South

Open most Saturdays, Tulsa Flea Market is 50,000-square-feet of fantastic finds. Shoppers can browse booths spilling with vintage and hand-crafted jewelry, antiques, books, memorabilia, and more. The market is open most Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

2. Children's Orchard
7820 E 101, Suite D, Tulsa
3.7 miles from Springs at Woodlands South

Children's clothing is often a large and burdensome expense, but buying used can help you save. Children's Orchard is a consignment store that sells gently used children's clothing, shoes, and toys at drastically reduced prices. The shop is always clean and organized, and filled with quality inventory, so you won’t walk away empty handed.

3. Admiral Flea Market
9401 E Admiral Pl, Tulsa
8.6 miles from Springs at Woodlands South

Admiral Flea is the highest rated flea market in Tulsa, as customers enjoy the friendly and helpful ownership, stellar bargains, and inviting atmosphere. Admiral Flea also has a wonderful cafe on site and beer available for thirsty shoppers. It’s no wonder why some out-of-state patrons travel to Tulsa just to shop at Admiral Flea.

4. H.O.W. Foundation Thrift Store
2216 S Aspen Ave, Broken Arrow
4.7 miles from Springs at Woodlands South

A 20-minute drive from Tulsa, H.O.W. Foundation is a thrift store serving to aid rehabilitation for those recovering from drug dependency. The manager, Joe, is a crowd favorite, and H.O.W. has a large and loyal customer base thanks to friendly service, incredible bargains, and a noble cause.

Do you have a favorite thrift store or flea market in Tulsa? Comment below to help fellow residents find the coolest deals in the area!

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