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Many flea markets have online stores, including Fleabay.net, VFlea.com and others. Fleabay.net offers an online marketplace to post classified ads or browse for products of interest. Similar to a physical flea market, th... More »

As of 2015, consumers can find local flea markets by visiting sites such as AmericanFleas.com, KeysFleaMarket.com and SwapMadness.com. All of these sites allow users to search for flea markets by selecting a state. More »

You can find flea markets in Massachusetts on AmericanFleas.com. The Yellow Pages and Yelp also offer lists of flea markets throughout the state online, as of 2015. More »

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As of 2015, consumers can find local flea markets by visiting sites such as AmericanFleas.com, KeysFleaMarket.com and SwapMadness.com. All of these sites allow users to search for flea markets by selecting a state. More »

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