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The Aloha Flea Market
No ifs ands or buts. . . go here first before you do your shopping in Hawaii. The Aloha Flea Market has lotsa stuff to buy. Many manufacturers and vendors who cannot afford to rent space in Waikiki, sell their goods at the Aloha Flea Market. More importantly, they pass their savings on to you. The merchants set up tents in the parking stalls surrounding the Aloha Stadium.
The Aloha Flea Market is open on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 7:30 am to 3:00 pm.
You should good walking shoes and bring sunscreen, a big hat and a chair for dad. There are lots of people, so keep an eye on the kids. The stadium's parking lot has poll location signs. Most couples split up and meet at a prearranged location. Warning: This is a shop until you drop area. Most people can't go around the stadium more than once. . . and there are four or five circles of shops. This is the place grandma buys those funny t-shirts for the grand kids back home. Go early before it gets hot.
The least expensive way to get there is to take The ride will take about 30 minutes from Waikiki. The fare is $2.00.
Another way to get there is on the Aloha Flea Market Shuttle. The fare is $6.00 round trip and the price includes admission to the market. They make pickups at most of the major hotels in Waikiki. You might have to walk a few blocks to their pickup stops, but its worth it. Most people feel this is the best way to get to the Aloha Flea Market.
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