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It's vintage, not old! So save some cash and grab some bargains at the Dubai Flea Market

The sun’s out, but it’s not so hot you’d melt - the perfect time, for a stroll around a market.

Bargain hunters, and sellers, will descend on Safa Park this Saturday (March 7) to barter over clothes, furniture, antiques, DVDs, books, electronics, toys, games and kids stuff.

If you’re more of a stroller than a shopper, it’s still worth popping along. Musicians, actors and clowns will all be performing on the day, for the expected 3,000 visitors.

All you need to do is register online for Dhs220 if you want to be a seller.

Melanie Beese, founder of Dubai Flea Market, says: "I am looking forward to the 8th edition of the Dubai Flea Market. We received extremely positive feedback from sellers and visitors during the past month, so we anticipate even more participants this time. Last time, we reached to the point that sellers packed their belongings already by 11am having sold each single item they brought. Therefore I recommend visitors to show up before noon time - this is the best time for making great deals."

Opening hours for visitors are from 9am to 3pm on Saturday, March 7, entering from Gate 5. Registered sellers must register and unload their items between 6.30am and 8.30am, entering from Gate 3, parking the cars outside Gate 5 afterwards.
The registration fee of Dhs220 includes a registration badge, a fully set up table and two chairs. Interested sellers, visitors and live performers will find all information, contact details and a photo gallery on www.dubai-fleamarket.com or contact 050-2969680.

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