Aloha Stadium Swap Meet

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The swap meet is a great place for locals or tourists to come and find good deals on shirts, touristy trinkets, and just about anything else you can imagine. While things are a little redundant and you will see the same types of shirts and trinkets everywhere, it is fun to look through them. This is a great place to find gifts to bring home to friends and family!

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★★★★☆

The swap meet is a great place for locals or tourists to come and find good deals on shirts, touristy trinkets, and just about anything else you can imagine. While things are a little redundant and you will see the same types of shirts and trinkets everywhere, it is fun to look through them. This is a great place to find gifts to bring home to friends and family!

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The Aloha Swap Meet is the Hawaiian version of a flea market. It's held twice a week at the Aloha Stadium (Wednesday and Saturday) and costs a mere $.50 to get in.

The abundance of items always amazes me... you can find most anything here for your friends and family on the mainland (if you're visting). There are booths upon booths of mass-produced and hand-made items, and when your tummy starts grumbling or you feel thirst coming on, there are malasadas and shave ice on the premises. The great thing about the Swap Meet is that instead of going to many stores downtown that sell marked-up souvenirs, you can pretty much find what you want/need in a centralized location, and for decent prices.

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★★★★☆

The Aloha Swap Meet is the Hawaiian version of a flea market. It's held twice a week at the Aloha Stadium (Wednesday and Saturday) and costs a mere $.50 to get in.

The abundance of items always amazes me... you can find most anything here for your friends and family on the mainland (if you're visting). There are booths upon booths of mass-produced and hand-made items, and when your tummy starts grumbling or you feel thirst coming on, there are malasadas and shave ice on the premises. The great thing about the Swap Meet is that instead of going to many stores downtown that sell marked-up souvenirs, you can pretty much find what you want/need in a centralized location, and for decent prices.

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This is a great place for the bargain hunter. If you look in coupon books, you can get in for free though it is only 50 cents admission. Bring suntan lotion and water, it is a big area with not much shade. Most of the things found here can be found at a cheaper price than in Waikiki, great place to buy souvenirs and postcards. You can also bargain. If you buy a lot, most of the vendors will give you discounts. There are shuttles there that will bring you to Waikiki but take the regular bus to save money. This is about 1 hour away from Waikiki. They also sell food. The swap is only open on Wed, and the weekends.

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This is a great place for the bargain hunter. If you look in coupon books, you can get in for free though it is only 50 cents admission. Bring suntan lotion and water, it is a big area with not much shade. Most of the things found here can be found at a cheaper price than in Waikiki, great place to buy souvenirs and postcards. You can also bargain. If you buy a lot, most of the vendors will give you discounts. There are shuttles there that will bring you to Waikiki but take the regular bus to save money. This is about 1 hour away from Waikiki. They also sell food. The swap is only open on Wed, and the weekends.

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I love the stuff you can find here. I personally think the private vendors selling their own things have the best stuff, but I still love the other things. I love the dollar necklaces that you can find at the swap meet. I really like buying like ten of them and then they only charge me like seven dollars. They also have a nice selection of bags and swimsuits in the winter. I like the swimsuits, but I still end up getting it else where.

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★★★★☆

I love the stuff you can find here. I personally think the private vendors selling their own things have the best stuff, but I still love the other things. I love the dollar necklaces that you can find at the swap meet. I really like buying like ten of them and then they only charge me like seven dollars. They also have a nice selection of bags and swimsuits in the winter. I like the swimsuits, but I still end up getting it else where.

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Aloha Stadium is where many football games are held but twice a week, there are swap meets, but I would never call it a swap meet. I see the same items being sold after a certain number of tents walk by. Plus you dont really bargain for your prices. Many of the items sold here are for tourist. I have also seen knives and toys but you can buy them cheaper elsewhere. Its cheap to get in but its not worth the time to get there (about less than an hour from town) to walk around the stadium.

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Aloha Stadium is where many football games are held but twice a week, there are swap meets, but I would never call it a swap meet. I see the same items being sold after a certain number of tents walk by. Plus you dont really bargain for your prices. Many of the items sold here are for tourist. I have also seen knives and toys but you can buy them cheaper elsewhere. Its cheap to get in but its not worth the time to get there (about less than an hour from town) to walk around the stadium.

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Set-up on the grounds of the Aloha Stadium parking lot and located in close proximity to Pearl Harbor. They are open Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 6 am to 3pm unless there is a game or event scheduled, then they close at 1pm. The admission is only 50 cents a person. They have vendors that sell virtually everything, along with individuals selling their usable goods (garage sale). Lots of walking, so wear comfortable shoes and bring water or buy a fresh, cold coconut or lemonade slush that they sell.

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Set-up on the grounds of the Aloha Stadium parking lot and located in close proximity to Pearl Harbor. They are open Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 6 am to 3pm unless there is a game or event scheduled, then they close at 1pm. The admission is only 50 cents a person. They have vendors that sell virtually everything, along with individuals selling their usable goods (garage sale). Lots of walking, so wear comfortable shoes and bring water or buy a fresh, cold coconut or lemonade slush that they sell.

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