Low on Budget still want to satisfy your shopping cravings? Shop from These Flea Markets

Undoubtedly shopping at showrooms and malls are very joyful but the fun of shopping at flea markets are also not less than that and we all love to do that. Most Delhiites prefer to shop at flea markets that can give them the value for money and a lot of products at minimum spending.
Thankfully Delhi has many such markets where people can go to satisfy their shopping cravings without spending so much money and grab a lot of products in it which makes these markets a must visit for all of us.

1. SAROJINI NAGAR
Sarojini Nagar market is one of the most favourite shopping spot for Delhiites. From beauty products, home utilities, electronic items, branded jeans, tops, footwears to jewelleries Sarojini Nagar market have everything. It’s almost impossible to name something which you can’t find in this market.
Bargaining is the key to shop in this market. You can buy anything on a very cheap price in this market. The sellers in Sarojini Nagar market sell rejected import goods (in fabulous condition) at throw away prices.
Timings :- 11 am- 8pm (Closed on Mondays)

2. CHANDNI CHOWK
Chandni Chowk is the oldest market in Delhi. It is called the wedding shopping heaven by the residents of the city. Lehengas, suits, home utilities, electronic items, footwears, jewelleries, books to delicious food this market have everything to offer you. This market also have separate lanes and markets for every item.
Inside the narrow lanes of the area, you can find anything- from stylish bags to dresses with heavy embroideries that will cost a bomb in retail outlets. That’s why not only Delhiites but also people from nearby cities come to this market to shop for their wedding dresses.
Timings – 10 am- 7pm

3. SADAR BAZAR
Sadar Bazar market is situated in Old Delhi. It’s the best wholesale market in Delhi for household goods, electronic items, cosmetics, fashion accessories and toys. Don’t expect an organised shopping lane or structure in this market because you have to hunt for the shops in this market.
The best way to score good deals at Sadar Bazaar is haggle and close the deal on the spot rather than strolling around to shop for later.
Timings:- 10 am-8pm (Closed on Sundays)

4. KAROL BAGH
This is also one of the oldest flea market in Delhi. This market is traditional yet a very modern market of the city. The easiest way to reach this market is to take metro and get down at Karol Bagh metro station on blue line.
This shopping hub offers shoppers the best of garments & apparel shopping as well electronic shopping for the new age customers today. Head to Gaffar Market for low-cost tech- mobiles, gizmos, laptops and other things while the Ajmal Khan Road Market is where you will find the most amazing outfits and designer wears.
Timings:- 10am-9pm (Closed market is closed on Mondays).

5. JANPATH
Janpath is a part of Connaught Place. It’s a flea market which is mostly visited by youngsters, foreigners and tourists. This market is famous for its unique junk jewelleries and accessories on very reasonable prices. This market also offers bags, clothes, footwears etc. for both men and women.
Close to Janpath is also the Tibetan market which sells artifacts like Buddhist gongs, bamboo-shoot pickles & little metal Buddhas and other decor items too.
Timings:- 10 am – 8pm (Closed on Sundays)

6. KAMLA NAGAR
Kamla Nagar market is based in North Delhi near North Campus. That’s why it’s very famous among college going students. This market is always filled with the trendiest clothes on very cheap prices.
This market also have everything to offer you, from ethnic clothes, jewelleries, footwears, phone covers to home utilities. The easiest way to reach this market is to take metro and get down at Vishyavidyalaya metro station and take e-rickshaw from there to the market. This market also have some delicious food stalls and shops to satisfy your hunger pangs.
Timings:- 10 am – 8pm

So, if you are also low on budget and want to shop many products on cheap prices to satisfy your shopping cravings, visit these flea markets.

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