Austin: 812 Outdoor Market
812 Mercado is the only outdoor flea in Austin — come and enjoy the family atmosphere every weekend and see the best offers in town. The 812 flea is simply the best.
Outdoor Market has a family friendly park-like setting and features hundreds of vendors selling new and used items. Find live music, authentic Mexican food and beer! Continuous live music starts every market day at noon and ends at closing time.
Items that you can find every market day include furniture, clothes, toys, computers and computer repair services, fruits and vegetables, motorcycles, bicycles, appliances, washers, dryers, refrigerators, sunglasses, new and used tires, window tint; we even have a tattoo artist! Not to mention that the food vendors have created their own customer following who simply won’t eat anywhere else on weekends because the tacos, soups, salads and even Chicago Style Hot Dogs are so good!
Parking is free and admission is $2 per person. Everyone shorter than 54″ is admitted free of charge. Admission Charge for animals is $10 .
The charge for selling merchandise at 812 Market is $ 20 for Saturdays, $ 45 Sundays or $ 55 for both days (If you want to keep others from renting your booth location, 1 month advance rent, $ 220 is due to reserve the space for the month). Come by the office at the flea market Friday afternoons from 11 am to 5pm to pick out a spot and get more details. Or you can just drive up on the day you want to sell and we will give you our best available space. The items that vendors are NOT PERMITTED to sell are any type of food or drinks, including water, no guns, no pornography, or knock-off items. Special Texas State Animal Health License requirements to people selling chickens, (or any birds) and sheep.
Information for Sellers
The charge for the sale of merchandise at 812 Mercado is $ 20 for Saturdays, and $ 45 for Sundays. If you want the two days it will be $ 55. (To reserve the position you need to pay a month in advance, which is $ 220.) Come by the office Friday 11 am-5pm to pay and choose a location or get more details. Also if you want you can come the day you want to sell and we will give you our best available space. Items that sellers are not allowed to sell are; any type of food or drink, including water, no weapons, no pornography, or pirated products. Special licensing requirements from the Texas State of Animal Health to people who sell chickens, (or any type of poultry) and sheep.
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