Aloha Stadium Swap Meet

Aloha Stadium Swap Meet, Oahu

The Aloha Stadium Swap Meet (view panorama) is the largest flea market in the state of Hawaii, open every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Tons of goods are being offered, ranging from pre-packaged delicacies, coconut syrup, T-shirts, luggage, local antique collectibles, Hawaiian items, sarongs, jewelry, electronics, music, fruits and so much more.

At $1 per shopper (free for kids 11 years of age and under) you get to experience the best treasure hunt you’ll ever have. Who wouldn’t be in a jovial mood if you are paying only half for items that cost double and more in other shops on the island? The prices here simply can’t be beaten. It’s the perfect place to find that unique gift or special souvenir you’ve been looking for. And it’s alright to bargain; the vendors are friendly and you can even ask to sit in their stalls if you get tired from all that shopping.

The Aloha Stadium is located in Aiea on Oahu's south shore. It's about a half hour drive west from Honolulu.

Aloha Stadium Swap Meet Overview

  • The Aloha Stadium Swap Meet is a huge flea market located in the Aloha Stadium
  • It is open on Wednesdays, Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sundays from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Admission is $1 per shopper (free for children age 11 and under)

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Reviews and Comments:
Most items cost less here than at the many souvenir stores in Waikiki. The only downside is that it's quite a drive. I took the public bus on a Saturday and there was a lot of traffic and the bus was overcrowded. People had to stand and it took over an hour to get back to Ala Moana. The selection at the Swap Meet is almost overwhelming. But many vendors sell the same items, so things repeat. You'll find all kinds of souvenirs, but three products you find the most here: T-shirts and dresses, jewelry and bags (luggage). It can easily take a day to get to all the vendors. Also, it is outside and there is no shade.
Olivia, Sat Jun 23, 2012
This was the best place for souveniers and it was huge we had to hire a car to get here and the traffic was a bit hectic,but when we return to hawaii we will sure go back, well worth the drive, dont forget to try a malasada we found them here for sale yummy!!!
Suzanne, Thu May 10, 2012
The swap meet has a huge selection of items. If you want souveniers, go there instead of buying retail. However, stay away from the brand name perfumes. I learned a $40 lesson. The perfume I bought (Juicy Couture) was watered down and almost scentless.
Lisa, Mar 24, 2010