September Deals at Uncle John’s Fleamarket

Talk about a ton of deals!   This weekend Uncle John’s Fleamarket was packed.  Despite the rainy start on Sunday morning, vendors and shoppers alike packed the place full.

The Top of the Hill Barn continues to attract more new vendors.  Katie’s Kollectibles opened a couple weekends ago and she is drawing in collectors from Indiana and Illinois.   Her booths (she has several in the Top of the Hill Barn) are a mix of whimsy and fun (be sure to check out her holiday booth ) and also contain collectibles for the more serious collector.  Even if you don’t buy anything from her – the layout of her booths is worth a tour.  Really nicely done – and better than many antique dealers shops in towns like Geneva, IL – Katie’s Kollectibles is well worth a visit.

Don’t forget to stop by and see LeighAnn & Tim.  Also in the Top of the Hill Barn, they are often set up outside on Sundays while the weather is good.   I’ve started stocking up weekly as they have incredibly great deals and it saves me the hassle of going to WalMart.

If you aren’t already in the know regarding what they sell – Name brand shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, shaving cream, razors, Ax (the men’s bath product line that is super popular now), toothpaste (Sensodyne & Colgate were two brands I noticed today).  Plus laundry soap such as Tide and a whole lot more.  We aren’t talking dented, expired stuff either – their displays put WalMart to shame as everything is organized, reasonably priced and LeighAnn & Tim go out of their way to help you find the products you are looking for.  The odds are, if you use a name brand health and beauty product or cleaning product, they may have it in stock.

 

 

 

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