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To maintain a safe and sustainable Flea Market, EXPO New Mexico Management has the right to add, delete or change these rules at their discretion and without notice at any time. All vendors must possess a current receipt to set up in the Flea Market. Full rules and information on fines can be obtained in the Flea Market office.
All Vendors must follow all state laws, ordinances, rules and regulations including those pertaining to unfair trade practices and to health and safety as well as all COVID-19 safe practices set forth by the New Mexico Department of Health and EXPO New Mexico.
Space Size: Approx. 18’ x 22’
Vendors must keep their property including vehicles and signage, within the space/spaces they have rented.
Tie downs, stakes, nails, or any other object used to secure canopies in asphalt is strictly prohibited.
Large Vehicles or vehicles w/trailer: A minimum of two spaces is required; this is at the discretion of the FM manager depending on size.
No refunds will be issued for any reason to include weather or emergencies. EXPO New Mexico is not responsible for any losses due to changes in hours or dates.
Vendor must prepay for eight (8) consecutive days to reserve a specific space. Reserve vendors must prepay for their reserved spaces before the last day listed on their receipt or risk losing their reserved location. Reserved Vendors MUST be in their space before 8:45 a.m.; reserved spaces that are not occupied by 9 a.m. will be released to Daily Vendors.
Daily vendors do not need a reservation to obtain a space to sell at the Flea Market. Daily vendors can access the Flea Market through Domingo Rd. & San Pedro St. OPEN Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. Cost: $20.00 (cash only at Domingo entrance, credit card accepted in the FM office)
Vendors wishing to sell items such as baked goods, or vendors wishing to make and sell food items on the grounds must contact the EXPO New Mexico Concessions Department at (505) 222-9737. Vendors will not be sold a space before contacting the Concessions Department.
Beef jerky, permanent makeup, piercings, tattoos etc., require proof of insurance and current licensing issued by the New Mexico Department of Regulation and Licensing. Copies of all current licenses and permits must be on file with the Flea Market office and displayed prominently in the vendors space during any hours of operation. Failure to keep licenses current and displayed will result in revocation of the space.
We are committed to provide a fun and safe shopping venue for customers and vendors, and therefore prohibit the sale of the following items: