This is one of the most popular and cheapest record stores in the city. They sell the newest pop records, which are topping the charts around the world, for a good deal cheaper than at most other record stores. However, it is not the place to come if you are afraid of masses of people crammed into a few square meters. The store is packed with young people all day, even during working hours. But seriously, it is cheap!
Operating since 1989, this antiques and secondhand market can be found on the corner of Neubergsgate and Professor Dahls gate every Saturday from March to December. Featuring over 70 stalls, the market offers plenty of unique finds from glassware to kitschy art and everything else in-between.
Located in the charming and pleasant Grunnerlokka area of Oslo, the Birkelunden park hosts a popular gem of a flea market every Sunday. Head to the park and wander among the many stalls that sell and trade almost anything you can think of. Everything from lampshades to DVDs and LPs and in between can be found at this flea market.
As the largest used items chain store in Oslo, Fretex has been helping the impoverished since its establishment in 1905. Since its supplies depend on weekly donations, the selection of the store is constantly changing. Some things are constant, though, like the low prices and great deals. This store is operated by the Salvation Army, so you know that your donations will be used effectively. If you want to donate, boxes are available at the store. So pack your unneeded stuff, donate it to the store, and help someone out! You can always find great deals here, so what are you waiting for?