Before discounted goods became ironically fashionable, flea markets were places where you could grab everyday items on the cheap — if you were willing to dig through some junk. Though these flea markets still exist, their new cousins seem to have stolen the limelight — you know, those markets where everyone seems to think the clothes out of their closet are worth a 300 percent markup? If you're ready for the real thing, the Redland Market Village Flea Market is the epitome of the original flea market. The flea market, once known as Bargain Town, is a weekend affair attached to the weekday farmers' market, food court, and covered booths. Sprawling across the parking lot and beyond, tents displaying everything from tools and dish soaps to mattresses and orchids will tantalize your inner deal hunter. Venture to the periphery of the lot to snag some real savings, if only because the sellers there want to get out of the scorching sun. The tacos, pony rides, and fresh produce are the cherries atop this gem, as long as you don't require a millennial with a mustache telling you how he found this $250 vintage couch during his cross-country tour with his folk-punk band.