Tid kvar —

Högsta bud —

A bunch of local swap meets will be arranged throughout Sweden, Norway and Denmark on 16 Saturday.

Tomorrow is Nordic Swap Day, which means a bunch of swap meets will be arranged throughout Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Together the Swedish editions make up the biggest swap meet in the country. Find your local one here!

The swap meets work like this:

– Bring up to ten garments (that are in decent condition).
– For every garment brought, you’ll get a ticket that you can trade for a new garment.

On some local swap meets you’re expected to hand in your garments in advance, so look for information on the above link before going. Everything is free, go sharing economy!, and the garments that aren’t sold will be handed to a local charity shop (which means you won’t get the garments back once you’ve handed them in).

Happy hunting!


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