It's such a great series, so let's rank every season of Flea Market Flip from best to worst. If you're a fan of upcycling, renovating, or just creativity, then Flea Market Flip is just the show to get your imagination going. The hit HGTV series revolves around two teams of contestants who are given $500 to purchase a number of items to use in creative challenges. Once the projects are completed, they are then sold to see which team can make more of a profit.
If you're a fan of Flea Market Flip, then be sure to vote on which season is your favorite. If you're new to the Flea Market Flip scene, then here you'll find a brief overview of every Flea Market Flip season to give you an idea of what the show is about and which seasons fans consider their favorites.
Season 5 first premiered on May 17, 2015 and contains 14 episodes. Some of this season's flips include a motorcycle wheel that's turned into a chandelier and a stylish seat made from a prison transport bench.
Some of the popular episodes from this season include "Happy Flipping Hour," "Family Flippers," and "Battle of the British Empire - Brits vs. Kiwis."
Season 9 first premiered on March 19, 2017 and contains 14 episodes. Some of this season's flips include an ironing board that's transformed into a bar and an antique wash bin that's transformed into a hall tree.
Some of the popular episodes from this season include "Table Flippers," "Granny Chic," and "Don't Mess With Texas."
Season 4 first premiered on December 18, 2014 and contains 14 episodes. Some of this season's flips include a 20 sided lamp and a dresser which is transformed into a chair.
Some of popular episodes from this season include "Cops and Flippers," "Battle Of the Dining Sets," and "You May Now Flip the Bride."
Season 10 first premiered on April 1, 2018 and contains 14 episodes. This season, a wooden bench is transformed into a bar cart and barstools and a mirror that are used to create a vanity.
Some of popular episodes from this season include "The 50/50 Flip," "The Legend Of Rotty Cabinet," and "Coffee Is For Closers."