We understand the urge to scour Chicago’s Randolph Street Market for great deals on one of a kind items. But you don’t have to wait for the weekend to get your shopping started. We’ve got some steals you’ll want to snatch up before you even walk out the door.
The first two people to message “the friendly sellers, Adorn 512 and STC Finds, through Krrb before 6:00 p.m. CST will secure the discounted price and be able to pick up the product this weekend at Randolph Street Market. We’ll even throw in two free tickets so you and a friend can check out the whole show while you’re grabbing your pre-purchased goodies. There’s only an inventory of one, so get clicking! If you miss out, never fear, visit Krrb’s Randolph’s Market preview to see what else you can get your hands on this weekend.
Hand Dyed Silk Wrap Bracelet: $24
Dana Mitchell‘s reputation as a creative maker of delicate jewelry has been growing fast in the Chicago-area suburbs. The former labor and delivery nurse began Adorn 512 two years ago to bring urban style to the suburban shops. Her business is on the up and up due to the popular silk wrap bracelets and hand stamped necklaces. This Emerald Wrap Bracelet features a generous amount of hand-dyed silk to wind luxuriously around your wrist. Its silver beaded accents will add some shimmer to any outfit. Originally $48. Today only, $24!
Olive Baskets: $36
Sumaya and Brian Seccurro have been selling secondhand goods for over 20 years. Based out of Carmel, Indiana, the couple has the market on industrial furniture and home decor cornered. You’ll find a wide range of pickings at STC Finds this weekend at Randolph Street Market. But if you’re itching for some well-worn patina goodness, pick up one of their Olive Baskets. These galvanized buckets are great for storage, whether it’s firewood or umbrellas. Originally $45, today only, $36!
Want to Participate in The Big Deal?
Of course, you do! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can promote your business before, during and after markets and events. A neighborly discount makes everyone’s day!