Trade for new and used items, like Vintage, in Montreal. Earn BTZ to buy and sell on Bunz, or to spend on coffee, groceries and more at local businesses. Help us support sustainable trade in Montreal
Hello, I’m interested in bartering products/services in exchange for photography services of equal value. I specialize in portraits, fashion, products, architecture and design, artistic shoots etc. I have completed a 2 year photography program in college. In exchange, I’m interested in guitar, ukulele, mid-century items and furniture, le creuset cookware, massage, coaching, etc. If you have something to offer just ask. Samples of my work will be shared according to the shooting you have in mind. Montréal area only.
ECO-DEPOT in Lachine
Another warehouse frip but, unlike ARTE they do have a smattering of clothes, as well as containers outside containing all kinds of stuff. Bikes galore, tons of CDS and dirt-cheap DVD's, collectibles, vintage wares, antiques, etc. - all very reasonably priced. The only slight downside is the location - it's off the 20 and the best and easiest way to get there is by car but rest assured, it's well worth the trip.
ATT BARGAIN-HUNTERS : a few blocks away from the Sally Ann on Notre Dame/Guy, you'll find ARTE at 290 rue Murray. This place is HUGE and has everything from antiques to housewares, furniture, art, building materials, old electronics, church pews, a slew of bikes + sporting goods, vinyl, CD's, etc. (only thing it doesn't have is clothing). There are no prices on anything so be prepared to haggle but there are many deals to be had and is totally worth the 5 - 10 minute walk from the Sally Ann....cheers bargain-hunters!