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There are always diamonds to be mined at yard sales. The trick, of course, is finding them. The competitors in "Flea Market Flip" are asked to perform that trick, then they're challenged to refurbish or reinvent the items they've purchased in the hope of reselling them for a profit. Grouped in teams, the contestants in each episode are given a budget of about $500 to hunt for project pieces with potential. The team that does the best job of flipping trash for cash wins $5,000. Passionate flea market fan Lara Spencer, an anchor on "Good Morning America," hosts.

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Flipping buddies take on a pair of picking pals in a challenge for ultimate flea market supremacy.
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Self-proclaimed Geek Girls of Design go up against married flippers in a challenge to create a vignette of cohesive pieces designed for entertaining at home.
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Future in-laws take on a self-proclaimed odd couple in a furniture-flipping contest for $5,000.
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Handy Mandy and her aunt Sandy take on Tyson and Heather, a flipping couple with a military background, in flipping challenges that include Smart Design and Vintage Remix.
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Fab friends take on a pair of dating designers; the teams shop for items on the Flip List including Chic Storage, Style Merge and Mod Makeover.
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A pair of salvage-happy sisters face off against a couple of flipping buddies; the teams hit the flea market to find items to transform from the Flip List including an Industrial Elegance project, High Impact and Dual Design.
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Two teams who pride themselves on their glitz and glam do battle for the $5,000 prize; each team has $500 and only one hour to find three projects from their flip list, which includes Polished Imperfection, Dual Design and East Meets Modern.
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Two teams of married flippers put their skills to the test for $5,000; each team gets $500 at the flea market and one hour to find three projects on their flip list, which includes Vintage Modern, Re-Wrapped Project, and Formerly Al Fresco.
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A pair of designing dudes take on a pair of junk-loving ladies for the chance to win $5,000; each team gets a budget of only $100 plus a time limit of just one hour to find three projects, which they must transform from cheap to chic.
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Two teams of designing neighbors have a showdown at the flea market for bragging rights and $5,000; each team gets $500 to find and flip three projects on their flip list, which includes: Mid-Century Remix, Sustainable Design and Unhinged.
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Two teams receive a budget of $500 each to shop the flea market for three projects on their flip list, which includes Modern Americana, Industrial Revolution and a Freedom of Choice project; a wheelbarrow is transformed into a coffee table.
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Two teams of furniture flippers face off at the flea market for $5,000; the action kicks off when each team receives $500 and one hour to find the three projects on their flip list including Chic Storage, Twisted Traditional and Industrial Workspace.
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It's a family showdown as a woman and her niece battle a pair of siblings for $5,000; each team gets $500 at the flea market and one hour to find three projects from their flip list, including Farm To Table, Vintage Pairs and Stripping Beauty.
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Two mother-daughter duos face off for the $5,000 prize; their flip list includes fun and functional, pattern play and a girl power project.
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Two police officers partner up with the ladies in their lives to go head to head for $5,000; at the flea market, each team gets $500 and one hour to track down bargains for the projects on their flip list of Modern Farmhouse, Bad to Rad and 50/50.
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Two teams of design students from Brooklyn's Pratt Institute School of Design battle; each team gets a budget of $500 and one hour to find three projects from the flip list, which includes Redefined Design, One-For-Two and Art Deco.
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Two teams representing Habitat for Humanity go head to head to win $5,000; seating made from a pilates machine; antique carriage bench.
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Two pairs of twins from the same family battle it out in a furniture flip for $5,000; the competition starts at the flea market where each set of twins gets a budget of $500, and only one hour to find the three projects on their flip list.
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A dining set made of a Leg-O-Matic table and chairs with bamboo side tables; wooden crates and industrial metal legs form a kitchen island; a console made out of a card catalog.
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Denise and Tanya and Stephanie and Josh shop for items on the Flip List at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market in New Milford, Conn.; the teams have one day to complete their transformations before returning to sell their fixed-up finds.
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Two teams of furniture flippers square off for a $5,000 prize; each team receives $500 at the flea market and an hour to find the three projects on their flip list, which includes a Midcentury Mashup, Small-Scale Style and a Dealer's Choice project.

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