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Join us for Daffodil Day at Pike Place Market

Join us for Daffodil Day at Pike Place Market

Posted March 11, 2021


Saturday, March 20th


11 a.m. - 4 p.m.


On Saturday, March 20th, celebrate the first day of spring with our small businesses, vendors and farmers at Pike Place Market. For the last 24 years, Pike Place Market has celebrated the arrival of spring with daffodils. This year, stop by the Market to pick up your FREE small bundle of daffodils and join in the celebration.

Shop from our Market businesses on Saturday, March 20th, to receive a gift from us when you spend $50 or more at Market businesses, craft tables and farmers. Bring your receipts from your purchases to the Information Tent located under the Market Clock & Sign to redeem your gift. You'll receive an insulated shopping bag*. These bags are perfect for grocery shopping or picking up to-go meals. 

*Combined sales from multiple locations are allowed. You must bring your receipts to the Information Tent between 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 20th. This offer is good while supplies last. 

Pike Place Market Shopping Offer Daffodil Day


The Pike Place Market community is resilient. During the pandemic, Market businesses have been able to stay open to serve our local community. They have adapted to meet our current climate's needs and worked as a dedicated community to support each other. During a time when we could all use some extra love, Pike Place Market is showing love throughout the whole Market as we celebrate spring, and we invite you to join us!

This is your chance to explore your Market like never before and find some new favorite producers. Whether you visit the Market each week or have never been, you will always discover something new throughout this historic nine-acres.


Safe Shopper Pledge


At Pike Place Market, your safety is our top priority, but we can't create a healthy environment without you. Help us keep our workers and shoppers safe by taking the Safe Shopper Pledge. 





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