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whats the best/bargains malls

chesterfeild
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whats the best/bargains malls

ive seen so many online and wont have time to visit them all

which are the best for bargians etc?

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1. Re: whats the best/bargains malls

It depends what you are looking for. Clothes, Shoes, Accessories, toys, high end designers, mid range products, sporting goods etc. Check the listing of stores on each malls website, and then the decision should be easier for you. Some of the malls have duplicate stores as well.

Edited: 04 August 2013, 15:17
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The Premium Outlet Malls - North and/or South are very good. Were Brits too and always find lots of bargains.

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I prefer the North Outlet, because they have some stores that the south outlet does not that I like: Elie Tahari, David Yurman, Burberry, Vince, Ferragamo, Coach, and Tory Burch to name a few. They both have Polo, Nike, and Nautica. That's why I suggested to Lizzie to review the store listings on the websites, that way if time is limited, she can make sure hits the stores that fit the description of what she is looking to purchase. Another factor that may be important due to temperatures, is that the North Outlets are an outdoor shopping mall, while the South Outlets are enclosed. I would not make the trip to Pimms (about 50 min south on I-15, unless Tods or Neiman Marcus were essential to you.

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thanks yes time will be limited so i shall try the premuim outlets

i looked online and town square fashion mall downtown were all recommended?

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5. Re: whats the best/bargains malls

Hi

Town sq is not outlets. We like north outlets, you could combine a trip there with a downtown visit. As you were asking about budget eateries it could work out well for you to finnish shopping, drive 5 mins to Fremont St (park Golden Nugget valet for free) and go and eat. Many choices there, example, Triple 7 brew pub in Main St Station (under 21 can go in as its a restaurant). Or even (not brilliant food) for a laugh, Heart Attack Grill.

Clive

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It's the berries! I had to look that up. In the UK we say - It's the Bee's Knees.

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Hi

Walmart, think Asda,lol

Clive

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I like ASDA. It's the dog's bollocks.

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town square fashion mall

While not an outlet mall it is a VERY nice place to visit! Nice atmosphere, very clean and appears to be designed more for the residents than the tourists. That said, there is a halfprice tickets location in there and we always stop there while in Vegas