Have been to this mall 3 times, the first just to check it out, the second to hit Group USA for a prom dress (successful) and this time, to expose a friend to it, spend the day. 1 day is NOT enough, if you really love shopping. I've been in late winter, mid summer and late fall. Homework is key, check out the web site, to see what specials are there. If you're traveling more than 50 miles, getting the Travelers Pamphlet of coupons is also a must. There isn't a coupon or deal for every store but there's plenty. The mall is broke up into districts, or neighborhoods. Go over the site for what stores you really want to hit, what stores you want to ignore but don't always go past the stores you don't know, check em out. Deals are here, but you have to be willing to look, especially if you're driving a ways to get here. A Hampton and a Holiday Inn Express are within parking lot walking distance, I will use one of them the next time the daughter and I want to hit this place. Any kind of food you could want, is either in the mall or tucked into surrounding parking lots, again, do the homework online. Stay away on weekends if you don't care for crowds, as it will get crowded. Need a break from walking? A huge movie theater is also attached. The little ones will enjoy the carousel inside :)
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