Huge range of stores, but not so many bargains as the outlets in Vegas!
It cost us 40 each to catch the Grayline Coach to the outlets from The Port Authority in NYC -not bad value considering it was an hour out of the city ( and 2 hrs to get back due to traffic ) but I think Century 21 offers better savings!
We came prepared to shop, but left with just a few items. This seems to reflect the fact that everything is so much more expensive here than on the West Coast.
Lots of designer stores ( Coach, Gucci etc ) but the only real non high-end bargains for Australians are in the Levi store and Nike factory outlet, and these weren't nearly as good as the Vegas outlets at the same time last year!
For those men with big feet - forget it!! My husband is a size 12, and needs at least a 13 or 14 in US shoes - almost impossible to find ! ( and my step-son, who needs a US size 15 - forget it!! ).
It was kinda cool shopping in the snow though!
It's worth remembering that the outlets exist to try and get rid of all the stock from previous seasons or stuff that didn't sell well in the regular stores, and seem to cater for the tourist trade.
As with all shopping - do your research and check prices at home first. A discount of 10- 25% is hardly worth the effort!
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