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Don’t Miss Out On Incredible Vegas Shopping!

shutterstock_149485757When Las Vegas is mentioned usually one of a couple of thoughts quickly come to mind. One would be gambling. Another would be world class entertainment and maybe a third would be incredible food. What usually doesn’t come to mind is shopping. However, Las Vegas offers incredible, varied, numerous shopping choices, everything from outlet malls to high end, few-can-afford it stores.

Just south of McCarran Airport is the Las Vegas Premium Outlet Mall South, one of the largest in the country. It is so large that it has two food courts with a dozen or more food choices. The sister mall, Las Vegas Premium Outlet Mall North is located just south downtown off of Charleston, Ave.

Check out the stores located at each Premium Outlet Mall-North and South.

www.premiumoutlets.com/outlets/store_listing.asp?id=61 South Outlet

www.premiumoutlets.com/outlets/store_listing.asp?id=58 North Outlet

If you want to shop, or just look through some of the high end stores then be sure to visit the Forum Shops at Caesars, the Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian, or the Shoppes at the Palazzo.

www.caesarspalace.com

www.grandcanalshoppes.com

www.theshoppesatthepalazzo.com

If you want to shop where there is a lot of variety from low end to high end items then the Fashion Show Mall might be your best choice. It is located just north of Treasure Island Hotel and Casino on the Strip.

www.thefashionshow.com

One of the newer venues, The Crystals at City Center will offer 500,000 square feet of exquisite shopping. Some of the retailers few of us can afford include Louis Vuitton, Versace, Gucci, Harry Winston, Stella McCartney, and more.

www.crystalscitycenter.com

Now go shop, shop, til you drop. Viva Las Vegas!

 

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