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Dixie Outlet Mall, Mississauga

(3/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • Who wants great products and great prices, this is the place. Buy quality stuff spending little money. Beautiful products, too. I ended up buying a lot on Tommy hilfinger store. Recommend without error.
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  • I love shopping at this mall. Though it only has three stores that have plus size clothing (that I am aware of), I get most of my clothes here. The three stores are Winners (this branch has quite a lo...  more »
  • My boyfriend and I visited the mall at dinnertime with plans to eat then browse. I chose Thai Express, a usual for me, however this time I ended up throwing out my Thai soup after a few bites. Somethi...  more »
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  • Lots of stores and last season's apparel at lower prices...fantastic. You still have to look for the deals, and the prices can still be a bit higher than you'd expect but overall a decent mall. They could use some reno's but to be honest it's not about the looks. Prepare to walk too, long building design.
  • The mall offers customers great deals and new stores are always opening and replacing older ones.. I just wish it was a bit better designed since the food court is the main entrance, the no frills isn't connected to the mall from the inside. And I also wish there were more bus routes to help increase the number of customers coming into the mall (only 2 bus routes) I know plazas that have more than that :/ Other than that the mall has ample parking spots and just added a new VR lounge that I work right across from (Tip top tailor store). Overall I like the mall, it just needs some serious renovations to modernize it more.
  • I love this place, it's like where outlet stores go to die. Don't know what it is but the sort of depressing aesthetic is very comforting. It sort of embraces the true spirit of capitalism. The super claustrophobic and intimidating flea market in the basement is a great way to spend a saturday afternoon, there are always tons of neat things to see and check out from all the vendors, although I could imagine it gives lots of people panic attacks when they can't find the exit and all the vendors are looking at them like walking ATM machines. Overall a wonderful place to go and have a look around. There is no other mall in the GTA like this place, that's for sure.
  • Quite a pleasant mall! It's not particularly large, but you can see the effort that went into making it a little fancy and welcoming. The food court is not bad at all in its variety of selection.
  • Short of a good pharmacy and a couple of additional banks, this Mall has anything one could possibly need. Lots of parking as well. My wife and I do our regular grocery shopping at No Frills, we always grab a quick bite to eat at their food court and pick up something at any of the many stores within the mall. Highly recommended.