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McArthurGlen Designer Outlet, Richmond

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  • Richmond機場附近的outlet,2015年開幕,不過內部設計有點問題,沒有遮雨騎樓連通,在多雨多雪的溫哥華,在此逛街購物,實為一大折磨  more »
  • Very good outlet with great prices! I have quite a lot at guess, nike and uggs bought for very good prices. It's very easy to go from downtown (canada line to templeton) and it takes anything from 20 min. Highly recommended!!
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  • We spent 2.5 hours there before the departure! It's not worth price already, perhaps in all shops. We have subscribed to the newsletter, you get a 10% coupon for a day, which is on the additional discounts. There were also other coupons for 40% of CAP and 20% of Tommy at the info in addition. Not huge, but nice.
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  • One of the newest places for high end outlet stores in the Greater Vancouver Regional District. A convenient place to save some money over retail, but overall discounts are not that significant compared to other outlet malls (or even waiting for a retail store sale). Stores are in an European feel outdoor grouped setting near to the airport, which also means loud fly overs from air traffic...exciting to see the first few times. More stores are being added including eateries. There is a really nicely equipped playground at the rear of the mall with soft rubber flooring...the bonus is that it is under a huge tent structure for most weather conditions. Good place to pass by an afternoon. Lots of on-site parking. Easy access by Skytrain.
  • Outdoor shopping in Vancouver. Would be fine if the walkways were covered with awnings, but it's not. Doesn't quite work so well when Vancouver gets so much rain. Overall really not much thought went into the design of this mall. Restaurants looked to be an afterthought. None of the restaurants have in house washrooms. You have to walk outside to another building and walk upstairs. Very out of the way. Depending which restaurant you dine at, it could be a 10+ minute ordeal.
  • Would be nice if there were a roof and some walls. The wind blows through pretty hard, so dress warm if it is not summer. I haven't found much great food, the coffee shop by coach is a great warming centre.
  • Great shops and a fabulous place! It gives you that Europe vibe and look when you walk through, like if your at Europe and walking through the mall. It also consist of expensive stories, and if top quality brands. If you looking for a quick stroll through mall with good quality brands, this is definitely the place!
  • I haven't been in a while because the one store I want so much to shop at—PORTS 1961—is women's only, and the only other store worth checking out is Club Monaco. That's it for me. If you've been to one outlet, you've been to most of them. Many of the brands have contracts with retail developers like McArthuerGlen, and therefore, you'll see many of the same brands: Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Nike, Levi's, Factory versions of J.Crew, Gap, Banana Republic, among many others. Many items are made specifically for outlets, much to the ignorance of customers, where price manipulation is really the driver of this false value. The few designer brands, like Hugo Boss or Armani, have off-season mainline items but still at relatively steep prices. The discounts aren't all that amazing when you factor in the arbitrary pricing. Get familiar with designer brand pricing and everything becomes clearer.