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Allen Premium Outlets, Allen

(4.1/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Located just north of Dallas, you'll save 25% to 65% every day at this impressive collection of 100 designer and name brand outlets. Stores include Adidas, Banana Republic, Coach, Cole Haan, Elie Tahari, J.Crew, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren and many others.
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  • Awesome diversity of stores. This is a must if you need to shop in the area. Great bargains to be had. 
  • As other reviewers have mentioned, the parking (which has always been rather inconvenient) is extremely tight. You have to be very alert to other vehicles and pedestrians while looking for stores that...  more »
  • My first feeling driving into the outlets was one of being overwhelmed; and not because of all of the stores. Almost everything was blocked off due to construction. The first store we went into, The L...  more »
  • Well, the outlet is good but parking and management is bad. Road work going on all the time and missing stop signs at many places. If you are recently relocated from West or East coast, then you would probably find it not more than a shopping complex. They have many stores though and prices are bit different than their usual stores in a mall. Food court is small but serve enough food. I prefer visiting a mall than Allen Premium Outlets unless the parking issue is resolved.
  • Lots of great shops to choose from. It's an outside mall and it's nice to walk it. It's in a square and that is convenient because you can end up where you started. The bathrooms are clean. Don't bother trying to go on holiday weekend, it's insane!!!! It's in a wonderful area. If the outlet mall isn't enough, across the street is a ton of other shopping choices. UPDATE: For months they have had construction not just near them but in the parking lot. There are signs up all over the lot. It's extremely difficult to park there right now. It's become such an issue, especially on the weekends and holidays that Taco cabana and surrounding stores have signs warning not to park there. I even went before the mall opened and there wasn't a lot of parking. The employees are all parked close. I saw some do this. There really isn't other parking for them. I can't see it being ready in time for the holidays. I'll update if it is.
  • Good deals abound, you just have to hunt for them. Avoid this place on the weekends, holidays. You'll be lucky to get in or out...
  • Deals could have been better. Plenty of parking. Food court is a joke. Some of the stores offer good deals
  • Mainly made-for-outlet clothing so nothing is really a great deal. All the sales are essentially perpetual and I assume most stores have largely the same stock year round. Expect lower quality than the actual mainline store to go along with the discount. However, you can find some good deals but it will require a bit of searching, but don't think something is a deal just because it's heavily discounted.