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Chicago Premium Outlets, Aurora

(4.1/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
Located west of Chicago, stroll through this outdoor village style center and discover savings of 25% to 65% every day at 120 designer and name brand outlet stores. The center features an impressive collection of brands including Ann Taylor, Armani, Banana Republic, Calvin Klein, Coach, Cole Haan, Elie Tahari, Gap Outlet, J.Crew, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, Sony, Theory, Vera Bradley and many more.
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  • You could visit because it had rented a car. It is clean and nice outlet. It is recommended to first check the toilet.
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  • There is a fairly large selection of stores, and the outdoor setting is perfect. I went shopping here for Black Friday and they had outdoor fireplaces and chairs to help visitors stay warm. There are ...  more »
  • We visited this place on president's day. They had extra discount on top of the existing discounts. Great brands and amazing prices it is worth the visit  more »
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  • Love the expansion. Glad they added the new stores so we don't have to roll out to Wisconsin. Rise Pizza is great! Food court prices went up! It's a lot of walking from one end to the other so put on comfy shoes if you aren't driving around. Gets windy in between bldgs so bundle up. ABSOLUTELY SUCKS during Black Friday so get there very early or wait until the next day. Most people don't drive all the way in to park so you should be able to find a decent space.
  • Hugh outside mall, very clean and shops for pretty much everything and everyone. Only downside is the parking, they made more parking spots but it would have been more ideal for a parking garage. Pretty good food options around the mall from your basic food you would find at any mall to nicer upscale food. There's the food court which is enclosed but has outside area as well and a couple of other places that have there own location you can eat at. Usually always busy but if you love to shop and it's a very nice day, this place is a must go to shop.
  • Too big, too busy, no real outlets. It's a crappy version of Oak Brook mall with nothing but Asian tourists with cameras. This is so far from being an outlet mall they should not be allowed to call it an outlet. Maybe 3 stores are actual outlets. Bose is one of them, but they sell only refurbished electronics. Which we all know refurbed electronics is a massive risk and usually problematic after the 1st year. Sketchers, not an outlet. Nike and old navy are the only other two that actually seem to have outlet prices.
  • My wife and I came here for a date and the selection and variety of stores were great! The workers were nice and the area was clean and up kept! Highly recommended.
  • Very clean outdoor mall. New addition makes parking much easier. Endless amount of stores to chose from which makes shopping here very dangerous!