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Birch Run Premium Outlets, Birch Run
(3.9/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is a great location with only 6% sales tax on your items. It is tough for us Canadians with more than 30% on the dollar but there are many items that are still worth scooping up. I highly recomme...  more »
  • Arrived in Birch Run, MI Thanksgiving just after 5:00 p.m. Found out the outlets were open from 6pm-midnight. We ran over there and there were a lot of good deals. It was a really nice surprise. I tho...  more »
  • We have been coming to Birch Run and Frankenmuth for many years. We love how the lights are put on for Christmas downtown Frankenmuth on the Friday night. Shopping on Sat and Bronners on Sunday. 
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  • Good place to shop in Michigan when the weather is pleasant. Has most of the brands from every other outlet mall (tanger/great lakes) and has few new ones too. One downside is the lack of a good food court within the mall but has some good eateries within 0.5 mile radius.
  • A great day trip. It has all the shops that you possibly need. The discounts are amazingly good. It is spread across a really large open area, so walking is not really option during the winter
  • Put on comfortable shoes and clothes and enjoy your experience. Make sure to stop by the welcome center and pick up a discount booklet for the participating stores. If you have a AAA card, you will be able to obtain the booklet for free. If you don't have AAA , the booklet is $5.00 u.s. currency.
  • Birch Run has been synonymous with great deals and a good day trip since I can remember. While the stores may come and go and the deals may not be good at times, that is not Birch Runs fault. The facilities are always clean and maintained, and the layout is nice. A map is suggested for everyone, and you may want to drive to different blocks when it's cold out.
  • I enjoy shopping at the Direct Tools store as they carry Ridgid and Ryobi remanufactured tools at a decent discount as compared to new and if you join their email list there are often special sales and promotions