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Camarillo Premium Outlets, Camarillo

Categories: Factory Outlets, Shopping
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4.3/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web
Score huge deals on designer goods at Camarillo Premium Outlets. Stock up on discounted items from your favorite brands, including Armani, Banana Republic, Barneys, DKNY, Hugo Boss, Michael Kors, and Steve Madden. The center features deals on fashion, sportswear, shoes, leather, jewelry, housewares, and more. With parking conveniently located in the center of the mall, this place is designed for taking home a big haul. Benefit from exclusive deals by signing up with the VIP Shopper Club. Put Camarillo Premium Outlets and other Camarillo attractions into our Camarillo trip builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • 10/31 by the sale. Before shopping, go to the information center, at 10% discount you will enjoy. Also, by donating $ 10, even 15% discount tickets are eligible. In total 25% off!!! ️ however, before donating $ 10 store 25% off is limited, so make sure it!! ️
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  • This is a factory outlet that is huge. So many different retailers including high end retailers. Something for everyone one. Includes mens, womers, kids, jewelry, luggage, sporting and electronics. We...  read more »
  • This outlet is huge but well worth the drive out from LA. There are three sections so park strategically!! Great selection and variety of stores so everyone will find something. Like all outlets, know...  read more »
  • No makeup stores. Clothing items don't change very often in the stores and there are not many actual deals that are worth coming back for. The food section has gotten better with the addition of Pick up Stix and froyo. Movie theaters good, discount Sunday's! But if you don't live in the area, definitely not worth driving to unless you have something specific you need - not great for casual shopping/browsing.
  • Pure consumer dystopian hell. I rarely seen more sallow-faced humanoids outside of the the realm of traffic court, but this labor day weekend, the place was packed with sad, angry people (except for a handful of highschool kids who were actually having fun) Sure, there are a lot of stores here, but it's a far cry from Disney Land.
  • So many stores to choose form. I came to purchase some specific shoes and was glad at the offering for shoe stores but came away disappointed at the Nike and Adidas stores' selection of pretty standard shoes. (Nike Air Max Tavas and Adidas Superstars) weren't sold there, neither were two other Nike shoe choices. Its probably hard to find a rather choice pair of fashionable shoes at these stores unless they're the particularly most popular. The Converse store was great and the Starbucks in the semi-central spot was convenient for refilling between loops.
  • Went for an oufit for my niece @ oshkosh (one of my favorites) and ended up getting myself 3 shirts @ aeropostole right next door(good deal).
  • The outlets are pretty good. It really is hit or miss here. La Creuset had fantastic deals and carried a significant section of "seconds" that were really good. Overall, I wouldn't plan a trip around it but if you're in the area definitely drop by!
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