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Folsom Premium Outlets, Folsom

Categories: Factory Outlets, Shopping
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3/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
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  • It has most of the standard outlet mall stores. Very busy. Fairly easy to get around. Had some good food trucks when we were there. Parking can be a bit challenging. Right off Hiway 50 so access is ea...  read more »
  • My teen girls and I stumbled upon these outlets while back to school shopping. They loved the shops but we definitely needed more than one day for them to go through all the shops they wanted to. Also...  read more »
  • Nice outlet with plenty of shops. The only problem is that they tend to be small outlets which limits the amount of stock they hold. You really have to look at what they have on display. We found the ...  read more »
  • Nice mall area. Lots of stores. The store themselves, with rare exception, don't have lots of what I would call deals though. Maybe I'm just too poor.
  • This Outlet Mall doesn't feel like an Outlet mall. The mall itself is an outdoor type mall. Store size is determined by the Brand itself. There is a mini indoor food court as well. In the summer months the outside can get hot and the stores can get cold. So hydrate and get yourself acclimated as much as you can. Or the mall itself could install water misters around the complex for those summer heat wave weeks. Outlet Malls are supposed to have lower prices than then their Main Mall Stores. Yet going thru stores like OSH, PacSun, A.E.O., Vans, Nike, Levi's, Quiksilver even the Cutlery and Dress Barn items prices appear to be discounted but really they are not. We were at PacSun and my daughter noticed that there were some styles she saw 2 years ago at the Gilroy Outlet. Overall the mall layout is unique and you can go in circles and zig zag in and out as stores are back to back in each building layout. So hence the circling and zig zaging. Parking surrounds the entire mall shaded areas fill up quickly and some spots are really tight. If you are looking to save money I suggest to compare prices at the malls then look at the outlets. I find that the malls and their sales are a bit cheaper and you do get the latest styles.
  • Not what it use to be... But still walked away with what I came for. A phone case from their kiosks outside, couldn't find the sunglass one however, bummer
  • The place is mainly clothing stores, it's meets a wide variety of styles. There are some places that serve other purposes, Bose, Zumiez, Quicksilver, etc. But there could be more stores for gear and equipment. Luckily REI is just a few minutes away.
  • Love these outlets! The prices are amazing, there's never a ton of people there, and all the stores have excellent customer service.
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