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Seattle Premium Outlets, Marysville

Categories: Factory Outlets, Shopping
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3.9/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
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  • It was just a coincidence that I came on the Columbus Day sale weekend (Sunday). The shops were all having one type of a sale or another. What I loved was that shops I could never afford in Vancouver ...  read more »
  • It has a verity of different shops. Great for all ages. If you are looking for cheap prices you will not find them here. There are good deals but not cheap stores. 
  • Perfect for rainy weather is the premium outlet North of Seattle, is rather located in Everett. The limited parking capacity are only drawback, if suddenly everyone here want to go. The range of brands is rich and also the so-called "food malls" are fine and you will find also a Starbucks!
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  • There are lots of different types of shops and people from all walks of life at the outlets. If you like to shop at a cultural melting pot, this place is for you. Covered parking lot in the back so you don't have to worry about the rain or the intense sun. Your car will be dry and cool. The retail shop workers are friendly overall. If you're an AAA member, be sure to stop by the food court area concierge desk to get your coupon book before you start your shopping extravaganza. The deals are descent.
  • A popular shopping destination for bargain minded folk on both sides of the border, Seattle Premium Outlets is a large outdoor mall of familiar brand-name stores selling overstock or last-season's fare at discount prices. The Pros: + Good deals can be found if you're willing to do a bit of research. + Well maintained. + Well planned (layout). The So-so's: = Is a bit of a misnomer; located about 30 miles from the northernmost part of Seattle proper (145th street). This may be good or bad depending on where you're visiting from. The Cons: - Parking can be frustrating. - Traffic can be frustrating.
  • Great selection of stores for men, women, and children. It's no wonder the department stores are struggling. Drive 45 minutes from Seattle and you'll probably find what you need for about half off. There is a wide variety of stores so its tough target this review, but there is North Face and Columbia for outdoorsy stuff. Coach, DVF and Burberry for high end designer. For men, I like Boss and Timberland, although the discount at Boss is barely worth the visit (which is why the store is always empty). My wife likes the BCBG. Note this place is strategically located between Seattle and the Canadian border, so expect a lot of people from Canada too.
  • Do you like lots of brand name stuff? Do you like shopping? Do you like paying less for things that are expensive? Then you will like this place. Outdoor mall. Its always crowded in the front parking lot. In the back is more parking lot and a parking garage. Kind of difficult to get there. Its set back from the road which is right next to the freeway. This road kind of sucks for some reason. It feels cramped. It has a roundabout in the center of this very long street which is clearly clearly designed to trick you into going into the parking lot for the nearby casino. Cant just bust a U turn the road only goes one way, in. Then you gotta find your way out. You can get to the mall through two exits. The north one is near the mall, you take a confusing turn or two to get there. The other exit takes you down and around a small strip mall on your right gas and a liqour store. You pass a Walmart, Home Depot, Cabela's, some of those larger, slightly higher quality than fast food chain restaurants. Theres a Mcdonalds down there. I've shopped at the a lot at the Nike store, great store. Good prices and friedly staff. The guy in the Wilsons leather store is super friendly and if you wait for their sales you can get a nice leather jackets for a deeply slashed price.
  • One of the better outlet malls I've been to, kept very clean and presentable. Pricing isn't always an actual "outlet" price IMO, but if you live nearby or pass-by very often, making a few stops is the best way to find the best prices.
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