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Seattle Premium Outlets, Marysville

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  • In the US, travel is always a good thing to book some 3 to 4 hours for shopping on the NET Premium outlets. Great prices, offers and always take something.
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  • The outllet is 1, 5:00 of Seattle and as suggestion is take the I5 and go straight. In some excerpts you'll find traffic, but traffic quickly released. Follows the pattern of the Premium network and find good prices on items that always bought, which pays the price of the higher tax as compared to Florida and California. If it is in winter, don't forget to take shirt off because the region has a lot of wind.
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  • If you have a triple A card go to the food court for discounts and package that together with a holiday deal and you score big!  more »
  • There are great deals here at all kinds of stores. Clothing, accessories, kitchen supplies, supplements, etc. Located roughly 75 miles south of the border (about an hour drive). They're no strangers to Canadian shoppers, particularly when the exchange rate is in our favour. There is coffee, snacks and a food court towards the middle of the complex. Sign up for the email newsletter for extra deals and info on sales.
  • Beautiful place to shop. Outdoor mall but can comfortably shop here when raining too as most areas are covered. Good deals on premium brands. Good food, reasonable prices.
  • 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.
  • The place is must for those big shopping outings. Admittedly, as is the case with all outlet and factory shops, the collection is limited in almost all the shops but you do get huge discounts on almost all the stuff. My favourites are Nike, Levi's and The North Face. Of course fashion boutiques like Michael kors, Kenneth Cole etc are there too. Lot of parking space and close proximity to Seattle is a plus. Beware, lot of people on weekends. So much so that on few occasions people were waiting outside the shop in a queue. The food court is average and definitely can do better. The Italian cuisine place is easily the best amongst the lot. You do have Teriyaki and Mexican food but nothing great. Thankfully 2 Starbucks stores are there for quick refreshments! I have been here for at least half a dozen times and never ever returned empty handed. You have been warned, if you go here even to accompany someone for their shopping, you ain't gonna come back without buying hundreds of dollars worth of stuff.
  • First time stopping here and I was pleasantly surprised with the selection of stores. Originally stopped for the Columbia outlet, but ended up wandering around, grabbing Starbucks, and found several interesting stores including a very good Toys R Us outlet!