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Cincinnati Premium Outlets, Monroe

Categories: Factory Outlets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
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  • Staff was rude to bother my husband and I not in all stores but in most honestly had planned on spending alot more money but because most stores are just regular stores and not out let's I was very un...  read more »
  • Lot of famous brands and discount rated items. Wonderful food court and other street food. All add beauty to this place. Good place to spend some quality time. 
  • This outlet mall has many options for shopping. It satisfies the needs for athletes, to businessmen and women, and babies to elderly in the clothing store options. Prices were right in most shops and ...  read more »
  • This place has good Shops and restaurants But the parking here is terrible so get ready to spend a lot of time finding parking when you arrive beacuse every parking space is filled . Aunt Annies And Take a Break is good . Alomg with Gap And Carters . So we'll be coming back ☺ Parking 2/10 Outlet Mall 5/10
  • Only a few places actually have any deals. The typical way an outlet mall works is thus: they all have stores you can usually find in your area to know if the prices are a good deal or not because you can't directly compare things. People go there ASSUMING that everything is cheaper than it is in the normal retail store. This is rarely the case. Try this, go into any store of your choosing and pick a product (nothing on a legitimate clearance rack) and Google the price of it. You can use the Amazon shopping app to even take pictures of the item/Barcode to search directly to speed up the process. You'll definitely find that prices are within a few dollars of their 'sales price'. Oh that 'Normal Retail' price, yeah that's a joke. The tags are switched when they are sent to the outlet or when they get there. TL;DR - Outlet Malls don't offer actual discounts. Do some research and don't believe the tags you see.
  • Nice place to walk around on a weekend but understand that they barely, and I mean barely, qualify as an outlet. Most businesses here are "high end" shops and if you're looking to get $300 jeans that had some slight issue with stitching for $120 then this is the place for you. What's left are typical outlet style stores; luggage, toys, cookware, tools. Other points of interest: Disney Store, Nike, Yankee Candle, Converse, Pac-Sun, Polo, Under Armor
  • As a guy that likes shopping, the outlets are pretty cool. The place is pretty big with plenty of places to shop, but compared to other malls and outlets, the deals seem scarce. Food court is decent and the Auntie Aunts is great, but I likely won't come back here.
  • It's an average place for shopping as the collection are a not great. However when there are good sales this is the best place to go to you get many stuff for a great price. Still the collections in the shops are weak but thats the case in all the outlets than compared to actual showrooms. Their food court is not great, better to plan to eat food outside this area.
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