Orlando International Premium Outlets, Orlando
(4.3/5 based on 6,500+ reviews on the web)
A shopaholic's paradise, Orlando International Premium Outlets is an outdoor mall with nearly 200 stores. The upscale shopping mall, located just a short drive from the city's major resorts, houses stores offering savings on apparel from fashion's top brand names. To help orient yourself, pick up a map as you walk in. Remember that you can take advantage of additional savings by printing coupons from the mall's website. You can reach the outlet center from most nearby hotels by trolley shuttle service. Using our online itinerary creator, Orlando attractions like Orlando International Premium Outlets can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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TripAdvisor
  • Great discounts and extremely pleasant place to shop. The ideal is to plan what you want to buy and visit several stores to see which discounts are better, in addition to register on the site of the Outlet to get special discount coupons
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  • Personally I like more International than the Vineland, is more big and with more local, e.g. has victoria´s secret! It is outdoors, so in summer it can be a little hot, but then you get into a local. For times of discounts, I saw them out the racks to corridors and find crazy prices. The truth not I see the time of return, is a captive of Orlando.
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  • The prices really are the main attraction of the place. You can find everything, great brands, great prices (not as good as you can find on Ross, Marshalls and Burlington). Boring are the sellers at the kiosks that hallways ... are addressing you all the time wanting to show products, offer "courtesy" ... is the part I hate most of there. The food court isn't that great so don't expect too much ... Usually you need more than one day to be able to see and buy everything you have in mind. The place is huge and tiring. In the USA it is very common to discount policy, then you may have a book with all those coupons. There are two ways for you to get it: paying $10 at the information kiosk in the middle of the food court or if registering in advance on the website of the network (simon.com) and printing a voucher which you can exchange the same kiosk by blessed little book. Sometimes there is more than a book of discounts and you need to see what really pays off.
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  • Take note in the description - this is an outdoor outlet mall. While there is a reasonable amount of cover between shops if it is raining there is nowhere to escape the heat but the shops. Maybe that's the ploy to get you into more stores ;) As a visitor to the US this place has a great range at much better prices than I can get at home. I can't comment on how it compares with other US stores or malls but sportswear and shoes in particular seemed reasonable priced.
  • Great Deals! I recently got $1000 worth of Polo garments for $225. The outlet is set up well and the stores are amazing and really are what you expect from an outlet.
  • Great place to shop, very good prices and awesome food to eat while you shop! They also serve beer at some fast food shops so during the shopping you don't get bored! Valet parking is available and fast, as for the regular parking it's a pain to find because of how busy it is! Everyone is there for the great experience.
  • Best Nike store I've been in here, as I bought $35 dollar shoes which is super hard because, Nike sells shoes over $100 which was really nice. And it can get a little bit crowded on a Thursday, but these guys know how to make good stores with deals everyday!
  • Great selection of stores, but understand that it is going to be packed at all times and parking is going to be ridiculous. That's why I just use the Valet they offer, the prices differ everyday and time of day though. Most expensive I've seen it is $10.00. Which in my opinion is worth it since I'm not wasting my time trying to find a spot or having to park a half mile away.