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Waikele Premium Outlets, Waipahu

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  • We get a round trip for just $16 pp pick up from our hotel door organised by our great bell desk her at Embassy suites. Great places to shop for us Levi's, Tommy Hilfiger, Vans, Kate Spade,Calvin Klei...  more »
  • If you are a visitor to Oahu, this is a great place to go for deals on all types of merchandise. This is where local people go to shop and eat at the various restaurants. There are common places like ...  more »
  • Waikele's outlets have been many times. Went by coach and looking for TUMI. It was just buy cheap coach, TUMI and Clerk's well, satisfied. Vera Bradley sales, Sacher feel worst. Despite the chatting was in front of my white woman smiling geo I cashier long time on line, completely ignored. The appearance or receive a gift with a white woman, because my staff and obviously, that stretch the story. To really suck, so I gave up and went back. I could ruin the long-awaited shopping. I wonder if not outlet now. Product itself is very nice, it did it made in Viet Nam. I'm very bad image now. At least on the Vera Bradley twice and don't want to go.
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  • Average Outlet - But definitely has enough stores in Hawaii that has good price. If you are from the mainland - definitely consider the lower tax rate which Hawaii has.
  • Surprised I ended up spending a whole day shopping here! Make sure to stop by the info booth to get a booklet filled with discounts if you're shopping w/ your Mastercard. Great deals from Coach (outlet stock), Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren and DKNY (amazing service!).
  • Better for men than women, but cheap stuff. Not everything affordable, do your homework b4 u go. Example, Diesel watch $105US, Saw at Myer for $450AUD
  • I usually only come here to go to Skechers. I don't really have the taste to go anywhere else, at least on that side. The parking is horrid. One the other side of the shopping center is not too bad. They have KMart, Lowes, Old Navy on the other side and the parking there is much better.
  • This outlet is super popular with the Waikiki tourists with many operators offering shuttle tours to the shopping area. If you self drive there is lots of parking with the shops being all outdoors. Make sure you purchase a discount booklet for $5 if you plan on shopping and not just window shopping as there is some great savings to be made. For instance, we shopped at Banana republic for my husbands new spring wardrobe and spent $300. The booklet was offering a 15 % discount on purchases over $100 which meant a great savings for us! Other stores include Armani, coach, guess, sunglasses hut, adidas and converse. On the downside, with the stores all being accessed from outdoor courtyards and walkways means that shopping can get really really hot . With little shade and places to rest, bring water when you shop here so you stay hydrated. There is also limited places to eat with limited offerings EXCEPT for the Leonard's malasada food truck which is parked at the end of the furthest west carpark.