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While some get a kick out of exploring the great shopping options throughout downtown, there are others who prefer the serious savings and selections just outside the city at several large outlet stores. So if you’re looking for deals and designer duds or other products only available at select outlets, it’s just a 45-90 minute drive from Seattle to reach several discount shopping destinations.
 
With a remodel freshly completed, this welcoming outlet center has more than 25 stores to make the drive from Seattle worth your time. Newly added stores include Volcom, Aeropostale and Polo Ralph Lauren. There’s also a Helly Hansen outlet for those about to head into the mountains for adventure.
 
Getting There: Take I-5 south about 80 miles. Exit 82.
 
Outlet shopping goes upscale with stores such as Banana Republic, Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Restoration Hardware and more than 125 others. Here you can find everything from fine leather to housewares, designer clothes and specialty items. Take advantage of extended hours and extra savings during Midnight Madness, which begins the day after Thanksgiving at midnight.
 
Getting There: Take I-5 north for about 35 miles. Exit 200. The outlets are located in the Tulalip tribe’s Quil Ceda Village.
 
North Bend Premium Outlets
Enjoy mountain views and impressive savings at 50 designer and name-brand outlet stores, including Adidas, Coach, Gap Outlet, Nike, Nine West and PacSun. Shoppers can sign up to receive a VIP coupon book at www.premiumoutlets.com/vip (also good at Seattle Premium Outlets). An added bonus for those who shop until they literally drop, there are nearly a dozen lodging options nearby, including some that offer shopping gift cards to those who book a night.
 
Getting There: Take I-90 east for about 28 miles. Exit 31.

The Outlet Collection|Seattle
The Outlet Collection|Seattle is the largest indoor outlet mall in the Pacific Northwest. With a mix of 130 traditional & outlet stores it’s the ultimate outlet destination. Shop stores like Nike Factory Store, Nordstrom Rack, H&M, Michael Kors, J.Crew Factory, Brooks Brothers, Old Navy Outlet, Guess Factory, Adidas, and many more.

Getting There: Take 1-5 south to I-405 south. Take Exit 2 to WA-167 south toward Auburn. Exit to 15th Street SW then take a left on Outlet Collection Road.

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University Village
2623 NE University Village, Ste 7 Seattle WA 98105
Phone: 206 523-0622
Website: http://uvillage.com
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Over 100 specialty stores and restaurants, including Crate and Barrel, J. Crew, H&M, Banana Republic, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma, Anthropologie. HA

The Bravern
11111 NE Eighth St, Ste 5 Bellevue WA 98004
Phone: 425 456-8780
Website: http://thebravern.com
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Upscale shopping center, Neiman Marcus, other iconic fashion brands, dining, spa, gym and concierge services. 10am-8pm Mon-Sat; noon-6pm Sun. HA

The Walking Company
1428 Fourth Ave, First Level Seattle WA 98101
Phone: 206 624-9215
Website: http://thewalkingcompany.com
    

The Walking Company mission is to help you walk in comfort in all aspects of your life.

City Centre
1420 Fifth Ave, Ste 450 Seattle WA 98101
Phone: 206 624-8800

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Aerosoles, Aldo and Facere Jewelry Art Gallery, American Eagle, Palomino, and more. Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; Sun noon-5pm. HA

Hero Ace Hardware
1915 Fourth Ave Seattle WA 98101
Phone: 206 454-7999
Website: http://heroace.com
    

Hero Ace Hardware is Downtown Seattle's only hardware store! We're open 7 days a week. Hero Ace is proud to be locally owned and operated.

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