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LOS ANGELES Outlet Shopping for International Visitors, Savings can be as much as your airfare to the USA Glynis Brown

LOS ANGELES Outlet Shopping for International Visitors, Savings can be as much as your airfare to the USA

Glynis Brown

Published January 12th 2012
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Kindle Edition
25 pages
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The USA is the home of “Outlet shopping” … or, shopping at prices from 20% to 95% less than normal retail – and even USA normal retail is heaps cheaper then prices in most other places in the world.So, for visitors from overseas, how do you findMoreThe USA is the home of “Outlet shopping” … or, shopping at prices from 20% to 95% less than normal retail – and even USA normal retail is heaps cheaper then prices in most other places in the world.So, for visitors from overseas, how do you find the best places to shop when you’re travelling on holiday?Don’t waste your precious vacation time trying to find the right stores, or your pre-vacation planning time trying to research where they are. It is all here!Divided up into the most visited areas within the city (i.e. the outlet shops around Anaheim/Disneyland, around LAX, around Pasadena etc. All the places travellers are likely to be staying in), you will find where to shop to save yourself a fortune. Addresses, opening hours .... all you need to know.I travel to the USA every year to shop (from Australia) and have done so for the past 25 years (+/-). I have been to 43 States and shopped in every one. I know a bargain. I have even taught my husband to enjoy shopping (but only in the USA). He now knows a bargain so only shops for clothes, shoes, underwear, sporting gear etc. in the USA.We often have to pay excess baggage - but even with that added cost, the cost per item is still a huge saving on what we can buy the same item for in Australia. One example: a set of 3 Calvin Klein t-shirts in the USA (at the shops I mention) are between US$14-US$18 .... in Australia at a major department store A$95. A Coach bag I purchased in the USA (at a Coach Outlet store - mentioned in this ebook) for US$145 was in an Australian major department store for A$595 (when the A$ and the US$ were on parity - actually the A$ was slightly higher than the US at that time).So your savings can be substantial. I often buy Billabong for about 1/4 the price I can get it in Australia.You can dress in designer gear (Ralph Lauren, Guess, Coach, Anne Klein, Kenneth Cole, Ed Hardy, Billabong, OshKosh, Carters etc. etc.) for the price of Target.This book gives you all the shops. Its a must if you are travelling to the USA for a holiday.