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A Perfect Day at the Tucson Premium Outlets

Let’s face it. Sometimes we all need some retail therapy. Thankfully, Dove Mountain is minutes from the Tucson Premium Outlets. The outlet stores offer up to 65 percent savings on designer goods from 70+ brands, including: Coach, Nike, J. Crew, Brooks Brothers, Polo Ralph Lauren, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, Lucky Brand, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Converse, Disney, Forever 21, Godiva, Le Creuset and more.

Start with a Starbucks specialty coffee drink and danish.

It never hurts to increase our caffeine intake and calories when doing some serious shopping. Since the outlet stores open at 11 am, a 10 am meet up with friends at Starbucks will give you plenty of time to enjoy socializing and sipping.

Onto the deals and steals.

It’s always a good idea to check out the Tucson Premium Outlets’ “deals and steals” to guide your shopping activities. There you’ll find the most current savings and those about to expire. Also, you can sort your search based on what you’re looking for — from accessories and children’s wear to home furnishings, health and beauty products, and, of course, men’s and women’s fashions.

Grab a snack or lunch.

Whether you are having a hankering for premium chocolates, a slice of NYC-style pizza, a Philly steak sandwich or something equally tasty, you’ll find it at the Tucson Premium Outlets.

Safety first.

The outlet stores are all about health and safety. Therefore, guidelines are in place to protect you and others from the Covid-19 virus — wear a mask, keep a 6-foot distance from other shoppers, and use the hand sanitizer stations to keep your hands clean.

But wait, there’s more!

Be sure and stay tuned for future Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance (SAACA) events held on Saturday evenings at the Tucson Premium Outlets. These events feature an extraordinary mix of local bands and music masters. Past concerts featured live blues & rock, Cuban/Latin fusion, Americana, country, funk, soul and contemporary pop concerts.

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