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San Diego Factory Outlet Center

118 Reviews

San Diego Factory Outlet Center

118 Reviews
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Vale H wrote a review Jan 2020
11 contributions11 helpful votes
Great vaierty of stores at very cheap prices, also the food in the food court is amazing please try de sushi there!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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ayabar2000 wrote a review Dec 2019
Lima, Peru14 contributions16 helpful votes
The difference between the outlets of San Diego and those in Orlando, is that Orlando sales are for tourists as souvenirs and in San Diego is to use them, and therefore cheaper. For people who knows, Clearence area really meanning something in San Diego Outlets. Just be careful to pass the exit to San Ysidro, otherwise you will end up in Tijuana
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Adrian J wrote a review Dec 2019
Auckland, NZ80 contributions60 helpful votes
I spent a fun few hours at the San Diego Factory Outlet Center at Plaza Las Americas. There are a great range of stores, and while not everything was all that cheap, you could find some real bargains by looking at the clearance sections of many stores. This place is extremely close to the Mexican border and I understand that some of the shop staff cross the border from Mexico to work here. There were obviously many Mexican visitors on the day I went. I found it interesting to see a significant number of Mexican-plated cars in the parking lot, and there was a lot of Spanish being spoken. As well as an impressive range of stores, there is a pleasant food court area. Visitors should also note that there is a large Ross Dress for Less just across the road from the Outlet Center for further clothing bargains. To get here by public transport, as I did, take the Blue Line train to Iris Ave, and then catch the 957 bus which stops directly outside the Outlet Center.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Tanyajoie wrote a review May 2019
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Good group of stores, great customer service, good prices everything and anything your heart could desire
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Date of experience: May 2019
Christopher D wrote a review May 2019
Fairfield, Australia32 contributions19 helpful votes
I visited here during a one week stay in San Diego. The location isn’t exactly right next to the tram station, however, is within walking distance for those who are relatively fit and can stand the heat. There are a large variety of retailers here including major brands such as Nike, Adidas, Footlocker, Asics, Nautica and others. It’s a great location for having so many outlet stores in one spot and the prices are generally great! There were some food and drink options available though some of these had shut for the day (I did visit on the 2nd January though) or didn’t open at all. Overall a good experience and next time I’m in San Diego I’d happily visit again to snap up some bargains!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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