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Your favorite Vegas shopping?

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by Kbaby Girl, Jul 14, 2012.

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  1. zamboni

    zamboni VIP Whale

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    If you ever have a Rolex and just get bored with it, I will take it off your hands, err wrist. :thumbsup:
     
  2. bukaty123

    bukaty123 Tourist

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    Shopping/Luxor

    I will be staying at the Luxor Hotel at the end of October, love to shop,s I am looking for a/places where I can go. any ideas?? I have never been to Vegas and already my SHORT 5 day trip is filling up and I would like to shop.
     
  3. LucyR.

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    Designer handbags

    Hi Jilly, I remember reading that you didn't let your wife buy a designer
    handbag that she really wanted. I went to go look at the price
    on-line and the handbag was selling for approx. $10,000.00.
    I felt sorry for her because you didn't let her buy the handbag.LOL.
    I truly did feel sorry for her. But you did let her buy lots of other
    things for herself. You were very generous to your wife. Lucy

    In my community.... the Louis V. handbags are very popular.
    I saw a lady with a brand new L.V. handbag and it had ugly large red
    flower designs on the purse. I thought wow... that lady paid a lot of
    money for that ugly purse.
    I live in a wealthy neighborhood so it wasn't a cheapy knock-off purse.

    I buy my cheapy L.V. handbags at the ABC Store in Las Vegas.lol
    The L.V. stands for Las Vegas.lol. I love my L.V. canvas handbags.

    We all have different budgets for going shopping. I made a deal with myself
    that I wouldn't spend much money on clothes so I could keep on buying new clothes when I would get bored with last years clothes. It works for me. Lucy
     
  4. LucyR.

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    Advise on shopping

    All the hotels have stores for shopping.

    Take the free tram to the Excalibur hotel. Go down to the street and in
    Front of the Excalibur is a BUS STOP. Buy a 24hour Bus Pass for $7.00
    at the ticket machine. You can use that bus pass to get off and on the bus
    all day.

    Take the SDX Express bus to the South Outlet stores.

    Another option is to pick up the "Las Vegas Guide free booklet" at your hotel and it has a list of all the Vegas shopping malls on the strip. Plus a map of all the locations. Have fun. Lucy
     
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    Handbag story

    Actor Clint Eastwood has an 18yr.old daughter that has a weirdo 30yr.old boyfriend who wants to become a famous photographer or work in movies.

    They decided to burn a $100,000.00 Hermes Birkin handbag as a stunt and aired it on the "Mrs. Eastwood & Company show on May 28, 2012.

    Did any of you see that show? A lot of people got upset because she could have sold the handbag and given the money to the poor. But instead her and her weirdo boyfriend decided to slash it and burn it just for the drama.
    She doesn't have any regrets. She was in the Joan Rivers show and acted
    like it was no big deal. She has a great Shopping budget.lol.

    A friend of mine gave me a used handbag that is a knock-off/copy of that
    handbag. I could tell the handbag was a copy of a expensive designer.
    Now I know the name of it and I got it for free.lol. Lucy
     
  6. KellyLovesVegas

    KellyLovesVegas Earthling/retired space nerd

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    Hi friends i just want to say you that I like to go to the Bath and Bodyworks outlet at Primm. The have the previous season's home fragrances at 75% off.
     
  8. dmr

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    In my not so humble opinion, most hotel shops are overpriced, except maybe those fixed-price places like Bijou Terner and such. The high-end places are out of my league, period!

    I'll often times hit the three outlet malls. Go with no particular purpose. :)

    For a more "earthy" shopping experience, try the Fantastic Indoor Swapmeet up on Decatur. Only open Fri-Sat-Sun, IIRC. There's a lot of junk-junk in there, but good stuff if you look around. Lotsa counterfeit bags there the last time I went.
     
  9. OKC Gal

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    One of the things I ALWAYS do in Las Vegas is shop - I go everywhere while I am there. I would probably suggest one of the two outlet malls first - the one near downtown has higher end stores than the other one - but it is outside so if I go there (in the summer) I go first thing at 10 AM. The Fashion Show Mall on the Strip is good - it's just a larger mall than we have other places. For fun, walk around the Forum Shoppes at Caesar's Palace.
     
  10. rebirth

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    When I'm there, I always go to the Miracle Mile Shop and Forum Shop
     
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