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Reno, Nevada, USA

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Reno Shopping

Unlike many other places, Reno shopping is stress free; there are no crazy crowds to deal with and there are many shops offering everything from expensive boutique ware to bargains galore.

Reno Malls
Reno shopping includes a number of new malls with more being built all the time. They are divided into shopping districts: Wells Avenue; California Avenue; and downtown Reno. Each of these Reno shopping areas has been completely revitalized and draws in lots of tourists as well as the locals. Whatever name brand you’re looking for you’ll be able to find it, and there’s a wide range of stores from upscale, exclusive fashion boutiques, to outlet style bargain centers.

The Summit Reno, a new upscale mall located just south of downtown Reno, offers all the top stores you would expect to find in any large city throughout the country such as GAP, Anne Taylor, and Guess, as well as a wide selection of restaurants.

Tip: The Summit shuttle provides transportation for shoppers so there’s no excuse not to visit the Summit Reno during your Reno shopping extravaganza.

One of the biggest indoor malls is called the Meadowood Mall, located near most casinos and the Reno/Sparks Convention Center. This indoor mall offers a retreat from the cooler weather if you’re visiting in the winter or and air-conditioned break from the serious summer heat. You’ll find big department store shopping including Macy's, JC Penney, the Disney Store, Sears, and more. You can also find quick dining options in the food court if you’re looking to grab a bite on the go. Note: this mall is usually swamped with holiday shoppers so you may want to avoid shopping there during the holiday season.

Hunting for Bargains
If you’re hunting for some great deals then you’ll definitely want to check out Redfield Promenade & Firecreek Crossing. For convenience they are actually located across the street from each other so hoping back and forth is an option and price shopping is a breeze. Featured here are well-known stores such as Wal-Mart, Old Navy, and Safeway to name a few. This is a great place to do some shopping for items even for back home as well as clothing and more. Reno shopping has never been easier.

Tip: Check the Reno city’s website for some money saving coupons!

Reno shopping offers a unique opportunity to shop in style at the Southwest Pavilion. Painted noticeably in pink, it features a classic southwest feel to it. You’ll find a post office here in case you need to mail anything back home or you can browse through a number of smaller boutiques and specialty shops.

You can enjoy even more Reno shopping at the Sparks Mercantile Center. Along with some prime shopping spots, you’ll find a number of restaurants and cafes as well. Take a load off your feet and relax with a cappuccino after a day of Reno shopping. The Sparks Mercantile Center is located just minutes away from the center of town.

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