Best Outlet Malls in Las Vegas (Stores, Locations & Hours)


There are plenty of places to shop in Las Vegas, but outlet stores are where you’ll find the best deals. Fortunately, Las Vegas has several malls dedicated COMPLETELY TO OUTLET STORES! These are the best outlet malls in Las Vegas:

  • Las Vegas North Premium Outlets
  • Las Vegas South Premium Outlets
  • Prizm Outlets

I shopped at each outlet mall to give you the inside scoop on each one. In this article, I’ll give you a complete list of all of the shops at each outlet mall and go over which mall has the more affordable prices. I’ll also let you know exactly where each outlet mall is located, so you can find the one closest to where your staying.

Coach Outlet at Las Vegas South Premium Outlets

**Please note that all of the outlet shops are located off of the Las Vegas Strip (you’ll have to drive or take an Uber/Lyft). If you’re looking to stay on the Strip, you’ll still have plenty of shopping options. I wrote another article with all of the best shopping malls on the Las Vegas Strip.

Las Vegas North Premium Outlets

The Las Vegas North Premium Outlets are located about 10 north of the Las Vegas Strip. There are over 180 top luxury brands at this outlet, many of them offering discounts of up to 65% off normal retail prices.

  • Location: Downtown Las Vegas (10 minutes off Strip)
  • Hours: 11am-8pm (Monday-Thursday), 10am-9pm (Friday-Sunday)
  • Parking: $5/day for parking garage

Here are a few brands with stores at the North Premium Outlets:

ArmaniPolo Ralph Lauren
CoachPacsun
Calvin KleinPrada
DisneyVersace
Dolce & GabbanaDiesel
Joe’s JeansAllSaints
lululemonVictoria’s Secret
Michael KorsNike

There are many more brands with outlet stores at this mall. You can get a full list of all the stores on the Las Vegas North Premium Outlets website.

In addition to the the outlet stores, the North Premium Outlets also have some fantastic dining options. These are some of the restaurants found at the outlets:

  • Chipotle
  • Shake Shack
  • The Cheesecake Factory
  • Haagen-Dazs
  • Starbucks
  • Auntie Anne’s Pretzels
  • Kung Pao Wok
  • Green Leaf’s
  • Subway

This is my favorite outlet mall in Las Vegas. There a dozens of brands here that are impossible to find anywhere else. And since they’re outlet stores, all the merchandise is discounted.

I recommend going to the North Premium Outlets right when they open in the morning. The stores start to get busy by 1pm, causing longer lines.

The location of the mall is great. It’s right in the center of Downtown Las Vegas, so there’s plenty to do. If you have never been to Downtown Las Vegas, I encourage you to check out the article I wrote here. There are tons of inexpensive things to do in Downtown Las Vegas that you can’t do on the Strip.

There’s no doubt that the North Premium Outlets focus on high-end brands. If you’re looking to shop upscale designers at a discount, this is definitely the place to be.

However, shoppers looking for deals on slightly less expensive brands are going to want to check out the next outlet mall on this list, the Las Vegas South Premium Outlets.

Las Vegas South Premium Outlets

The Las Vegas South Premium Outlets have many of the same stores as the North Premium Outlets but also have a number of more casual, less expensive brands. The mall itself is also a little bit smaller. However, it’s indoors so you won’t have to deal with the Vegas heat.

  • Location: 10 minutes south of the Strip
  • Hours: 11am-8pm (Monday-Thursday), 10am-9pm (Friday-Sunday)
  • Parking: free lot parking

The South Premium Outlets are located about 10 minutes south of the Las Vegas Strip. Here are some of the brands you’ll find at this outlet mall:

Aldo Under Armour
Calvin KleinPolo Ralph Lauren
Clarkskate spade
DisneyFamous Footwear
ExpressColumbia
GuessChampion
Levi’sBanana Republic
Lucky BrandAeropostale

The South Premium Outlets have about 140 brands represented at the mall. You can see a full list of the stores on the Las Vegas South Premium Outlets website.

There are also a number of quality dining options available directly in the mall. A few of them include:

  • Chicken Now
  • Dairy Queen
  • Dunkin’ Donuts
  • Starbucks
  • Fatburger
  • Cinnabon
  • Sbarro
  • Rubio’s Fresh Mexican Grill
  • Subway
  • Wetzel’s Pretzels

Although the North Premium Outlets and the South Premium Outlets do have some of the same stores, the South Outlets have more casual brands with cheaper prices.

Overall, I would say that the South Premium Outlets are slightly more affordable than the North. However, outside of shopping, there is less to do near the South Premium Outlets for entertainment.

Fortunately, the South Premium Outlets are easier to get to than the North. Instead of having to drive or take an Uber, you can actually take a bus down the outlets. This is extremely convenient especially if you’re staying on the south end of the Strip.

If you’re looking to save money on transportation, I wrote a more in-depth post about the Deuce Bus here. This bus stops at the Las Vegas South Premium Outlets and Town Square (another large shopping center).

Prizm Outlets

The Prizm Outlets (formerly known as the Fashion Outlets) are a small outlet mall located about 30 minutes off the Las Vegas Strip. This mall is actually located near the California border, in Primm Nevada.

  • Location: 30 minutes off the Strip
  • Hours: 10am-6pm
  • Parking: free lot parking

The Prizm Outlets have been shrinking over the years and only a couple of stores remain. A few of them include:

Levi’sPolo Ralph Lauren
Michael KorsTommy Bahama
Tommy HilfigerBath & Body Works

There are some souvenir stores as well, but nothing really noteworthy. The restaurants at the mall and in the surrounding plaza include:

  • Carl’s Jr.
  • Juice Box
  • Taco Bell
  • Alex’s Mexican Food Factory
  • McDonald’s
  • Starbucks

Since this mall is located far away from most of the action of the Strip, they bring people in with really good deals. The shopping experience is pretty good since there also tends to be less people at this mall. It’s nice to shop without the crowds.

The Prizm Outlets were recently remodeled and now have some really unique art murals throughout the property. They have 93,000 square feet of street art murals made by 34 of the best artists in the world. So not only are the Prizm Outlets a mall, but also an art museum.

Nevertheless, for most shoppers, the 30 minute ride isn’t going to be worth the trip. You can find the same outlet stores at the other two malls.

However, if you do plan on making the trip out to the Prizm Outlets, there are some fun things to do this far away from the Strip. Whiskey Pete’s Hotel & Casino is located directly across the street.

Since the gambling odds are generally better at off-strip casinos, winning a few rounds of blackjack may be a source for some extra shopping money. There is also a roller coaster next door at Buffalo Bill’s Resort & Casino.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you get to the Las Vegas Premium Outlets? The best way to get to the Las Vegas Premium Outlets is by driving yourself or taking an Uber/Lyft. You can also get the the South Premium Outlets by taking the Deuce Bus. Walking is not a feasible option.

Are outlet stores worse quality? Most of the merchandise sold at outlets stores is either overstock or specifically manufactured for the outlet. Merchandise that is specifically manufactured for the outlet may be of lower quality than retail merchandise. Outlet stores do this in order to lower costs and offer deep discounts.

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