Pleasant Prairie outlet mall is worth the trip
By Denise Nape The Shopper June 7, 2012 11:16AM
Last weekend we decided to take a little road trip up to the Pleasant Prairie Outlet Mall in Wisconsin. It was a beautiful day and it’s not as far as you’d think to head up for an afternoon. The mall is located right off of Interstate 94 near Kenosha.
The biggest reason that I wanted to go was to check out the North Face Outlet store. It did not disappoint. Many winter coats and accessories were 50% off. I was looking around primarily for spring outerwear. I found a North Face TKA 100 Masonic hooded fleece jacket. It’s regularly priced $65, but they had it for $19.99. I also liked this TKA microvelour quarter-zip top. This was on sale for $26.99 from $55.
The Gap Outlet store had their hoodies with the Gap logo on the front on sale for $9.57 instead of the original price of $49.95. They also had their Aubrey style capris for $14.99 instead of $44.99.
The Under Armour Factory store had t-shirts for women for $9.97 rather than $24.99.
Old Navy Outlet store cargo shorts for men were priced $11.70 instead of $19.50. That’s 40% off.
American Eagle Outfitters Outlet store had skinny jeans marked down to $14.99 from $39.50. Also their graphic tees were $9.57 from $15.95.
Some other stores that had great deals were:
Restoration Hardware Outlet had a beautiful King Size bed on clearance for $1,700 from $2,600. They also had plenty of outdoor furniture to choose from.
The White House Black Market Outlet had jeans marked down to $19.99 from $88. Also, shoes originally priced $50 were marked to $19.99.
Shopper’s tip: Make a day of it and stop at Mars Cheese Castle for a snack.w We did.