Outlet Shopping in San Francisco

Best Outlet Shopping in San Francisco

We all love a little retail therapy every now and then. But with so many options out there it can be tricky to know where to start. To help with that we’ve put together some of our favourite places for outlet shopping in San Francisco. If you want even more great suggestions for SF pop over to the local group to meet new people in area and get advice on everything from renting to brunch spots.

San Francisco Premium Outlet

If you are into designer wear, San Francisco Premium Outlet Mall in Livermore is where you want to go. There are over 180 stores to visit so you have a good selection of everything. Want to upgrade your shopping experience? Sign up to be a VIP where you receive special online discounts, exclusive news about your favourite stores and Livermore outlets coupons. Getting there is very easy, they even have a special shopping tour busΒ you can get that picks you up and drops you off, so handy! Premium outlet hours are 10 am – 9 pm.

Lululemon

Lululemon San Francisco is the store you want to go to when buying anything exercise related. Well, clothes-wise of course. They have a massive range of yoga-inspired athletic apparel company for women and men. They are a bit pricey but the quality of all the pieces are 100% and last you a really long time. They have three stores in San Francisco, 845 Market St, 7 Grant Avenue and 1981 Union Street. Premium outlet hours are 10 am – 8 pm.

Broadway Plaza

Broadway Plaza outlet mall has recently been renovated and looks stunning. There are plenty of shops and new seating areas that encourage you to stay longer. Plus public art, fountains and flowers everywhere that making the plaza look aesthetically pleasing. If you need to get a bite to eat after all your shopping, I recommend the True Kitchen. Broadway Plaza also has lots of events on throughout the year including baby yoga and mini makeovers at Sephora. IT’d be a great spot for a GirlCrew afternoon. Premium outlet hours are 10 am – 9 pm.

Marina Square

Marina Square is an outdoor outlet and value centre located in the heart of Alameda County in San Leandro. The Center features a variety of popular stores including Nordstrom, Nike, GAP Factory Store and Converse Clearance. They have special sales all throughout the year and if you sign up for their email, you get lots of online discounts and outlet mall coupons sent to you in the mail. Premium outlet hours are 10 am to 9 pm every night except Sunday which is 10 am – 6 pm.

Rack Room Shoes

Rack Room Shoes is the perfect Livermore outlet shoe store. They have absolutely tons of great shoes and sneakers on offer. Great shoes for men, women and children. They pride themselves on having comfortable, dressy, casual, and athletic shoes. Making Rack Room Shoes the family footwear retailer of choice. There is always a great sale on and they often have buy one get one free. Perfect excuse to treat yourself to two pairs of shoes! Premium hours are 10 am to 9 pm.

Now that you know where to go, all you need is to find someone to go with. If you’re looking for a shopping buddy, or some styling tips pop over to the fashion group on the GirlCrew app. Where do you go outlet shopping in San Francisco? Have we missed your favourite spot? Let us know in the comments below.

While we have you here, why not also check out some great brunch spots, or the top places to get deals on pizza and beer in SF. Winning!

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Ellie Smyth

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8 comments

  1. I loved the list but San Francisco Premium Outlet is my favorite, but Rack room shoes are looking great too.A good outlet solves many problems.

  2. I’ve always wanted to go to San Francisco so I’ll have to remember this list when I finally get there! There aren’t any outlet places near me so it’s always fun to hit them up when I travel.

  3. I’ve visited SF few years ago. It’s really an amazing city. Looking at this post I realise how much shopping areas I’ve missed. It gives me an excuse for a return visit πŸ™‚

  4. I so miss outlet shopping in the US of A, in any city really. As much as the Canadian outlets try (or maybe they don’t), the prices and sales do not compare. How can one argue with finding a $2 dress? I think its road trip time!

  5. Oh and I was just in San Francisco Too! I wish I knew about this place while I was there. Thank you for sharing this gem. I will definitely bookmark it for future reference!

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