Looking for where to find some of the best shopping in Las Vegas? This list covers many of the popular Outlet Malls, shopping centers & more.
Once upon a time Las Vegas shopping options were limited to either cheap t-shirts or high-end luxuries few could afford, but these days there are so many choices that some people come to Vegas just to spend – and not just on slot machines, either.
Go ahead and enjoy a fun shopping spree during your vacation.
Fun Ways to Spend Your Days in Between Shopping:
Before we get started, want to fit in some fun activities and sightseeing alongside your shopping crusade? Of course you do.
The below suggestions are a great way for new-comers to familiarize themselves with the area, all while saving a bunch of money on top attractions, tours, and more.
- Popular 3 days in Las Vegas itinerary
- Things to do in Las Vegas during the day
- Kid friendly activities in Las Vegas
And now, on with our shopping suggestions…
Downtown Container Park
Downtown Container Park is a shopping, dining, and entertainment destination made up of re-purposed shipping containers and locally manufactured “Xtreme cubes”.
This shopping destination is unique to Las Vegas and employs creative, new-concept retail strategy resulting in lots of innovative and trendy boutiques and restaurants.
Check it out and decide for yourself whether you think the controversial project is the best thing or the worst thing to happen in Las Vegas.
The Premium Outlets, as locals call it, has 175 outlet stores including popular brands like Ann Taylor, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Nautica, Disney, Coach, Fossil, TAG Heuer, and more.
The indoor/outdoor vibe allows visitors to enjoy some of the Vegas weather and the far-below-retail pricing will leave you plenty of money for late-night fun back on the Strip.
Located across from Wynn Las Vegas (Big Bus Las Vegas bus stop #13 on Strip Route) at the corner of Las Vegas Blvd and Spring Mountain Road, this shopping wonderland is situated on prime real estate.
More than 250 stores – including seven big-name anchors – join restaurants like The Capital Grille and Maggiano’s Little Italy (plus dozens of delicious and diverse eateries scattered throughout the property for a mall-meets-mealtime extravaganza beloved by tourists and locals alike.
When it comes to snagging Vegas souvenirs, few spots offer more variety or sheer volume of interesting and highly memorable knick knacks than the ABC Stores.
There are several outposts located on the Strip – including one in Fashion Show Mall – and one downtown on Fremont Street, so you have plenty of opportunities to grab your Elvis key chain or Hawaiian-themed goods (something the chain is known for).
From the gilded interior design to the breath-taking water features and the animatronic show that delights onlookers throughout the day, this Vegas version of Rodeo Drive offers plenty of entertainment for shoppers hoping to score designer duds during their stay in Sin City.
Need chocolate? This place 100 percent has you covered. Some 28,000 square feet of multi-colored fun is spread out of this shops four floors next to the MGM Grand.
You can create personalized M&M’s or buy ready-made items like t-shirts or figurines. It’s fun for the whole family, because nobody – and we mean nobody – is too old for chocolate!
The Grand Bazaar Shops are the newest addition to the Las Vegas shopping experience. This colorful series of tent-like buildings and stalls in front of Bally’s Las Vegas, opened in early 2015.
Grand Bazaar blends the feel of an open-air market with the pure majesty of the Vegas Strip for an intoxicating combo that has everyone buzzing (literally, be sure to stop by Tipsy Truffles for alcohol-infused chocolates).
Elements like a captivating light show every night at 9:00 pm and 12:00 am and a bar known for its eye-catching flair-style bartenders add to the fun.
Town Square has a little bit of everything.
There are big shopping stores like H&M and Express, boutique spots where you can buy dresses you’re unlikely to see on anyone else in Vegas, and children’s stores, accessory stalls, and makeup depots (hello Sephora), too.
Grab a bite at one of several eateries or let the kiddos cool off in the small water park situated at the center of this neighborhood-like shopping center.
Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood
Situated right in the middle of all the action on the Strip, the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood are a site to see.
This indoor shopping mall features a faux sky ceiling so it looks like you’re in an open-air setting and rainstorms daily complete with thunder, lightning, fog, and pouring rain.
You can find lots of reasonably priced retailers in addition to higher-end designer shops.
Check out the rainstorm schedule here.
The Hawaiian Marketplace
Unique to Las Vegas, pick up some cheap thrills and get a taste of Hawaii at this outdoor shopping center. Comprised mostly of a collection of kiosks, it’s a great place to pick up some small souvenirs, island-style fashion, and more.
Let’s Recap on Our ‘Cheap’ Las Vegas Shopping
So there are a handful of spots to checkout if you’re looking for some of the best shopping in Las Vegas, including popular cheap options, outlet malls, and other hotspots.
So when you are planning your trip, consider including some of these options to your vacation itinerary.