Ready to take advantage of those post-holiday deals? Malls are the perfect place to shop mid-winter because they’re so warm and cozy. However, they’re also designed to make you spend more money. (Ever wonder why you’ll never find a window or a clock in a mall? The absence of them keeps you from thinking about how much time has passed.) To avoid those impulsive purchases and nab the best markdowns, check out these money-saving mall tips. They’ll help you quickly find the bargains and save your hard-earned cash.
To find unadvertised deals, head to guest services.
Virtually every mall has a guest services kiosk, where you’ll find a person ready to hand out maps and inform you of store hours. Plus, if you ask, they may also tell you about new or unadvertised deals at mall stores and restaurants, or they may give you valuable coupons available only at the kiosk. Some are handed out for free; others are sold in bulk. For example, at the Mall of America in Minnesota, you can buy a coupon book loaded with 250 offers (worth $2,000 in savings) for mall stores, eateries, and attractions — all for $9.95. Tip: Some malls give discounts if you belong to certain organizations, such as AAA or the military (military families count, too).
To build a game plan before you go, check the deals page.
Mall stores are eager to get in-person shoppers again, so they’re offering ways to save when you visit. And great news: You can find deals, like limited-time sales, insider coupons, and promo codes in one convenient place: the “deals” page of your mall’s website. For example, the deals page of Pennsylvania’s King of Prussia mall recently posted about 50-percent-off sales at Fabletics, Sur La Table, and Express. And Florida’s Sawgrass Mills Mall’s page posted a promotional code good for 70…
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