Antigua and Barbuda Shopping

  • Shopping
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  • Shopping
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    Nice Women's Flip Flops
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Antigua and Barbuda Shopping

  • A Jumble of Goods

    Vendor's Mall is a large wharehouse type building packed with stalls selling everything and anything you could want to buy. The stalls are packed tightly together so it's very hard at some spots to navigate through the maze of merchandise. We often find that the best way to tackle shopping here is to come with an idea of what you want and tell the...

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  • Beachwear, souvenirs and more

    The Boutique at Sandals has every thing you might need while on a beach holiday from toilietries, medications, sunblock, bug repellent, bathingsuits, clothings, shoes, bags, magazines, local rum, candy, books and the usual array of souvenirs.My wife loves to shop so I knew I was in trouble day one of the vacation.My wife is a saavy shopper; she...

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  • Cheap Liquor and Last Minute Souvenirs

    The Airport has duty free shops in case you have forgotten to pick up some jewelry, liquor, perfume or souvenirs for the folks at home. We picked up some Johnnie Walker Blue for a friend back home, some fridge magnets, a straw basket and a shot glass for one of Liz's friends. We also picked up a snack for the plane as I knew the food offering in...

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  • Wonderful Spa Products

    My wife and I love the spa products from Red Lane; in particular their suncare line. Our last visit we purchased some after sun lotion, body lotion and a papaya facial mist for my wife. The prices are comprable to any other store brand and have an incredible scent. Just this past year they have made the product line available for online purchase so...

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  • Duty Free Liquor

    The Liquor Store is just one of the many shops in St. John selling duty free liquor. The shop had a large selection of local Caribbean rum as well as international brands of liquor. Basically if you drink it they've got it here from inexpensive Vodka all the way up to pricey Scotch such as King George.Knowing your prices is key to get a bargain as...

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  • Swim and Beachwear

    Sun Seakers is a large swim and resort wear store right in the heart of downtown St. John. My wife wanted to check out the store and its merchandise. The store is two levels with the regularly priced items on the main level and the sale/clearance items upstairs. They have a large selection of bathing suits, coverups, sundresses and flip flops. Some...

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  • Stop in and see Eddy

    Diamonds International is a jewelry chain with locations throughout North America but focused primarily in the Caribbean. The store carries a variety of watches and jewelry for both men and women. This is the only Diamonds International store I like. Eddy here is a good friend of a friend and is very reptuable. He is fair with prices and shows the...

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  • Duty Free Shopping

    Abbott's Jewelry is a good duty free shop right in the Heritage Quay shopping are; just a short five minute walk from the pier.The shop has a variety of duty free items; jewelry, perfume, liquor, crystal and some fine china and porcelain items. During our visit I found a charming piece of LLadro that I fell in love with at first sight. I love...

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  • Souvenirs

    Shipwreck is one of the many souvenir shops you'll find in St. John; in particular in Heritage Quay. The them of most of the souvenirs is Pirates; shirts, mugs, post cards, etc. There is also a large selection of just "Antigua" souvenirs.My wife purchased some Christmas ornaments for her Motehr and mine; which were reasonably priced at $5 each.

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  • Jewelry, Watches and More

    Abbott's is a shop that carries just about anything you could be looking for: jewelry, crystal, porcelain, watches, perfume and other duty free items. My wife and I were shopping in the Heritage Quay area when we decided to stop in for a look. My wife is a fan of Lladro and is always on the lookout for unique pieces to add to her collection. She...

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  • Not the Duty-Free shops

    We looked at a few of the duty-free shops but didn't buy anything in them. Instead we got some fun sun-dresses at one of the many vendor stalls nearby. They're located in a cluster of stalls where they do pounce upon you as you enter. Each vendor will want to sell you their wares and they all sell similar stuff.Be brave and forge through!

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  • Maps, Charts and Local Crafts

    There is well stocked gift shop attached to the Dockyard Museum in the Naval Officer's House. I took some photos of items for sale, but am not sure whether the picture was of that store or of the other boutique type places that were there.I also took a picture about the designing of a totem (photo 2) in this area. It carries old maps, plans and...

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  • Off the Shopping Track

    Caribbean Helicopters has a little display at the heliport selling various items of clothing with their logo. This includes:Polo shirtsTank-topsT-ShirtsMugsHatsBeltsBags Contact them by mail at:Caribbean HelicoptersJH Box 170Jolly HarbourAntigua, WI The only thing I bought was a DVD about Montserrat

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  • Shopping in Antigua

    Visit the duty-free malls in St John's restored waterfront of Redcliffe Quay, which is excellent for local arts and crafts (palm-frond bowls, pottery, batik, woodcarvings), designer brands, fragrances (including frangipani perfume) and jewellery. More duty-free bargains such as island-aged rum, handicrafts and beachwear are available from Heritage...

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  • Shopping With a View!

    On your way down to English Harbour, look out for the designated viewpoint set on top of a hill, just up a few steps. It may have a name but I don't recall it! It's got a great view down to the sea & then you can stop & buy a T shirt as a souvenir! We didn't intend to get one but the ladies were just so funny & friendly that we felt we should!I...

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  • Plenty of Shopping Opportunities...

    St John's is the capital of Antigua & is where all the visiting cruise ships dock. The town centre shops are a just a few minutes walk from the harbour & there are plenty here to suit all shoppers. Wooden & brightly painted, the town has a relaxed friendly atmosphere - there were some strange but seemingly harmless characters wandering around - a...

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  • St Johns duty free area

    St Johns duty free area isn't huge, but consists of the usual duty free jewellary sellers such as Columbian Emeralds, Diamonds Intl etc. There are also some smaller more local jewellers.Other shops of interest was of course is the liquer shop to stock up on the rum to take home. An art shop, and various other handicraft and clothing outlets.Unless...

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  • Diamonds Intl

    They'll discount the ticket price somewhat, but thereis always another $50 to be squeeze out of them! - I saw it happen with 2 different shop assistants while we were there, where the customer was indecisive about the purchase.

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  • Shopping in St Johns

    The only place on the island to shop is in the islands capital St JohnsThere is nothing much to shop for on Antigua.In St Johns you will find the usual tourist souvenir shops and can also find duty free jewellery and drinks.Make your way to Redcliffe Quay where the cruise ships dock and you will find plenty of jewellery / diamond shops to keep you...

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  • Heritage Quay

    Heritage Quay is a purpose-built shopping area in St John's. It is aimed firmly at the day-trippers who visit from the cruise ships, with most shops selling duty free products such as cosmetics and jewellery. There are a few shops which sell more local produce such as coffee and spices, but the prices are quite steep compared to those on the market...

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  • Rum in Antigua!

    Most of the shops are filled with all the same stuff. Liquor and cigarettes. Two of my daughters bad vices. Cig's were $13 a carton and liquor was cheap too!

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  • The shopping comes to you!

    I had to look twice when I saw this lady coming down the beach...she was balancing a jewelry case on her head! How unique!! I bought two gorgeous ankle bracelets from her.. Sorry, can't remember

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