Princess Square is a mall in Bracknell town centre. It has a multi-storey carpark & is near the bus & railway stations.
Bracknell's department store, Bentall's links into the centre. Sainsbury's have a supermarket here, there are a couple of electrical shops (one national chain & one regional chain), a couple of photographic retailers, clothes shops & an Argos.
The market is open on fridays and saturdays. There is all sorts to see although they are always the same shops each week. I often go and get fruit & veg there. Expect to hear lots of shouting from the guys at the fruit & veg stalls, as they try to attract customers.
What to buy: You can buy fruit & veg, meat from the butchers, magazines, sweets, cards, videos, DVDs, pet food, furniture and more.
What to pay: It is great on price should you be looking to buy food on the cheap, and the quality isn't that bad either.
This is a precinct where you can find a lot of the common shops. They include WHSmith, Sainsbury's, Bentalls, Argos, Game, Burtons, Topshop, Dixons and other lesser known shops. Good for all your general requirements.
The town centre has the major chains but not enough for a real afternoon's shop for clothes of presents. I would reccommend going to nearby Reading or Windsor for this.
Princess Sq does have free parking on a Sunday.
What to buy: Nothing.
Peel Centre has various retail superstores, such as Halfords, Currys, DIY stores & a Morrisons (formerly Safeway).