Princess Square shopping centre.
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.
Bracknell Market: Shopping at the local market
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.
Princess Square: Shopping in Bracknell
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.
Princess Square: Okay for essentials but not for Shopaholics
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).