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    Arizona Hiking Shack: A good choice for outdoor equipment

    by blueskyjohn Updated Apr 22, 2014

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    This is a nice shop with a very good book and map section. They have limited clothes for sale. Just the Bear minimum. Pack section has a nice selection. However they have limited staff working. From what I saw during my time there, if you are lucky enough to get someone to help you, they will be with you until you are done shopping. But with only two or three people working help is scarce. Good to know there is some option to REI.

    Hours:

    Monday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
    Tuesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
    Wednesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
    Thursday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
    Friday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
    Saturday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
    Sunday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

    What to buy: If it is hiking, climbing or camping related, they have it.

    What to pay: Their prices are on par with other outdoor retail stores.

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    • Hiking and Walking
    • Camping

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    "A Second Look" Consignment Superstore: It's Worth "A Second Look"!

    by razorbacker Written Sep 26, 2013

    This is Brenda's favorite store. It makes her happy just to be there! Art, food, books, games, movies, music, antiques, great unique collectibles. Inventory very fluid and imaginative.

    What to buy: Hey I like looking at everything. They have a fun cowboy section, sailing, exotic locales, eclectic kitchen gadgets, clothes, a little coffeehouse, great books, games, movies, and music. I could spend a LOT of time and a LOT of money in there! (But I'd have to by a LOT of stuff to spend a LOT of money! That's the problem ... they've got so much GREAT stuff!)

    What to pay: Great prices across the board, special bargains and sales as well!

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    • Arts and Culture
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    Poppa Maize Gourmet Popcorn: What's popping?

    by razorbacker Written Jul 29, 2009

    All things popcorn. Some WILD combinations! Some stand-outs: Christmas Crunch (white chocolate, peppermint, dried cranberries, and pistachios,) Firecracker Crunch (Red, white, and blue - cherry, white chocolate, and blueberry,) Pineapple Jalapeno, and German Chocolate (chocolate, walnuts, and coconut.)

    What to buy: Look around and indulge your taste buds' fantasies!

    What to pay: Depends on your budget.

    Street entrance. Inside the store. Outside entrance.
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    • Food and Dining

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    Scottsdale Fashion Square: Scottsdale Fashion Square

    by jumpingnorman Updated Jun 30, 2009

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    This is where my wife loves to shop at, because the places has 225 stores! We were actually just there this afternoon...

    There is the Grand Café and also the Kona Grill (for meat and potatoes diners and sushi lovers), plus a foodcourt with teriyaki and sushi fastfood choices, Paradise café, and even Johnny Rockets.

    There also small food shops and we particularly like the PB Loco shop which has several different kinds of peanut butter available - kids love them!

    If you see us in this mall, then just say hi!

    What to buy: The high-end stores include Nordstrom, Tiffany & Co, and Neiman Marcus, among other famous name brand stores like Louis Vuitton, Coach, Burberry (my wife’s favourite), Boss Hugo, Bottega V, Salvatore F, kate spade, Gucci, Tourneau, Juicy Couture and even Jimmy Choo - you name it.

    There is also a new Armani Exchange store (as of 2008) and several other new stores popping up (Barney’s New York to open in 2009).

    For young ones, Abercombie, Aeropostale…

    My daughter liking high fashion, hehehe
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    Kierland Commons: Kierland Commons in Scottsdale

    by jumpingnorman Updated Jun 30, 2009

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    Remember this is where I bought my $300+ designer sunglasses which almost fell into the ocean when we were in La Jolla, San Diego (hahahaha...the rock was slippery with algae), and this is also where you can buy a lot of designer stuff for your home.

    The area is very nice to walk around in, with a Barnes and Noble and nice shops like Restoration Hardware. Restaurants around the area also feature French cuisine and sushi!

    Parking is a little bit difficult though because the luxury cars already fill up the spaces early...that's why we call it "Snottsdale" (snotty Scottsdale), hehehe...

    Scottsdale Rd and Greenway Pkwy
    Mon –Sat 1000-2100, Sun Noon-1800
    480-348-1577

    What to buy: Kierland Commons has 70 high-end specialty stores which include Anthropologie, BCBG Max Azria, Chico’s, Crate & Barrel (our personal favorite), Sur la Table (for our kitchen), Smith and Hawken, Tommy Bahama, and Z Gallerie. Isaac Jewelers is where you can buy Versace, Hermes, and my favorite Mont Blanc…

    Our twins cheering for Diamondbacks in AZ
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    Chandler farmes market: Chandler Farmers market

    by HeidiR Written Dec 21, 2008

    The amrket meets on a Thursday between 3 and 6pm.
    It meets in Old town Chandler on Arizona ave. Map and details of some vendors on my website
    http://sites.google.com/site/heidibarefootbooks/Home/farmer

    There are produce vendors including organic produce, salsa, hummus, breads and chutneys, many more
    On the other side there is craft vendors with home made items such as cushions, jewelrly and soaps.

    There are also retail vendors such as myself selling barefoot childrens books. Although I am not there every week.

    Come and support my friends and see some historic downtown Chandler

    http://sites.google.com/site/heidibarefootbooks/Home/farmer

    What to buy: produce

    crafts

    retail

    What to pay: whatever is right

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  • J. C. Penney: Superstition Spring Mall - update 10/2007

    by cherylrf Updated Oct 17, 2007

    (2007) We revisited the JC Penney store in the Superstition Mall this year and we were just a little disappointed. They still have a good selection of larger sizes but nothing like they had in 2006. I guess the larger size women just don't shop for clothing any more. The sales person said the department has not really changed that much but being the shopper - it has changed. It was still a nice store and the mall has lots of good shops and eaterys so it was worth the trip there.

    (2006) Usually J C Penney is just like any other department store. Lots of junior and misses size clothes and about 6 pieces for larger women. Well, this place is different! Their WOMENS department is larger than any I have ever been in. They have beautiful Large size clothes. Very stylish and affordable. I went just a little crazy and had to mail a box home from vacation. I can't wait to go back there!

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    The Garden Shop: Shopping at the Desert Botanical Gardens

    by VeronicaG Updated May 10, 2007

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    Anyone visiting Phoenix would enjoy the desert's treasures in the Spring, especially here at the Desert Botanical Gardens. Like most museums or botanical gardens there is a gift shop, which is located near the entrance.

    Wonderful things await within...I discovered some lightly scented soaps made from natural vegetation which can be found throughout this desert state. Prickly Pear and Desert Aloe soap to be exact--umm, they smell wonderful (picture 3)!

    You can also thumb through a large variety of books and cards, choose a plant or perhaps a special garden inspired gift. The Botanical Gardens cat might even stir from a nap to greet you warmly for stopping by (picture 2)!

    Garden Shop hours are 9am-5pm daily.

    The Garden Shop The Botanical Gardens Kitty Luscious Nature Soaps
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    My Sister's Attic, My Sister's Closet ...: Consignment, Resale Clothing & Home Furnishings

    by queencreekfreak Updated Apr 29, 2007

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    My Sister's Closet had a number of locations in Phoenix, Scottsdale & Chandler Arizona. They actually have four different types of stores. My Sister's Closet is for designer apparel for women, Wello Suited, is men's resale, My Sister's Attic is for home furnishings and Small Change is for children.

    I love the attic and have found some lovely items there. My husband enjoys Well Suited. The clothes are clean and still in style. The Closet has tons of womens apparel including shoes and purses. Great prices.

    Please check out their website for locations.

    What to buy: Great assortment of womens tops, suits, shoes and handbags.

    What to pay: $8 - $50

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    • Study Abroad

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    Son Silver West: Pieces of the Southwest

    by gypsysoul73 Written Jan 16, 2007

    The Son Silver West store and gallery is a fine place specializing in western art and various knick knacks like chile ristras, jewelry, pueblo pottery, souvenir items, saddles, and other cowboy paraphernalia.

    But what dominated the grounds were the chile ristras (string of chili). Hundreds of years ago these chilis were laid out to dry and then strung together as a way for the people to preserve them long after the growing season. Long after the invention of the freezer, these chile ristras continue to be a popular kitchen ornament found in many southwestern kitchens.

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    Last Chance Bargain Shoes and Apparel: Filene's in the Desert

    by Favzoz Updated Jan 11, 2005

    I learned about this shop from a local (and also recommended by the doorman at the hotel I stayed at). Last Chance is the only final, final clearance outlet for Nordstrom's. This is where all the items that people bought and decided (for whatever reason) they didn't want end up after they return them to Nordstrom's. It is about as discounted as things are going to get. Shopping here can be fun and yield tremendous values, but it requires a certain mindset. The experience is a combination flea-market, garage/yard-sale, discount-shop, boutique-designer shop, and lunch with the ladies kind of a thing. Got that? If you are in a treasure hunting frame of mind you can find all sorts of unbelievable buys. I am still wearing a pair of designer pants that retailed for hundreds of dollars and fit like a glove. I absolutely love these things. I paid how much?? Three dollars. I bought a suitcase for $14 in the store to lug home all the bargains I found-no kidding. Inventory changes daily, shipped in from all Nordstom's locations and related stores. Made me think of Filene's Basement. Always crowded. Men's, women's, children's apparel.

    What to buy: Last Chance is a good place to buy designer items for less, if you are willing to search. You can find things that are in "new" condition. Just be sure to inspect carefully before purchasing. All sales are final.

    What to pay: Most items are no more than $100. Expect to pay 25 cents to $100 depending on item.

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    • Family Travel

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    THE SCOTTSDALE FASHION SQUARE: UPSCALE SHOPPING IN SCOTTSDALE

    by Rich62 Written Jun 14, 2005

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    This mall is pricey but fun to explore. Go north on Scottsdale Road from Tempe and you will see it on your left.

    What to pay: a lot

    THE SCOTTSDALE MALL
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    • Luxury Travel
    • Road Trip

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