Shopping Malls, Tucson
Tucson Mall has a great selection of shops to choose from. It offers large department stores (including J C Penney, Sears, Dillards and Macy's) and small specialist stores - it's a great opportunity to pick up any items you may require during your trip.
MALL OPENING HOURS :
Monday to Saturday : 10:00 - 21:00
Sunday : 12:00 - 18:00
The Mall also has a food court - which has great views out to the mountains.
Tucson's SunTran transit services operate out to Tucson Mall, stopping at the nearby Tohono Tadai Transit Centre.
What to buy: I got a great 4-in-1 winter coat from J C Penney.
What to pay: Expect to pay standard mall prices - this is more about convenience with so many shops in one location!
I knew Tucson Mall is the largest shopping center in Southern Arizona so it makes it a good place to find almost everything, personally I like Aeropostale and JC Penny. Another thing that I really liked was that in the food court you have an amazing view of the mountains.
If you want to buy a souvenir, don’t miss Arizona Avenue (inside the mall) and buy from local craft to jewlery. I bought a strawberry lollypop with an scorpion inside!!
What to buy: Scorpion lollypops!
The Tucson Mall is the largest shopping center in Southern Arizona. Has something like 100 stores or more. The shops are good. It has some stores uniquely Arizona, and have all the major chains you would find anywhere else.
The Foothills Mall is (I think) the second biggest mall here in town. It is in the rich part of town so the prices are a lot higher for the stuf you could find at the other malls around town that are a lot cheaper. They do have the only NIKE store in southern Arizona though.
What to buy: Anything you want!!!!!!
What to pay: Depends
Experience sensational shopping in a bright, airy setting with more than 200 specialty stores and restaurants. Featuring six major department stores as well as Tucson's only J. Crew, Brookstone, Cache, Club Libby Lu, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Nine West, and Hollister Co.