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There’s always lots of offers on top of discounts – which can be up to 50 per cent – including days where over-50s get an extra 10 per cent off





Two of the largest outlets in Orlando selling clothes, shoes and accessories for the whole family are Premium Outlets in Vineland Avenue and International Drive, which have a total of 340 stores. There’s always lots of offers on top of discounts – which can be up to 50 per cent – including days where over-50s get an extra 10 per cent off. Orlando’s theme parks and hotels sell a multitude of branded clothes and souvenirs in their bright, fun shops. If in the parks, you can have your purchases stored until the end of the day or, if staying at one of the park hotels, have them delivered to your room.


Close by is the fabulous Mall


At Millenia, home to the equally brilliant department stores Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s and designer labels such as Chanel and Gucci. Valet parking is even available here.


Service is everything in Florida and the staff make shopping a real pleasure. Tampa on the Gulf coast has a


Bargain-hunting at FleaWorld, America’s largest indoor fl ea market with 1,700 stalls, between Orlando and Sanford.


Getting a free VIP coupon book at designer outlet stores and visitor savings passes to save cash at Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s.


Adding on 6 or 7 per cent sales tax onto the price tag of whatever you are buying. It is put on at the till.


Throwing coins in the fountains to raise money for a cancer charity at Waterside Shops at Tamiami Trail N, Naples.


Checking your duty-free allowance at home and keeping receipts if you face going through the ‘goods to declare’ channel.


Taking a fossil, shark tooth or stone to Pier Gear on Anna Maria Island and having it made into a piece of jewellery.


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