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About Asheville Outlets, Asheville

Asheville Outlets is a shopping mall located just off I-26 on Brevard Road (North Carolina Highway 191) in Asheville, North Carolina. Outlet stores include Ann Taylor Factory Store, Banana Republic Factory Store, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, Coach, Cole Haan, GAP Factory Store, J. Crew Factory, Nike Factory Store, RH Outlet, Tommy Hilfiger, Under Armour, and Vera Bradley. Field & Stream has also opened at Asheville Outlets.

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Address: 800 Brevard Rd, Asheville, NC 28806, USA

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Timings: 11:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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  • Pretty good overall. Some Very High End merchandise. Only Found one or two stores that were what I consider 'cheap'. Be prepared. . $3,000 tables regularly $5,000. $300 porcelain pot with lid regularly $650

  • You can find some good deals here but beware not all the stores are "outlets". Some of the places you will see will have items on clearance racks, those are your best bet for low prices. The Dillards here is a clearance center, you can find items for a fraction of the original price, but you will have to search through lots of stuff to find the good brands.

  • I love this place!!! I'm so glad Asheville got one and put it close to Candler! It's actually in a good location right off the interstate. It has a dog restroom and fresh water fountain! !!! I've never seen that before. Also, there is a charge area for electric powered vehicles. There is a nice selection of shops and it's growing every day.

  • Pleasantly surprised to find an outlet mall with new look, plenty of updated stores and ample parking. Not much in the way of food in the mall, but it is surrounded by at least three outstanding restaurants and some fast food. Between the outlet mall and local accommodations, this is one of the best exits to stay when visiting the Asheville area.

  • I broke my phone while on vacation and ended up here. Obviously I had to indulge in my surroundings and there are a lot of good stores here so it was dangerous for my wallet but happy for my soul since I thought I would need a new phone. It's a cool place to go if you're in the area.

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