Wrentham Premium Outlets coupons
Love a bargain?
Wrentham Village Premium Outlets, located about 37 miles south of Boston, is where you'll find the biggest discount shopping savings in this part of New England.
Wrentham Outlets brings together the discount version of many luxury and high-end designer stores that you'll find on Boston's Newbury Street and in high-end shopping malls such as Chestnut Hill and Natick Mall.
How much can you save?
Standard discounts range from about 25% to 70% off the retail price ... but that's just the beginning.
Look for sales around major holidays - Dr. Martin Luther King's Day, Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Black Friday - to save even more.
Wrentham Village Outlet Stores
Most of the 170+ stores at Wrentham Village fall into 5 categories:
- Famous designer boutiques such as DKNY, BCBG Max Azria, Calvin Klein, Tory Burch, Burberry
- Outlets of familiar national stores such as Bloomingdale's, Ann Taylor, Saks
- International brands such as Nike, Ugg Australia, Vera Bradley, Crocs, Coach, Aerosoles
- Home furnishings, jewelry, and electronics such as Le Creuset, Brookstone, Restoration Hardware, Waterford, Bose, Swarovski, Sony, Williams-Sonoma
- Gourmet chocolates - Look for Godiva - and several more luxury brands
If you're visiting Boston and don't have a car, don't worry. There are three easy ways to get to Wrentham Outlets, located at the I-495 and Route 1A intersection about 37 miles south of Boston.
Board one of the plush tour buses that provide scheduled round-trip service to Wrentham Village Outlets, and sit back and relax - no need to worry about driving or parking.
You'll even get a complimentary coupon book for additional savings.
2. Rent a car for the day
If you are going to Wrentham Outlets with one or more other people, renting a car for the day may be the cheapest solution, although not the easiest - you'll have to navigate Boston's crazy traffic plus find parking once you get there (the lot is huge, but sprawling). Although in fairness, once you are out of the city, the drive down Route 95 and I-495 is relaxing, assuming you miss rush hour traffic.
has lots of convenient pick-up locations all over the Boston area. Bonus: take your Zipcar key to the Wrentham Village Information Center near the Food Court to get a free VIP coupon book.
3. Public Transportation / Taxi
From South Station or Back Bay Station in Boston, take the Franklin LIne of the Commuter Rail (check the for schedules) to Franklin Station, about 4 miles from Wrentham Outlets.
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