Located at the intersection of the U.S. Highway 30 and Route 100, is Exton, Pennsylvania, a major shopping district in Chester County. What used to be a vast farmland area is now the bustling home to many shopping malls, boutiques, offices, guest houses, museums and restaurants.
Although still small in population of 4,267, the place is not young in terms of progress and development. The Exton Square Mall houses some of the biggest department stores like Macy’s, JC Penny and Boscov’s. It has the best brands in the country such as GAP Body, Banana Republic, Abercrombie and Fitch, H&M, Hollister, Victoria’s Secret, and bath and Body Works. Exton Square Mall also has the more affordable retail store like Habitat, radio Shack and lot of food stores. Another popular mall is the Main Street at Exton plus other town centers like Marchwood, White Town Center and Clemens Shopping Center.
The Exton Crossing has now become a major shopping haven for many tourists. And for many buyers, making sure that they get their money’s worth has become a must every time they go out shopping. Many are already expert buyers but for novice barters, practice and tips are still needed.
To be able to go on a shopping spree it is best if you are staying in one of the Exton PA apartments that are near these shopping malls. Apartments in Exton, PA are walking distance from the many trendy and some quaint shops. The thing is if you are just a walking distance away from this shops you will be the first to know if there are actual discounts on sale and you will have the opportunity to be there first.
Familiarize yourself with the prices from each shop and you will know what shop charges more for the same item. Pay no attention to promotion pressure. List down what you really want to buy to avoid impulse buying. As a general rule, select style over fashion. It is not by coincidence that a particular style like skinny jeans is splattered all over magazines and advertisements and can also be seen as you enter the mall. You are being lured to buy that “in” style. Do not look only at the brand name but at the quality of the product. Almost all ingredients in an item are the same and the difference only lies in the name, packaging, promotion and mystique.