Bloomingdales Outlet in New York
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New York, New York County, New York, US
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Ashley at the self checkout area couldnt have been more accommodating, patient with my questions,...
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4.5 ·(199)from this place 1 mi
Like most mens shops there is a pretty limited selection. I wanted a white dress shirt and the sa...
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I gave it five stars for the simple, clean spacious layout. Also, Santa was there running around ...
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I went to purchase 2 items and seen MOST shelves was empty. The dog treat section literally had o...
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It really have good items.Found a nice dressy bag with 25% discount totaling under $19.00, nice sweaters under 50 and great scarves also great wallets. Surprisingly I found legos at 3.00 less than the actual Lego site. Happily finished all my Christmas shopping at this store🤗🤗🤗
I was visiting NYC and my hotel was down the street. I went there 3 different times and found new things each time.I was happy to find they have a great menswear department on the lower level. They have all the brands and the prices are the best Ive seen at upscale outlet stores. Theres a great selection of sizes too. Im a mens medium and I found so much that I had to buy a extra suitcase to travel home...but it was worth it.The styles in stock will suit everyone from young guys street wear to a classic executive look. Although I only looked briefly to find my niece a couple of things, the womens wear department looks pretty stellar too.Of all the stores I visited in New York this was my favorite because I can find very unique well-made items for myself and as holiday gifts for a variety of relatives without breaking the bank.
Tried to return a brand new item with receipt, that I had bought 45 days ago, as I was unaware of the 30 day return policy. The staff didnt try to be helpful or accommodating, I would have taken a gift card as a reimbursement, that offer was not even provided to me. The store was sort of haphazardly set up, stuff wasnt where the brand placards said they where etc.Ive been to other bloomingdales outlets and had wonderful customer service, hence my disappointment at this location
Good shop, changes stock often enough. Shoe department was lacking today (it’s mid July) but plenty of just arrived summer items. Decent men’s department on cellar level, and 2 floors of ladies’. Stock varied enough enough to make it unique versus the various Nordstrom Racks in the city. Worth going every couple months or so, unless you live in the neighborhood and can pop in as often as you like!
Very nice jeans, very comfortable with the stretch element and look good too. Very pleased with longer length as being 5ft 10″, sometimes have trouble getting jeans that don’t flap round my ankles but these are perfect and look equally as good with sandals or boots. Would definitely recommend.
I have recently visited Bloomingdales outlet at this location and wanted to salute the commendable work by one of their employees, Precious, at the mens clothing department downstairs. She made the area so well organized that it was easy for us, shoppers, to browse the aisles and find apparels. She is truly the kind of workers who make a noticeable difference in shoppers experience. Thank you, Precious for the precious work, indeed!
Like most outlet stores, some great deals here! Tons of coats (winter, leather, wool, rain) all good quality and most were 40 to 50% off. Not a big shoe department so somewhat limited but they made up for it in handbags. Beautiful bags, great designer brands and excellent prices.Surprisingly, lots of luggage and gift/housewares (like Nambe sculptural bowls, trays etc,) perfect for gift giving. Some good deals!
Loved the items but the customer service not that good. I was at the queue for about 5 minutes and when the cashier decided to actually do her job she called and served the lady who was queuing behind me. I understand that the lady was with a baby and I wouldn’t mind if she had asked me but she didn’t, and I also didn’t like her attitude.
I want to thank the exceptional service given by the sales associate at the luxury tabletop shop. She went out of her way to assist me when I went there for flatware. She was there to locate the item that I wanted. I purchased the item because I wasnt pressured and was given the info I wanted about the product. Great CS.
They missed out on my sale. I was in the store looking for some items and while it was near closing time I didnt think trying on a few pairs of pants would be a big deal. As I pulled up to the dressing room at 8:46pm I was told sorry the dressing room closes at 8:45pm. If there was a sign I missed it and I sure didnt hear any announcement made over a loud speaker. I guess I was just supposed to know about this policy. Not such a great first impression for a visitor. Never have I ever been turned away from a sale while already inside a store. Had to leave at that point as Im not buying merchandise that may not be the right size. Oh well, Ill shop elsewhere.
I enjoyed my shopping experience at Bloomingdales New York mainly because of Antonia (shop assistant). She treated me in a particularly kind and attentive way. It is super easy to have fun little conversations with her and get truly helpful opinion on clothes and similar assistance, but she is never pushy. She is doing a really great job. I appreciate her a lot, as far as I could get to know to her. My friend, who went there another time, told me about very similar experiences.Regarding the choice of clothes and price range, I think it is a fun mix of shirts, formal wear, pants, shoes, accessories and jackets. Some clothes are a bit too expensive for an outlet, though.
A true outlet store where you can find a lot of Bloomingdales garb from big name brands, at very discounted prices. You do need to actually *find* the clothes however, since the racks are lined with mixed brands and sizes, only partially organized.My biggest complaint about this store is the excessive music volume on the mens level. It was borderline torture the last time I went in, where I couldnt even hear myself think. I would have left 3 stars, if not for the nice employees. Although the store seems under-staffed, Ive had a good experience with getting help both times I went in (after finding someone of course).
Nice selection of clothing (especially the shoes) but only 4 womens change rooms which get pretty busy fairly quickly. One of the changerooms is huge and could easily be turned into 2 or 3. A bit disorganized and picked through but better than century 21 or any other outlet store Ive been to.
When this first opened, it was great. A lot of great finds. Now, it has gone downhill and not worth the trip. Selection is outdated. This store clothing and shoe selection needs improvement. Some good finds for Joseph Joseph kitchen gadgets tho. What hasn’t changed is Forty Carrots. Stop by for frozen yogurt, skip the shopping.
Service across the staff is quite poor, they appear disinterested and unfriendly, with one or two exceptions. Very off-putting, and a s shame. Also, it would be appreciated if they made full use of BOTH sets of fitting rooms, especially when there are very long queues to try items on. Please improve.
This store is a bit chaotic. The staff are not particularly helpful or plentiful. The place feels cramped. Not a lot of area to move around which is problematic in winter when you are bundled up. Good deals can be found on some things but overall it is not exactly a bargain hunters dream. If you are pushing a stroller forget about it. No way to mkove through store. Cash wraps can be very crowded and the line snaking through the store only cloggs the aisles more.
Sales associates worst service. I asked one associate where I can look for this particular clothes, just told me there. Some store associates will accompany Sherri it us not this store. There was a hanger on the floor. The same associate didnt even bother to pick it up. Someone could slide and hurt themselves if step in.
They had some good stuff, but they promote things like 10% off for students and 20% of everything when you buy more then $100 but this actually only applies to only approximately 20% of everything they have. A bit misleading.The service was also terrible, the staff was extremely uninterested, lazy and rude.
Beware.. caught them selling a 2 PC marked item as a 1 PC for the same price as entire 2 PC item. The manager was nice and gave me extreme discount after but it is sad to know you have to look up the SKUs for items yourself online before paying... or you will pay HUGE
I am not crazy for shopping, but Bloomingdale’s has something that I really like...the range of new models already for discounted prices. I bought Italian shoes of high quality for cheaper price than Italy and so on. There is a contract that they have some products made only for them and the quality is beyond reproach.
Love the location and items but appalling customer service. Very slow at the till - unapologetic and unfriendly. It has been this way a few visits with not all but many of the staff and have put off going in to this store due to the memories. They have a elevator for buggy to the basement and second floor.
You will find great deals - even better than Century 21 - but be prepared to search. The place is packed with clothes, purses and accessories. It can get a little annoying if you are trying to be “quick about it.” Definitely a place to spend time hunting for bargains.
I LOVED shopping here but I HATE the new lay out!!! I presume you changed it to try and improve sales but having the shoes in front and the womens clothing upstairs is not inviting. I loved the previous layout. It was very accessable and flowed nicely. It was easy to pop in off the stress, grab a dress, try it on in the dressing room that was right there, and head on with your day. The new layout is a disaster. Its hard to see the clothes upstairs, everything seems cluttered and I can usually find MANY pieces of clothing and today I left with nothing.
Not bad for an outlet at the heart of Manhattan. Ladies will enjoy themselves mores as it seems that a wider selection of clothing and accessories is available. You won;t get the variety of brands you would get at a typical outlet but you will definately find some exceptional items at exceptional prices
Assortment: Very small choice of items. Cosmetics section is almost empty.Prices: the prices are too high for the outlet, probably because they are still paying high rent for location in the city.Interior: Shopping space is not nice inside. Even for outletI would recommend going to Sacks OFF 5th outlet or to shop online in Nordstrom Rack.
Still expensive, even tho its an outlet. Some of the clothes r a hit and miss, but all and all not that bad. Lots of clearance items. Staff is friendly, near buses and trains. Some items r affordable. Near restaurants, other stores, and a movie a couple of movie theaters.
On a Saturday with a long check out line, one of your cashiers tried to convince a customer to get loyalty card.While, I well understand the value you perceive by getting information, two, I repeat, (2) customers with a great deal of higher priced merchandise, got feed up n left.I know your cashiers are taught to try n convince customers to sign up,buy, I should think that they might be told to scan line n use COMMON SENSE- explaining how easy it is to go on line n get card on phone which this customer was, rudely, talking on her phone n kept saying just a minute to cashier.To answer the unbrought up question as to why didnt I leave, I was waiting for children to come down from your yogurt standon the second floor or I certainly would have left n used Amaxon Prime.Thank youLaurence Jacobson
If youre up on the upper West side its worth a visit but be aware that you are gonna have to sift through the junk to find a gem! A bit like a T K Max, but with a bit more class! Dont go just for this (combine it with a visit to Levain bakery, though - which is nearby and youre laughing!)
I am not sure what was up with that security/door man today 3/19/17 who was working at 4:15pm when I entered the store. I know what I felt, heard and saw as facts. I do not appreciate the way I was treated in this store as my experience was unpleasant, intimidating and uncomfortable while I was shopping for sunglasses. The security stood intentionally watching me as I was the only customer in the area. He was watching me try on the sun glasses and decided to tell me to go to the check out and buy the black sunglasses which I fInd weird and confusing because I I did not ask for his opinion or direction. I have never experienced that kind of overt treatment at any store in NYC. I did nothing for that kind of treatment and I feel insulted as a Bloomingdales customer.
Bloomingdales and Macys got tired of selling all their unsold or out of season merch at pennies on the dollar and the result is like a Nordstrom Rack. pricing can be arbitrary if not irrational and it is certainly no Loehmanns. For the patient there are occasional bargains to be had.
I am impressed by the selection at this store: it is clear that a lot of items, not all, come from the regular Bloomingdales. On most days the discounts are not much deeper than what youd find at the seasonal clearance sale at a regular Bloomingdales. With some luck, patience and extra discounts you can get great deals. I have regularly spotted Roger Vivier shoes in many sizes in this outlet since the day it opened, priced $200-300, at their cheapest. Most were nondescript pumps, but some had the famous buckle, none in my size unfortunately. Love 40 carrots frozen yogurt at this location: limited selection of toppings (no fruit or anything perishable) but cheaper yogurt, with 4 flavor selections: plain, latte, chocolate and peanut butter.I took off a star for the condition of the store itself. Little changes were made after Bloomingdales took over this urban outfitters location. It badly needs some cosmetic renovations: floors, stairs, elevator, walls are dingy and outdated. Lighting is dismal and very unflattering. Constant smell of Clorox in and near the elevator is disturbing. The location of merchandise is a work in progress and is improving.
Ive shopped here multiple times now and Im so glad they opened an outlet location in NYC. The store is laid out beautifully and they have a wide selection for men and women. The womens shoe section is huge, but I can tell you from experience mens is great too everything from Ferragamos to Cole Haan (i.e. at least 50% off sticker price on Ferragamos depending on the sales). Its easy to get in and out of (check out line moves super fast). Its nice that theres so many associates on the floor; youre never more than an arms reach if you need assistance. Like any outlet like store, you have to spend some time to look around and find the best stuff—you likely wont leave empty handed. Ill continue coming back!
Total reviews rating 3.8
199 Reviews for Bloomingdales Outlet 2023:
Very messy shop with prices which are higher than what I can find in outlets.
Lots of choice and range at decent prices. Floors are arranged quite packed so can get busy easily. Would go again
Just ok, no real great bargains. A lot of small sizes..
The store is very unorganized, Messy and some staff are very unprofessional I could hear what they are talking about on their personal phone calls for example the Floor agent started screaming on the phone “I’m coming I get off soon damn”(while folding clothes) and over hearing other staff conversations because they were so loud very unprofessional.. and I get people have conversations but guest should not hear everything. The shoe department was so trashy, and messy most shoes were just thrown or did not match , the shoes were in boxes they didn’t belong in which was annoying to find anything .The display on the ground floor was the only organized thing in the whole store the mens department smelled like backed up sewer water. I’ve went to the Bloomingdale’s on 3rd ave which is not a outlet but it was a huge difference.. I have went to the Saks off 5th outlet and could not tell the difference from the staff at their Saks on 5th ave because they were organized and friendly and professional even if they didn’t want to be at work I couldn’t tell their attitude was great as well.THIS WAS MY FIRST AND LAST TIME COMING TO THIS STORE..
I love this store. I’ve been coming here for years. They have new inventory come every week. The staff is always so helpful and knowledgeable! Amazing designer items at very discounted prices.
Disorganized and difficult to walk around. Limited selection. Outlet in Paramus is better in all aspects.
I honestly was shocked at how good the deals were on top quality name brand retail items. The store was messy and I found their sunglass section to be an absolute bargain.
Decent selection! Really appreciate all of the amazing staff here! Can get quite busy though
Usually have a great variety of items new fashion. When they have sales things go really fast.
The employees at this store were excellent. The woman running the dressing room was so helpful and compassionate that i actually hugged her when i left. (If there had been a tip jar I wouldve tipped her ten bucks.) Then the woman at the register answered all my dumb questions about the loyalty program, etc. I left with a bunch of purchases even tho i never find anything anywhere that fits me, and happy about the whole encounter. Also, its so nice to have a version of BLoomingdales on the UWS. So thanks. :)