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Top Reasons to Plan a Shopping Excursion to Tualatin Valley

This holiday season, plan a shopping excursion in Tualatin Valley and check off all the items on your shopping list. From big-ticket electronics to artisan-made unique gifts, you can find something for all the people on your holiday list this season. Plus, there’s no sales tax!

Tax-Free Clothing and Big Ticket Items

Oregon does not impose a sales tax on goods and services. While you can take advantage of tax-free shopping anywhere in the state, the shopping centers of the Tualatin Valley are a pleasing mix of classic favorites and new-to-you stores that make a trip here worthwhile. Plus, why wait until the holidays to buy that big-ticket item?

Free and Easy Parking

With ample parking that doesn’t require valet, quarters or even a parallel maneuver, keep your blood pressure in check while tackling that shopping list. Tualatin Valley’s three largest retails centers have parking structures where shoppers can park for free as long as they want.

Great Stores

Not only does Washington Square boast the largest Nordstrom in Oregon, it also is home to some of the most revered retailers and quirky brands. It also has Oregon’s only Amazon Books brick-and-mortar bookstore. Bridgeport Village is on trend with the “it” items from retailers such as Anthropologie, Madewell and Free People. It is also home to the region’s only Saks Fifth Avenue’s OFF FIFTH. At The Streets of Tanasbourne, the REI store, which is one of a couple dozen nationally recognized retail stores here, is a beacon of light for looking good on the track, field or court.

With the Tualatin Valley’s premier shopping locales a skip away from Portland, you can snag great style and great deals this holiday season. See the full breadth of shopping destinations in the Tualatin Valley.