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Luxury village-style shopping area showcasing leading fashion brands at discounted prices.
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Bicester Village is home to more than 160 boutiques of British and international luxury fashion and lifestyle brands, offering savings of up to 60% on the recommended retail price, all year round. Individual luxury boutiques, alongside restaurants and cafés offering fine cuisine and coffees all day…
Bicester Village is a world leading outlet shopping destination, offering world-leading brands and exceptional savings. Take overground train to Bicester North from Marylebone station. Journey time approx. 1.5 hours.
Take a day trip to Bicester Village which is renowned for its many specialists stores featuring fantastic discounts off the leading Designer Brands. Great for Christmas Shopping or just treating yourself!
Visit the famous 'Bicester Village Retail Outlet', and spend your money! The more you spend, the more you save!! Famous fashion brands all at reduced prices. Form Prada, Ugg, Polo, Hugo Boss and loads more!!!
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