Las Vegas

Vegas is an international shopping destination. The square footage in the Forum Shops at Caesars alone is the most valuable retail real estate in the country; bankrolls are dropped there as readily as on the gaming tables. It's the variety that has pushed Las Vegas near the ranks of New York City, London, and Rome: you could send home a vintage slot machine or tote back a classic Hermès handbag.

Most Strip hotels offer designer dresses, swimsuits, jewelry, and menswear; almost all have shops offering logo merchandise for the hotel or its latest show. Inside the casinos the gifts are often elegant and exquisite. Outside, all the Elvis clocks and gambling-chip toilet seats you never wanted to see are available in the tacky gift shops. Beyond the Strip, shopping in Vegas can encompass such extremes as finding a couture ball gown in a vintage store and, in a Western store, a fine pair of Tony Lama boots left over from the town's cowboy days. Shoppers looking for more practical items can head for neighborhood malls, supermarkets, shopping centers, and specialty stores. Bargain-hunters seeking to avoid the stratospheric prices on the Strip, and not averse to traveling a bit, can usually find the same high-ticket items at discounted prices in the local or nearby factory outlet malls.

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  • 1. Ethel M Chocolates Factory and Cactus Garden


    The M stands for Mars, the name of the family (headed by Ethel in the early days) that brings you Snickers, Milky Way, Three Musketeers, and...Read More

  • 2. Hershey's Chocolate World

    South Strip | Food/Candy

    At 13,000 square feet and spanning two levels, with a 74-foot-high-by-24-foot-wide replica of a Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar on the facade,...Read More

  • 3. La Cave

    Center Strip | Food/Candy

    Take your pick of decadent delights and gifts for the gourmand such as French-imported wines and Godiva chocolate. ...Read More

  • 4. M&M's World

    South Strip | Food/Candy

    Every day till midnight, all manner of M&M merchandise is sold here—a slot machine that dispenses M&M jackpots is a best seller—and...Read More

  • 5. The Beef Jerky Store

    Downtown | Food/Candy

    A few steps from Fremont Street find every conceivable form of jerky, including bacon, ostrich, alligator, salmon, and even tofu, and adds hot...Read More

  • 6. Vom Fass

    South Strip | Food/Candy

    This gourmet store, designed for those who enjoy the finer things in life, offers a variety of vinegars and oils on tap ( vom Fass is German...Read More

  • 7. Ethel's Chocolate

    North Strip | Food/Candy

    Chocolate lovers will think they've died and gone to chocolate heaven when they walk through the doors of this candy store. A plethora of chocolate...Read More

  • 8. Teuscher's Chocolates

    Center Strip | Food/Candy

    Stop here for the tempting Swiss chocolates and coffee bar to gather energy for more shopping. ...Read More

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