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Malls, Flea Markets, Discount Shopping
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By Patricia Blackstock

Best Shopping in local malls...
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Whether you're looking for the best malls, shopping centers, specialty stores, boutiques, flea markets, consignment, Yhe Market Common upscale storesor other shopping opportunities in the Myrtle Beach area, here's a list of my favorite places to shop. I have lived in Myrtle Beach since 1997 and I love to shop, just like you! Want to tell us your favorite places to shop? Where did you find that one-of-a-kind item on sale? Please join the Myrtle Beach Message Board where you will find

I have no affiliation with these local stores, but I have shopped them all! :-)

Retail Trends that will Transform the Industry in 2019 The Internet has made shopping even easier, cheaper and more convenient.

* April, 2019 There is a real danger of malls becoming extinct as the declining numbers of visitors leaves stores unwilling to take vacant units. The future of shopping malls looks bleak in many ways. There isn’t a great deal to do at the mall other than spend money on goods. Shoppers’ attention spans are short. If you want to grab their attention, then online is the way to do this with low prices and great offers. It feels so easy to order online and get items delivered to home or work. Add in the fear of mall crime from pickpockets, robberies, and assaults, and you have a place that holds no attraction for a growing number of Americans Read more here

* 2019 MoneyWise lists 36 well known stores that are going out of business in 2019

* 2019 brings more store closings. 40 unprofitable stores are expected to be closed by February 2019

* The "retail apocalypse" is not over yet. Thousands of stores were obliterated in 2018. Research firm CoStar says a record 145 million sq. ft. of retail space got emptied -- the same as shutting down the massive Pentagon 22 times over. And now, retailers are working on wiping more stores off the map in 2019. Here are 20 chains that are already closing stores this year, counting down to the retailer who may lose the most U.S. locations.

* 2019 Store shopping online news:Amazon's organice foods...which store is better? New survey...and more

* 2019 Macy's is closing 87 stores this year.

* Hundreds of malls and throusands of mall stores have shuttered in the past two decades, and and many more will close in the next 10 years. One of the most recent retailers to go down is the jewelry chain Claire's, which filed for bankruptcy in March. Sears also said Thursday it is closing 63 stores on top of more than 160 locations it shuttered last year. Learn more here

BUT WHAT IS REALLY HAPPENING TO SHOPPING IN MYRTLE BEACH
AND THE GRANS STRAND?

Shopping in Myrtle Beach is still strong. It is one of the top reasons people visit us - along with affordability, the beach, good weather, live shows, hundreds of restaurants, golf, sport and attractions.

* Kirkland's home decor and gift store has opened in Sayebrook Town Center. Kirkland's closed its store in Coastal Grand Mall in Jan. 2015 after declining to renew its lease. But the store at the Arcadian Shopping Center, across from Tanger Outlet on 17 N.) remains open, and there's another Kirkland's location at Sayebrook Town Center.

* Local Ryan's Buffet. At least two Ryan's buffet restaurant locations in the Grand Strand have closed because the parent company filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy. (The Ryan's in North Myrtle Beach is still open.)

* Ulta's 2nd location is at Sayebrook Town Center. This is the shopping center when you'll find Marshall's, Target, Rak Room, Ulta, Kirkland and many other favorite stores. Click the link to view them all!

* Stein Mart at Inlet Square (Murrells Inlet) is closed. their new location is near Kohl's in South Strand Commons (Hwy. 17 Bypass.)

* Grand Strand Vendor Mall is a small flea market, not what you would consider a "mall." It is located just off Kings Hwy., just off Farrow Parkway. You'll find a good assortment of low-priced products, bt unfortunately iy can't hold a candle to Hudson's. However, this smaller vendir malls offer an AVON booth, glass engraving, book-trading, custom wig fitting and a surprisingly large pet sop area that includes Sugar Gliders, Hermit Crabs and more

* Carolina Pottery is located in the old K-Mart building at at 1403 N. Kings Hwy.

* The first Southern Living store in the nation has arrived at 3064 Howard Ave. in The Market Common. Southern Living has a a 2nd location at Broadway at the Beach

* Here's a list of all the stores to shop in The Market Common

Arcadian Commons is locatd across from the Tanger Outlet stores on 17 N. Outlet Mall. Here you'll find Marshall's, Ross Department store, Kirkland's and even a Wal-Mart! When I shopped at the large Kirkland's, I found some good bargains. The nice thing about this Kirkland's is that it is a huge store, and you can park your car right in front. Fabric Showcase has an excellent choice of favrics and helpful employees. We covered our dining room chair seats with material we purchased there.  You'll find a Coldstone Creamery and a huge Dollar Tree! Across the street from Arcadian Commons, you'll spot the popular Steak & Shake as well as the North Tanger Outlet Mall.

Barefoot Landing - Barefoot Landing offers a large selection of specialty shops carrying many items, factory stores, restaurants, entertainment and shows. You will also find coupons onthe Barefoot Landing website.!

Broadway at the Beach - This is the #1 shopping and entertainment venue. You do not want to miss Broadway at the Beach when you visit Myrtle Beach! Specialty Shops, Boutiques and restaurants. A 23-acre lake surrounds the "Villages" - Caribbean Village, Charleston Village and the New England Fishing Village.

Coastal Grand Mall opened in March, 2004 as a joint venture between Myrtle Beach Burroughs & Chapin Company and CBL & Associates Properties of Tennessee. CBL is one of the largest makk developers in the U.S. Coastal Grand Mall is the largest mall in South Carolina. The anchor stores are Dillard, Sears, Belks and JCPenney. On the out-parcels you'll find Ulta, Books A Million , PetSmart, furniture stores and many restaurants including Abuelo's Mexican Restaurant, Texas Roadhouse Grill, Red Robin, Longhorn Steakhouse, Red Lobster, Sticky Fingers, Cracker Barrel and more.

Myrtle Beach has always has always held strong statistics for shopping. (It ranks as the #3 reason people vacation here.) So in spite of the dire warnings we're hearing about nationwide retail stores, the Grand Strand remains a vibrant and busy shopping area.

Hammock Shops at Pawleys Island - This is the birthplace of the Hammock. Many unusual shops are loved by the locals, including me. This is another shopping venue that, in my opinion, should not be missed by our Myrtle Beach visitors. (And you can enjoy genuine Southern cooking at any of the Hammock Shop restaurants)

Inlet Square Mall in Murrells Inlet (17 Business and Hwy. l7 Bypass) struggles to stay in business. Renovations were completed in August, 2010. The mall looks new, with marble tile in soft gray and blue colors, plus lots of skylights. ut they need new tenants! Visit ooks-A-Million and Belk's. Note: K-Mart, JC Penney and SteinMart are closed at this location, and the store sites remain empty. Frank Theatres and CineBowl in Inlet Square Mall has also closed. News article from Aug. 2018. The mall is transitioning into a  consignment location with vendors offering consignment items

The Market Common is Myrtle Beach's upscale shopping area. Take in a movie at the Grand 14, the most popular movie theater at the beach. Links to stores, shopping and events. There is always something happening on The Market Common.

Myrtle Beach Mall - (formerly Colonial Mall, and prior to that, Briarcliff Mall) offers over 90 stores, including Belk and JCPenney. It is located just a few miles north, in North Myrtle Beach on US-17. Bass Pro Shop is located just ourside the mall.

Tanger Outlets are a major developer of off-price shopping. We have 2 outlets in Myrtle Beach . Tanger on Hwy 501 and Tanger Outlets North located on Hwy. 17 at Hwy. 22 (Conway Bypass.) These outlets are loved by locals and tourists for the best prices on the brnds we love.

More good Shopping

Bed, Bath and Beyond, in Coastal Grand Mall
Burks Outlet - Surfside Beach
Chico's in Barefoot Landing, Tanger Outlet Center (north) and The Market Common
City Mac - Authorized Apple Service in The Market Common
Costco in Myrtle Beach
Dillard's Coastal Grand Mall
Hamrick's Savings on brand names - Surfside Beach and North Myrtle Beach
Kohl's Across from the Surfside (Beaver Run Rd.) Wal-Mart near Lowe's Foods
Lazy Gator, Murrells Inlet
Lowe's Home Improvement -several locations

Marshall's (2 locations) Arcadian Commons and Saybrook Town Center, off S.C. 544 at U.S. 17
Old Time Pottery Surfside, one block south of Hewy. 544, on your right.
PetSmart Pet Smart offers two locations: near Coastal Grand Mall, and near Target S. Commons Dr
Petco Sayebrook Town Ctr. off at U.S. 17
Rooms to Go
Coastal Grand Mall
Stein Mart - South Strnd Commons (near Kohl's) and 76th Ave. N.
Ross in Seaboard Commons, Surfside Beach and Arcadian Commons
Sam's Warehouse Club, Myrtle Beach
Target - Seaboard Commons and Sayebrook Town Center, off S.C. 544 at US 17
TJ Maxx -Seaboard Commons, Myrtle Beach
Tomlinson Outlets - Surfside Beach and North Myrtle Beach
ULTA Beauty, Near Old Navy, just behind Coastal Grand Mall and at Sayebrook
World Market Seaboard Commons


Flea Markets, Bargain Stores and Thrift Shops

Find Bargains Savings, hundreds of vendors and stores (listed alphabetically.) Remember that most flea markets close earlier than individual stores or malls. To be on the safe side, visit the Flea Markets early in the day. These vendors close up around 3 PM, so it's best to pla an early arrival!

Everything Under The Sun North Myrtle Beach. 811 Hwy. 17 N. in North Myrtle Beach 9 AM - 6 PM -Memorial Day - Labor Day - Closed Tuesday

Carolina Forest Flea Market Open Thurs. Fri., Sat. & Sun. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Located on Hwy. 501 at th4e light, between Dollar General and Dick's Pawn

Goodwill Stores in Myrtle Beach. You can find some good bargains here!

Hudson's Flea Market
Located in Surfside Beach, just before you enter Garden City Beach, over 300 vendor spaces. Hudson's Flea Market is next door to Wild Water.

Myrtle Beach Flea Market
Center South Shopping Center - just north and acrossthe highway from The Myrtle Beach State Park. Indoor vendors.

Ollie’s Bargain Outlet 2 locations: Carolina Forest at 2100 Oakheart Rd. and Surfside Beach 17 Business,

Plato's Closet 1399 S. Common Dr. and a second location on Beaver Run Road near the Surfside  Wal-Mart.catering to the younger crowd.


Consignment Shops and Boutiques - because you never know until you look!!

Coastal Home Makeover (Surfside Beach)  Consignment
Beach Bum's Thrift (North Myrtle Beach Consignment)
Consigning Women on Broadway (Myrtle Beach)
Upscale Resale - (North Myrtle Beach) Consignment
Funky Fresh Fringe (Surfside Vintage Store)
Finders Keepers - (Myrtle Beach) consignment
Konsignment Korner (Myrtle Beach Consignment)
Goodwill Stores(Grand Strand area)
Mother Goose (Myrtle Beach)
Children and Maternity re-sales
Once Upon a Child (Surfside Beach, in the same strip asWal-Mart (Beaver Run Rd.)
Consign at 5th (Surfside Consignment store)
All About the Dress (Surfside Beach) bridal and formal consignments
Vintiques (Myrtle Beach - Vintage antiques and re-purposed items.
Clothes Mentor ( Myrtle Beach) Women's Resale
Salvation Army Thrift Stores (all Grand S
trand locations)
You can also find thrift shops HERE!


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