Deck the Aisles with Holiday Shopping in Las Vegas

Procrastinate on the holiday shopping this year? Don’t worry — the Las Vegas shopping malls are prepared for the consumer craze of pre-holiday spending. Check out the best places to shop for Christmas, Hanukkah and beyond.

Done with shopping? Drop your bags off in the room at your Strip hotels and use a map of the Strip to galavant around town and enjoy the holiday festivities.

The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

3500 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 

A 40-foot tree with ornaments and over 42,000 LED lights will illuminate the holiday errands. Walk through the cobblestone walkways and indulge in upscale shopping stalls — including the brand-new Culture King location — and stop for meals and snacks galore. Water Grill, Trevi and the Dominique Ansel bakery are just a few luxe options.

Watch out for: Photo opportunities with the Roman Centurion soldiers that will be marching around the stores.

The Shops at Crystals by ARIA Resort & Casino

3720 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

The Swarovski tree is back. This 100k light beacon has tens of thousands of custom ornaments and is on display for the first time since 2019. Over 50 luxury stores make up the halls, so deck them with your dollars and spend for those family members that are hard to shop for.

Watch out for: The Immersive Nutcracker, a jaw-dropping sensation of visuals with classic songs playing in the background. This is one of the many Christmas events in Las Vegas that can’t be missed.

Fashion Show Mall Las Vegas

3200 Las Vegas Blvd S Ste. 600, Las Vegas, NV

Fashion Show Mall is the largest shopping spot on the Strip, and the mix of stores caters to a wide range of holiday shoppers. Its curbside location also offers unique dining on the Strip when the “shop until you drop” kicks in. The mall is also in the season of giving; When shoppers spend $200, select retailers will donate $20 to a food bank on behalf of Feeding America.

Watch out for: Photos with Santa, available with an online reservation through December 24.

Town Square

6605 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

This aesthetic outdoor shopping mall located a few miles from the Las Vegas Strip has a mix of apparel and shoe stores, discount shops, restaurants and goods. This winter, it’s also boasting its own holiday charms. Photos with Santa for kids and pets are available throughout the week, as well as Holiday Storybook Adventures with Princess Peppermint on the weekends. 

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Watch out for: Happy Holiday Fridays, where holiday shoppers can receive a free $20 gift card with a purchase totaling $100 or more. 

Las Vegas North and South Premium Outlets

North: 875 S Grand Central Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV

South: 7400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV

These Las Vegas discount stores offer designer wares and wardrobe staples at affordable prices. Dropit Handsfree shopping delivery services at the North and South outlets, which deliver your bags to your home or hotel during the holidays.

Watch out for: Photos with Santa, ugly sweater pictures and pet pictures, along with hot chocolate and cookies, all at the South outlets.

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