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Offers for Baltimore Parents: Tax-Free Week Ends Tomorrow--August 16, 2014

School clothes are expensive. Backpacks are expensive. Basically, everything about preparing to send the kids back to school is budget breaking. Add in shoes and you will be crying all the way to the poorhouse.

One saving grace (pun intended!) of living in Maryland is Shop Maryland Tax Free Week. For one whole week, parents, grandparents, and guardians can shop for everything a child could possibly need for back to school. This week Shop Tax Free Week is Sunday, August 10 to Saturday, August 16.

If you are looking for places to do some back-to-school shopping efficiently, look no further than your local shopping mall. One local mall is home to almost 40 stores that sell children's merchandise. Arundel Mills Mall, located in Hanover, MD, is Maryland's largest outlet and retail shopping mall. In addition to stores, Arundel Mills Mall has many restaurants and entertainment places.

If you are shopping for a child, Arundel Mills Mall has:

  • Carter’s
  • Crazy 8
  • Janie and Jack Outlet
  • The Children’s Place Outlet
  • Burlington Coat Factory
  • Gap Outlet
  • Osh Kosh B'Gosh Outlet
  • Gymboree Outlet
  • Old Navy Outlet.

If you are shopping for a tween or teen:

  • American Eagle Outfitters Factory Store
  • Justice
  • Forever 21
  • Guess Factory Store

If you are shopping for school uniforms:

  • Burlington Coat Factory
  • Gap Outlet
  • Osh Kosh B'Gosh Outlet
  • Gymboree Outlet
  • Old Navy Outlet

If you are shopping for children, tween, and teen shoes:

  • Journeys Kidz
  • Foot Locker
  • Skechers USA Outlet
  • Off Broadway Shoes
  • Nike Factory Store
  • PUMA Store
  • Nine West Outlet
  • Rack Room Shoes
  • Stride Rite
  • Famous Footwear

Arundel Mills Mall is located at the intersection of the Baltimore Washington Parkway and Route 100 in Hanover, Maryland. It is 10 miles south of Baltimore and 20 miles north of Washington, D.C. and just 2 miles west of the Baltimore-Washington International Airport.

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