Centralia Outlets

I-5 Exit 82 • Both Sides • Centralia, WA • Halfway Between Seattle & Portland • Mon - Sat 10am To 7pm • Sun 11am To 7pm

Centralia Outlets

Centralia Outlets is the Northwest’s original outlet shopping center. The Outlets are celebrating 35 years of bringing quality brand names at a discount directly to the public.

The Centralia Outlets began a retail trend across the Pacific Northwest, spurring the creation of several outlets after its opening in 1988.

Today, the Centralia Outlets boast many unique stores not found at other outlet shopping centers.

One of two Polo Ralph Lauren Clearance locations in the U.S. operates here at the Centralia Outlets, offering consumers 40% off the entire store on closeout and previous seasons’ home decor, family apparel, footwear, accessories, and more.

The Under Armour Clearance House is one of only four in the U.S. The entire store is $50 and under and packed with performance apparel, footwear, and gear for men, women, and youth.

Another unique find, the Bath & Body Works Outlet, is only one found in the Northwest region of WA, OR, and ID. This brand is a great go-to for gifts and goodies at a discount, from fresh fragrances to soothing skin care, candles, and more.

The Centralia Nike Clearance Store is the largest and one of two here in Washington state. Find Nike footwear, apparel, and accessories from this and previous seasons at the best prices for men, women, and kids.

Now, the Centralia Outlets also boasts the only permanent and largest Columbia Sportswear Clearance Store. Columbia is a global leader and innovator in outdoor apparel, footwear, and end equipment and has been doing so since 1938.

When the Outlets have a sale, it’s REALLY a SALE!

Straddling both sides of Interstate 5, making it an impossible-to-miss attraction from the freeway, the Centralia Outlets is a must-stop for any bargain shoppers looking for name-brand clothing, shoes, and other great merchandise at outlet prices.

Centralia Outlets is made of more than 30 stores and uniquely positioned along the I-5 corridor—halfway between Portland and Seattle, off of Exit 82.

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