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Nordstrom Rack, Seattle

3.5
#20 of 52 in Shopping in Seattle
Department Store · Shopping
Nordstrom Rack is an American off-price department store chain founded in 1973, and a subsidiary of the luxury department store chain Nordstrom. Nordstrom Rack offers branded clothing and accessories for women, men, and kids at a large discount to consumers across the United States and Canada.

As of 2021, Nordstrom Rack operates 352 stores in 41 U.S. states and three Canadian provinces.
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4.2
TripAdvisor
  • Nordstrom rack consists of many brand names that offer shoes,clothes,and accessories. All are cheap and cute clothes , clothes can be found for all ages for teenagers to elders. Always good finds...  more »
  • I've been around since the original Rack opened and I find the current store much too similar to other lesser quality discount stores like Ross. This visit I failed to find anything worth purchasing.....  more »
Google
  • The selection for men is quite lacking. Only one floor dedicated to menswear, shoes and accessories, and mostly dedicated to showcase ridiculously expensive, low volume items but missing everyday options. Not worth visiting if you have a Y chromosome.
  • Love this rack. It's huge. It has an amazing selection. It's in a great downtown location, close to transit and tons of other food and shopping options to make a day of it. Love it!

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