One Stop Shop

NewsOK | BLOGS

Nordstrom Rack gives shoppers a sneak peek

by Jennifer Palmer Modified: September 11, 2013 at 11:35 am •  Published: September 10, 2013
Nordstrom rack in Oklahoma City, Friday  August 16, 2013. Photo By Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman
Nordstrom rack in Oklahoma City, Friday August 16, 2013. Photo By Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman

The new Nordstrom Rack at Belle Isle Station doesn’t open until Thursday, but I (and about 750 other people) got a sneak peek at the store during a VIP shopping event this afternoon. Shoppers are loving it so far. Lots of people were loading up their carts with designer bargains. Think UGG boots for under $100, AG Jeans for $79, a Kate Spade tote for $125. On the clearance rack, even better deals: a strapless lace dress for $7.80 and jeans for $11.85! My favorite section was actually the kids shoes, which are for some reason, so hard to find in the metro area. Great styles and prices.

Those invited on Tuesday evening had shopped at Nordstrom before and were members of the retailer’s reward program. The store, at 1741 Belle Isle Blvd., opens to the public Thursday at 9 a.m. But starting at 8 a.m., the store will give away 30 gift cards worth $100, and one lucky person will receive a $1,000 shopping spree!

by Jennifer Palmer
Investigative Reporter
Jennifer Palmer joined The Oklahoman staff in 2008 and, after five years on the business desk, is now digging deeper through investigative work. She's been recognized with awards in public service reporting and personal column writing. Prior to...
+ show more


Trending Now


AROUND THE WEB

  1. 1
    Florida State's Chris Casher won't play against Oklahoma State
  2. 2
    Michael Sam, NFL's first openly gay player, cut by St. Louis Rams
  3. 3
    State Department taps Texas lawyer to serve as ‘America’s ambassador to Muslims’
  4. 4
    Local authorities say they're unlikely to use armored vehicles should civil unrest occur
  5. 5
    Lee Corso drinks Stone Cold Steve Austin's beer, shoots guns on College GameDay
+ show more