Forbes magazine, known for their money oriented lists, have initiated a new yearly list and Orlando sits right at the top. In their first ever breakdown of the top 10 cities for bargain shopping, Orlando beat out Nashville, Philly, Chicago and more to take top honors. But what Texas city is sitting right behind Orlando at the top?
In crowning Orlando the bargain capitol of the nation, Forbes said:
With enough retail space to fill 900 American football fields, it just might take that long. Orlando’s 500 outlet stores, 18 million square feet of gross leasable area of retail space in its major malls, a low consumer price index (97.8) and a low combined tax rate of 6.5%, Disney’s hometown is the No. 1 city on our first ever list of the Best Cities For Bargain Shopping.
Take a look at the countdown of the top 10 along with the statistical data that helped the cities achieve their place on the list.
#10: New Orleans, Louisiana
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25+ factory outlet stores
5,624,044 sq. feet of retail space
4% combined sales tax