Washington, D.C. area airports are making big changes to bring first class finds to savvy travelers and just in time for the holiday travel season.
Don’t arrive to your destination empty-handed. You can now jet to the newest stores for your gifts on the go.
Reston’s “local” airport has plenty of new retail and restaurant options to choose from, more on the way, and a special offer for December.
Dulles International Airport has recently added the following to its shopping and dining mix:
- Firkin & Fox Restaurant
- Forbes News
- Washingtonian News
- luv’nberry Frozen Yogurt
- brb (Be Right Burger)
- Estee Lauder/M.A.C
- Au Bon Pain
- Auntie Annie’s
- Bistro Atelier
- NBC4 News
- Potbelly Sandwich Shop
The following are coming as soon as this winter:
- Bar Symon
- District ChopHouse
- Capitol Grounds Coffee
- Chef Geoff’s
- DC Craft Brews
- Michael Kors
- Thomas Pink
Looking forward to checking them out? Or visiting an old favorite? Good news: it could get you a gadget that will come in handy while heading to grandma’s house for the holidays next month.
If you spend $100 or more (pretax) at any combination of stores and restaurants at Dulles International Airport in December — duty-free excluded — you’ll be eligible for a FREE portable USB battery pack charger for your smartphone or other device.
The charger has a retail value of $30. To redeem, present your receipts at a designated redemption store in each concourse. Limit one per customer, while supplies last.
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