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I am a proud parent of a three year old boy who i love to take out with me. I love to go to this mall. My point is that when i was coming to this mall i would either bring his stroller or get one for free at the mall all i needed to do was give an ID. Now recently my mom and i went christmas shopping and i took my son but when i got there i saw that i was going to have to pay for my son ride and for me to shop and be relaxed i think that when most people go shopping at this mall or any other mall they look forward to geting that free stroller that is why most people come and on that day i saw that a lot of peopl was unhappy about the new change to the mall. When i come to the mall i think of ways of being relaxed and comfortable to shop spend my money in this great mall yes my son may want to walk or ride or take of his coat or i want to take off my coat to shop wouldn't you or someone u know there r a few people that think that it is a lot of things they could do with ther money than spend it on a five dollar stoller that only give u a dollar back or that its not even worth it. Now i have to think if i want to come to your mall or should i just leave my son at home. maybe they should just get the free strollers back.

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★★★☆☆

I am a proud parent of a three year old boy who i love to take out with me. I love to go to this mall. My point is that when i was coming to this mall i would either bring his stroller or get one for free at the mall all i needed to do was give an ID. Now recently my mom and i went christmas shopping and i took my son but when i got there i saw that i was going to have to pay for my son ride and for me to shop and be relaxed i think that when most people go shopping at this mall or any other mall they look forward to geting that free stroller that is why most people come and on that day i saw that a lot of peopl was unhappy about the new change to the mall. When i come to the mall i think of ways of being relaxed and comfortable to shop spend my money in this great mall yes my son may want to walk or ride or take of his coat or i want to take off my coat to shop wouldn't you or someone u know there r a few people that think that it is a lot of things they could do with ther money than spend it on a five dollar stoller that only give u a dollar back or that its not even worth it. Now i have to think if i want to come to your mall or should i just leave my son at home. maybe they should just get the free strollers back.

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this place is great for people who dont like to go from store to store. it has everything i love it!!

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★★★★★

this place is great for people who dont like to go from store to store. it has everything i love it!!

Pros: one stop shopping

Cons: bad pizza

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It's super crowded, lots of rude packs of kids wanting to walk right beside each other -don't dare break their line! If you want to bring your kids here during the really cold months to "get out", forget about it. The two play areas they have are CONGESTED with wild, unruly children who could care less about the smaller infants. EVERYTIME I went there, there were least 2 groups of kids running rampant, stepping on smaller kids, jumping on top of the play items - and the parents just sit there and could care less about them bumping into other, smaller kids. I brought my daughters there around Christmas of last year - literally, there were 3 kids all trying to steal food and toys from the back of my stroller and their parents were smiling, saying, NO NO that's not nice...never mind that they kept trying and weren't listening. The parents didn't say excuse me or anything. No wonder the kids are like that. They are just kids but the parents don't teach them about respect. Yesterday, I was "desperate" again and went to look for shoes for my daughters. I don't even bother letting my kids in the play areas anymore. Once again, I peaked over and there was a little boy who was barely walking...maybe about 10 or 11 months old. The parents were trying to get him to play and go down the slide and 4 ROUDY kids came running on top of the infant, jumping on the slide and one of them stepped on the the little boys hands. They didn't so much as blink and where were the parents? God only knows! The parents of the little boy yelled at them and looked around to see if they would run back to their parents and they didn't. They just kept on playing oblvious to anyone else. I just looked at the mom and shook my head right along with her. Sad really. They have added a few new stores like Guess... that's nice but really the problem isn't so much the type of stores they have as the type of "crowds they attract". This mall reeks mallrats in a bad way... sorry.

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★☆☆☆☆

It's super crowded, lots of rude packs of kids wanting to walk right beside each other -don't dare break their line! If you want to bring your kids here during the really cold months to "get out", forget about it. The two play areas they have are CONGESTED with wild, unruly children who could care less about the smaller infants. EVERYTIME I went there, there were least 2 groups of kids running rampant, stepping on smaller kids, jumping on top of the play items - and the parents just sit there and could care less about them bumping into other, smaller kids. I brought my daughters there around Christmas of last year - literally, there were 3 kids all trying to steal food and toys from the back of my stroller and their parents were smiling, saying, NO NO that's not nice...never mind that they kept trying and weren't listening. The parents didn't say excuse me or anything. No wonder the kids are like that. They are just kids but the parents don't teach them about respect. Yesterday, I was "desperate" again and went to look for shoes for my daughters. I don't even bother letting my kids in the play areas anymore. Once again, I peaked over and there was a little boy who was barely walking...maybe about 10 or 11 months old. The parents were trying to get him to play and go down the slide and 4 ROUDY kids came running on top of the infant, jumping on the slide and one of them stepped on the the little boys hands. They didn't so much as blink and where were the parents? God only knows! The parents of the little boy yelled at them and looked around to see if they would run back to their parents and they didn't. They just kept on playing oblvious to anyone else. I just looked at the mom and shook my head right along with her. Sad really. They have added a few new stores like Guess... that's nice but really the problem isn't so much the type of stores they have as the type of "crowds they attract". This mall reeks mallrats in a bad way... sorry.

Pros: Convenience...

Cons: Everything else...

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Croweded with kids and high schoolers, this is a great mall for, well, the teen and tween scene. It's also good to run in and get some quick supplies (like vacuum cleaner bags at Sears). But as far as "real" shopping is concerned, you'd be better off going to either the Aurora Outlet Mall, Oakbrook Center or, if you're up for a bit of a drive from the western 'burbs, going to Woodfield or even way over to Old Orchard.

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★★☆☆☆

Croweded with kids and high schoolers, this is a great mall for, well, the teen and tween scene. It's also good to run in and get some quick supplies (like vacuum cleaner bags at Sears). But as far as "real" shopping is concerned, you'd be better off going to either the Aurora Outlet Mall, Oakbrook Center or, if you're up for a bit of a drive from the western 'burbs, going to Woodfield or even way over to Old Orchard.

Pros: Convenient for western suburbanites

Cons: Impossible to get a clerk to wait on you -- especially at Penny's.

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There is only ONE WAY to get to the food court for people with strollers: The ONE elevator that serves the entire 3-level mall. Of course, there are stairs, but who can use them when you have a stroller to haul? The elevator is large and fits a ton of people, so by the time everyone on it departs, the doors start to close and you miss your ride. There have been SO many times where I've frantically pushed the button on the outside to get the doors to open, but that never works. I've also almost had my hand squashed more times than I can count trying to get it to stay open. It's not exactly user-friendly and most definitely NOT a "smart" elevator. You just have to be very lucky that someone is still inside to keep the door open for you or get some large part of your body in between the doors so it can't shut, or just be super aggressive with it and get in there quickly. It's really a pain when that's the only option and the dept stores' elevators aren't going to do you any good because they don't go to the Food Court. VERY BADLY THOUGHT OUT.
Think about it: who is the main demographic for malls for the majority of it's open hours, Mon-Fri 9-5? Moms with children, who are of course going to have strollers. Why on earth would they make it so difficult for this group of people to get to the main attraction of the mall? The elevator is ALWAYS packed and every ride you wait so long for is a lot of work to get. VERY frustraing.
Not to mention that it's poor lay-out. You can't even see all the stores unless you go way into each "leg" of each wing. Very strange lay out. Hard to the store you're looking for when you don't have a map handy. Doesn't look a thing like the drawing.
IGNORE WHAT IT SAYS BELOW. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS MALL.

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★★☆☆☆

There is only ONE WAY to get to the food court for people with strollers: The ONE elevator that serves the entire 3-level mall. Of course, there are stairs, but who can use them when you have a stroller to haul? The elevator is large and fits a ton of people, so by the time everyone on it departs, the doors start to close and you miss your ride. There have been SO many times where I've frantically pushed the button on the outside to get the doors to open, but that never works. I've also almost had my hand squashed more times than I can count trying to get it to stay open. It's not exactly user-friendly and most definitely NOT a "smart" elevator. You just have to be very lucky that someone is still inside to keep the door open for you or get some large part of your body in between the doors so it can't shut, or just be super aggressive with it and get in there quickly. It's really a pain when that's the only option and the dept stores' elevators aren't going to do you any good because they don't go to the Food Court. VERY BADLY THOUGHT OUT.
Think about it: who is the main demographic for malls for the majority of it's open hours, Mon-Fri 9-5? Moms with children, who are of course going to have strollers. Why on earth would they make it so difficult for this group of people to get to the main attraction of the mall? The elevator is ALWAYS packed and every ride you wait so long for is a lot of work to get. VERY frustraing.
Not to mention that it's poor lay-out. You can't even see all the stores unless you go way into each "leg" of each wing. Very strange lay out. Hard to the store you're looking for when you don't have a map handy. Doesn't look a thing like the drawing.
IGNORE WHAT IT SAYS BELOW. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS MALL.

Pros: kiddie play areas, coupon kiosk at cust serv

Cons: one elevator, poor lay out, bad store selection

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The Fox Valley Mall is really getting better. During our first adventure to Shoppingtown (such a silly name), I commented on how run-down the stores seemed to be. Within the past few months, however, this mall has opened more stores and really cleaned up its act. It's got a great selection of anchor stores and boutiques and a large food court. For those in the western suburbs, it's better than Yorktown.

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★★★★☆

The Fox Valley Mall is really getting better. During our first adventure to Shoppingtown (such a silly name), I commented on how run-down the stores seemed to be. Within the past few months, however, this mall has opened more stores and really cleaned up its act. It's got a great selection of anchor stores and boutiques and a large food court. For those in the western suburbs, it's better than Yorktown.

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This mall has two floors with four wings each of retail shopping. There is a wide variety of stores, from Fields to the Chicago Shop. There are also a lot of places to eat, including the food court on the lower level with your typical mall fare. I'd classify a lot of it as higher end, expensive type of stores, but there are stores like Pennys and Sears, too. This mall gets very crowded on the weekend and around the holidays. Parking at those times can be atrocious.

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★★★★☆

This mall has two floors with four wings each of retail shopping. There is a wide variety of stores, from Fields to the Chicago Shop. There are also a lot of places to eat, including the food court on the lower level with your typical mall fare. I'd classify a lot of it as higher end, expensive type of stores, but there are stores like Pennys and Sears, too. This mall gets very crowded on the weekend and around the holidays. Parking at those times can be atrocious.

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Fox Valley is becoming a much better mall. The stores are becoming a little higher-class and after they re-decorated the inside it has less of a ghetto feel.

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Fox Valley is becoming a much better mall. The stores are becoming a little higher-class and after they re-decorated the inside it has less of a ghetto feel.

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ah, fox valley. i knew thee well. when i was growing up in the sticks, going to fox valley WAS going to the city. it seemed huge; it was the ultimate shopping experience. good food court; gotta love the baked potato place. aside from that, you've got all your basics: field's, musicland, gap. everything a mall rat from the suburbs could dream of.

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ah, fox valley. i knew thee well. when i was growing up in the sticks, going to fox valley WAS going to the city. it seemed huge; it was the ultimate shopping experience. good food court; gotta love the baked potato place. aside from that, you've got all your basics: field's, musicland, gap. everything a mall rat from the suburbs could dream of.

 

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