The 25 Best Stores Like Marshalls for Great Deals on Stylish Brands

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There’s a pretty obvious reason why savvy shoppers prefer discount stores like Marshalls:

Like a lot of major department stores, Marshalls carries merchandise across a wide variety of departments and stocks a lot of the same big-name brands as the fancy, higher-end stores.

But because their business model is so different from the high price retailers – who frequently charge huge markups – they’re able to offer lower prices that are hard to find anywhere else.

Unless you know where to look, of course.

In this post we’ve put together a comprehensive list of stores like Marshall’s that offer a wide variety of well-made, well-priced and high-value merchandise.

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Nordstrom Rack

Nordstrom Rack logo

Nordstrom Rack is one of the top competitors for stores like Marshalls and TJ Maxx because it follows a similar playbook:

They carry a wide range of merchandise that spans everything from fashion and accessories to home decor goods and beauty products, all from the same brand names that you’d find at the flagship Nordstrom store.

But while it’s all from the same big brand names as the flagship Nordstrom store, it’s sold at much more affordable prices.

Check Out Nordstrom Rack ➤

Saks Off Fifth

Saks Off Fifth logo

This is the Saks Fifth Avenue version of Nordstrom, and it basically follows the same model as Marshalls stores and other discount retailers.

They offer better deals on the same top brands and designer items carried by the flagship store, but because they’re from last year’s collections, you can snag them at much more reasonable prices.

Check Out Saks Off Fifth ➤

Bloomingdales Outlet

Bloomingdales Outlet logo

You’re probably seeing a pattern here, and with good reason.

A lot of the biggest Marshalls competitors are stores like Nordstrom Rack and Bloomingdales Outlet.

By moving merchandise from the clearance sections of their flagship stores to overstock stores like these, big retailers are able to give unsold merchandise one last chance to move.

And – much more importantly – giving you and me the chance to brand name fashion and home décor at the lowest possible prices.

Check Out Bloomingdales ➤

TJ Maxx

TJ Maxx logo

The store that’s most like Marshalls isn’t actually one of its competitors, since they’re both owned by TJX Companies.

Though they fall under different brands, T.J. Maxx and Marshalls have a whole lot in common:

Since they both make use of the same supply chains they tend to carry similar products and brand-name items (and often the exact same items) across a similar range of product categories.

Check Out TJ Maxx ➤


Sierra logo

Formerly known as Sierra Trading Post and owend by the same parent company as Marshalls and TJ Maxx, Sierra focuses more on the outdoors and an active lifestyle than its brother brands.

(Though it’s worth noting that they also carry a range of home goods and pet accessories.)

Check Out Sierra ➤


Walmart logo

Easily the world’s biggest discount department store, Walmart is one of those Marshalls competitors that falls somewhere in the middle of the spectrum:

It sits about halfway between upscale department stores like Nordstrom and Saks, and discount stores like Dollar Tree and Dollar General.

It’s well known for offering low prices at both its (many) brick-and-mortar locations and its increasingly large online store.

But it’s a bit different from stores like Marshalls and Nordstrom Rack, which offer discount prices on name brand clothing and other merchandise.

In contrast, Walmart focuses almost exclusively on lower-cost brands.

As a result, they’re able to offer the best retail prices on everything from fresh food and affordable furniture to hair products and small appliances (and, let’s be honest, just about everything else under the sun).

Check Out Walmart ➤


Target logo

Target is one of the biggest Walmart competitors, but it also puts an emphasis on fashion and style that makes it an affordable alternative to stores like Marshalls and TJ Maxx.

While they carry a wide range of brands, some of Target’s best deals on clothes and fashion can be found on their in-house brands, which often look just as good as the designer goods and name-brand merchandise you’d find at Marshalls, but cost even less.

Check Out Target ➤


Amazon logo

Amazon is the world leader in online shopping (not to mention the third biggest search engine on Earth), and a great place to turn for…

Well, almost everything, at this point.

As one of the world’s biggest companies they have some massive economies of scale, making it one of the best places to turn for a good price on name-brand items.

In addition to their huge inventory and low prices, Amazon sweetens the pot by offering Amazon Prime, which not only provides free next-day shipping on most items, but also gives you access to their (pretty impressive) streaming platform, Prime Video.

Check Out Amazon ➤


eBay logo

eBay is best known as an online auction site where you can treasure hunt for used stuff that’s still in (relatively) good condition.

But they also have thousands of brand new products across just about every retail category, including clothes, home furnishings and a lot of other categories that you’d find at Marshalls.

Check Out eBay ➤


HauteLook logo

Hautelook is an online retailer owned by Nordstrom that offers designer deals on new merchandise.

They have a pretty wide selection of styles for both women and men, and like Marshall’s their site is updated with new inventory pretty frequently, so it’s worth keeping an eye on.

Check Out Hautelook ➤

Dillards Clearance Centers

Dillards Clearance Centers logo

As you can probably guess from the name, this is an extension of the Dillard’s retail chain where you can snag clearance items for a much lower price tag than you’d find in the flagship store.

A lot of their clothes and other products are from last season since they’re clearance items.

But with that said, you can usually find a few new arrivals that work for the current season as well.

Check Out Dillards ➤


ASOS logo

Asos is an affordable brand from the UK known for their hip, modern and fashion-forward styles.

Their house brand includes a wide selection of clothes for both men and women, and they also carry a curated selection of prodcuts from other well known (and similarly hip) brands.

Check Out Asos ➤


Everlane logo

Everlane is a retail brand with a conscious.

In addition to selling stylish clothes that perfectly tread the line between modern and classic, they’re also committed to making the world a better place:

All of their clothes are sourced form ethical factories, which means they won’t just make you look good, they’ll make you feel good.

Check Out Everlane ➤


boohooMan logo

boohooMan (a male-focused extenstion of the main boohoo brand) is another British import that offers hip, fresh and on-point styles for reasonable prices.

Like Marshalls, they carry a super wide range of products and styles that goes all the way from suiting and formal wear on the one end to pajamas and loungewear on the other.

Check Out boohooMAN ➤

Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters logo

Urban Outfitters has long been a favorite store of young, hip and trendy people looking for clothes and home accessories that match their tastes and lifestyle.

Their prices are a little more expensive than what you’d find at Marshalls, but they carry a pretty wide selection of categories and products and often stock cool brands that you might not have otherwise heard of.

Check Out Urban Outfitters ➤


Shein Logo

Shein is another online-only store that offers low prices on casual clothes and accessories.

Though their selection isn’t as broad as Marshalls, their prices are just as good, and sometimes even better:

Unlike Marshalls, which has the same low prices year-round, Shein will occasionally run sales on their already well-priced merchandise, making it even more affordable.

Check Out Shein ➤


Romwe logo

Romwe may not be the first name that comes to mind when you think of stores like Marshalls online.

(It probably has more in common with modern fashion stores like Shein.) 

But it’s a great Marshalls alternative for anyone looking for stuff that’s stylish and affordable.

They tend to target a slightly younger demo than Marshalls and carry a wide range of clothes and accessories that are hip, trendy and of-the-moment, but won’t cost a fortune.

Check Out Romwe ➤


JackThreads logo

JackThreads is another good Marshalls alternative for cheap but stylish casual stapes like tees, shorts, pants and sweaters.

They have a wide selection of products that goes all the way up to suiting and formalwear, but you’re probably best just to stick with their casual stuff.

(There are better places to find affordable suits online.) 

Check Out JackThreads ➤


End Clothing logo

End makes for a great alternative to stores like Marshalls and TJ Maxx because their focus goes beyond clothes and includes a number of other categories.

In addition to fashion and accessories, they also have a wide variety of gadgets and electronics, along with fragrances, grooming products, home furnishings and more.

Check Out End. ➤


YesStyle logo

Yesstyle is an Asia-based online store that sells lifestyle products in just about every retail category, including clothes, outdoor equipment, stationery and more.

(A lot of people mistake it for one of the Japanese brands, but it was actually founded in California and now based in Hong Kong.)

With a wide selection of Asian brands and products, it’s a great place to shop if you’re tired of all the usual North American brands, which can often feel like they’re all kind of the same.

Check Out YesStyle ➤


Wayfair logo

Wayfair is an affordable and stylish online furniture and home furnishings store where you can get everything from new bedding or a trendy shower curtain to end tables, couches and just about any other kind of furniture.

It’s only a partial Marshalls competitor since Wayfair doesn’t sell clothes, but a lot of their furniture is in the same modern style as what you’d find at Marshalls or TJ Maxx, making it a good alternative.

Check Out Wayfair ➤


Overstock logo

Another home decor competitor, Overstock offers some of the best prices on furniture and other home accessories.

Their website is also a little more advanced than some other discount furniture stores because it allows you to sort by style, so you can easily browse the pieces that are most likely to suit your tastes.

Check Out Outstock ➤


ThredUp logo

ThredUp is a consignment store where you can find previously owned clothes and accessories.

While their selection is limited to women’s and kids’ clothes (at least for now), they carry a wide range of merchandise in those two categories, and also make it easy for you to sell used stuff of your own.

Check Out ThredUp ➤

Neiman Marcus Last Call 

Neiman Marcus Last Call logo

Last call is to Neiman Marcus what Nordstrom Rack is to Nordstrom and Saks Off Fifth is to Saks.

If you don’t mind doing a little hunting through the racks (or through the clearance section of their website) it can be a great place to find a hidden gem or score a great deal on a high quality brand.

Check Out Neiman ➤


6pm logo

Owned by Zappos (which itself is actually owned by Amazon), 6pm offers a pretty wide selection of clothes and accessories.

While you can often find a pretty good deal on both Zappos and Amazon, 6pm does them one better, offering some of the best prices you’ll find online for major, recognizable brand names.

Check Out 6pm ➤

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