Woodbury can be great and can be a total bust. Don't expect to find remarkable deals. They really have marketed that outlets to tourists and sadly the supply cannot meet the demand. Know your price points ahead of time, because all the designer stores in NYC are having sales and you often times can make out better there. What has happened is that the owners of the mall know that people make this hour long trek from NYC and feel compelled to buy at least something, even if it is not really at an outlet price. So, all they do is open up all these boutiques that don't offer huge discounts and so-so merchandise in hopes that the consumer will just say, well I came this far, I might as well get it. The Neiman Marcus Last Call there has an extremely small men's section and the stock is awful. Again, they get such huge crowds that anything halfway decent is gone right away, but you may fiind something. The one at Jersey Gardens usually has a better selection. Don't pass up visiting though, you can find the occassional gem. I would check out the Giorgio Armani store. They always run sales, sometimes at 90% off the original retail price. They carry Mani (crap), Emporio Armani and the Giorgio collection line. Barneys is always a good stop, but they don't offer much mens sportswear. Due to the increased popularity of Lacoste, expect the store to be packed/very picked over as well, and I doubt you will find anthing to the tune of 75% off either. I've found the Tod's stote there to be crappy in selection and the prices not attractive enough for me to bite. Ditto this for Gucci, Hugo Boss (terrible), Ferragamo, Bally, Theory, Dolce & Gabbana. The Etro and Malo stores are decent, but again, the prices are not low enough given the selection. Banana Republic, Burberry, Armani Exchange, Club Monaco and those kinds of stores are usually packed, but you will wonder, did this stuff ever see the inside of the actual retail store? Several stores have items made exclusively for their outlets, which you want to avoid. These stores are also horribly disorganized. If you are coming from NYC, and drive through Jersey, you can hit 2 malls on the way back; Riverside Square (Bloomingdale's, Saks) and the much larger Garden State Plaza (Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Macys). Check out their websites for a complete store listing to see if it works for you. The two malls are about 10 minutes apart. It is a good time for sales and if you have time, I highly recommend you stop in there, especially if your trip to Woodbury isn't too successful. I usually do this, and there is no sales tax in New Jersey. Off Saks always runs a promotion, such as $25 off every $100 or 20% off your entire order. If you sign up for the emails from the outlet center, you will get these. As for deals to be had for EBAY, it is possible. I have had luck with this and make a killing but I primarily hunt for and sell women's clothing.