We went to bicester a week and a half ago, and I was a tad disappointed. I think it's because I was expecting a shopping experience like at Woodbury commons. Compared to the states, the deals aren't that great, but compared to shopping in london, it's worth a trip. I only bought a juicy couture charm for £19 and a lotion and hand scrub set from l'occtaine. DH bought a pair of shorts from g star raw for £10 since the belt loops were slightly ripped, so the manager was willing to cut the price and a pair of boxers from levis. I was mainly looking for bags and shoes but didn't see any real steals. The Burberry outlet had a big selection, but I already bought stuff from the factory outlet in London. I liked the juicy couture outlet, but some of the charms were still pricey. Prada had a nice selection of bags, and the prices and selection were basically the same as at Woodbury commons. The store was so busy though, so I didn't even feel like spending long there. Gucci had a lot of bags, but nothing too eye catching IMO. Tory burch had some cute flats, and the staff at the hearts on fire outlet are the nicest SA's I've met in the uk. We only spent like 4 hours at bicester, but I guess it's because we didn't go into every store. I knew I could get better deals at home on most stuff, so we only went to certain stores. Parking was surprisingly easy to find even though it was a Sunday, but we took a few wrong turns to and from bicester so it took us a couple of hours each way from London. Maybe the shopping express would have been better...especially since we didn't buy much.