If you're feeling flush this holiday season and want to give someone, or yourself, an extra-special gift, the Galleria is offering a special savings incentive at David Yurman and Gucci. Between now and January 31, 2012 shoppers who purchase a $250 Simon American Express gift card will receive a $100 gift certificate to David Yurman. Yurman's designs have gone down the red carpet on stars like Jaime Pressly, Olivia Wilde, Kate Bosworth and Angie Harmon, to name just a few. The gift certificate is good for any Yurman purchase over $500. You will find David Yurman's boutique in the Saks Fifth Avenue wing of the Galleria.
That's not all -- let's see what Gucci has in store for us.
Talk about a stay-cation: Between now and December 31, you can take advantage of a luxury Gucci shopping package that includes deluxe hotel accommodations at The Westin Oaks, including The Westin Heavenly Bed and complimentary self-parking, plus a $1,000 gift certificate to Nordstrom. There are no blackout dates on this offer -- it is available seven days a week between now and December 31, and costs $1,000 per night.
To review current Galleria shopping packages and to book online, visit the Westin Galleria website. Merry, fancy Christmas!
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