PHX Perspective


Shop for Valentine’s Day at Sky Harbor

Love is in the air as Valentine’s Day quickly approaches. And, if you are one of those people who is perplexed on what to get that special someone in your life, look no further than Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. In fact, PHX Sky Harbor has a variety of shops offering items such as jewelry, clothing, unique Arizona gifts, sports memorabilia and even food.

Looking for jewelry? At Brighton Collectibles, for every Peace Charm bangle sold between now and February 15, five dollars will be donated to charity. And, from Feb. 15-28, for every $100 purchase, customers will receive an exclusive Hanging with Brighton dragonfly shaped earring tree.

For the man in your life, the PGA Tour Shop has sales on various types of shirts. Pebble Beach BOGO polos, shorts and vests are buy one get one free. There is a location in the Terminal 3 lobby area as well as one near Gate B3 in Terminal 4.

Have a sweet tooth? Why not pick up some See’s Candies? See’s is available in Terminal 2 at Travel Mart and CNBC, in Terminal 3 at Desert Images, and in Terminal 4 at Desert News and Gifts and CNBC.

For those cookie lovers, what better gift than a personalized cookie? Paradise Bakery will have big cookies available that travelers can have personalized. The Paradise Bakery in Terminal 4 is the cookie headquarters, but travelers can pre-order and have them available in Terminals 2 and 3. Those wishing to pick-up their cookies before February 13th will need to call two days ahead of time. Cookies will be decorated on demand on February 13 and 14th. Twelve-inch cookies are $16.95 and six-inch cookies are $6.95. Call 602-681-0909 to place an order.

Many other unique gift ideas are available at America’s Friendliest Airport® so be sure to check them out as you travel through.


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