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New Stores, Holiday Offer at Reagan National Airport (Promoted)

Washington, D.C. area airports are making big changes to bring first class finds to savvy travelers and just in time for the holiday travel season.

Don’t arrive to your destination empty-handed. You can now jet to the newest stores for your gifts on the go.

Arlington’s “local” airport has plenty of new retail and restaurant options to choose from — and an offer that will reward you for your patronage.

Reagan National Airport has recently added the following to its shopping and dining mix:

  • American Tap Room
  • Ben’s Chili Bowl
  • Brighton
  • Brooks Brothers
  • CNBC Smartshop
  • Five Guys
  • Forbes
  • Hudson News
  • Lacoste
  • Legal Sea Foods
  • NBC4
  • Pinkberry
  • Spanx
  • Starbucks
  • Vineyard Vines
  • Washingtonian

The following eateries are opening at DCA before the end of the year:

  • &pizza
  • Grille District Bar
  • Taylor Gourmet

Looking forward to checking them out? Or visiting an old favorite? Good news: it could get you a gadget that will come in handy while going home for the holidays next month.

If you spend $100 or more (pretax) at any combination of stores and restaurants at the airport in December, you’ll be eligible for a FREE portable USB battery pack charger for your smartphone or other device.

The charger has a retail value of $30. To get it, present your receipts at any of of the following pre-security redemption stores: Brooks Brothers, Fine Leather Works, iRelax-n-Massage or Lacoste. Limit one per customer, while supplies last.

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