Shops including Debenhams and Zara slash prices by up to 70% as they reopen with mega sales


STORES including Debenhams, John Lewis and Zara have slashed prices by up to 70 per cent as they prepare to reopen today with mega sales.

Non-essential retailers are set to welcome back customers almost three months after the UK went into lockdown in March due to coronavirus.

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To help entice customers, big-name brands have already launched huge sales online with money off everything from clothing, make-up, homeware and kids’ toys.

The biggest discount so far is up 70 per cent off clothing at John Lewis and H&M.

Meanwhile, shops including Debenhams, Matalan, Next and Topshop all have up to 50 per cent off sales online.

Primark, which doesn’t offer online shopping, has said it won’t launch a sale yet as hundreds of keen shoppers queued to get into the retailer this morning.

It comes after The Sun launched our Bounce Back Britain campaign to help put people, communities and businesses back on track.

If you’re tempted by the sales, we’d still recommend shopping around to make sure you can’t get a better deal elsewhere.

Use an online price comparison website such as Price Spy to check prices before handing over any cash.

Also bear in mind that you’re only really saving money if you were already planning on buying that item anyway.

House of Fraser has a 30 per cent off sale on certain beauty and fragrance products.

For example, it’s selling a set of 50ml Cartier perfume and lotion for £53, down from £75.

While Debenhams is selling a makeup palette by Benefit for £19.50, down from £26, working out as 25 per cent off.

Zara has also reduced a 100ml bottle of the 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Florida fragrance to £6.99, down from £10.99.

Lots of retailers have clothing sales on at the moment on children’s, women’s, and menswear.

For example, John Lewis has slashed the price of a men’s denim jacket to £14.70, down from £49.

While, H&M is selling a buttoned skirt for £7, down from £24.99, working out as almost 72 per cent off.

Shoppers may also want to use the mega sales to stock up on accessories and handbags, with Zara selling a leopard print tote bag for £9.99, down from £17.99.

If you’re after shoes, you can nab trainers at a 50 per cent discount from Adidas.

The brand’s Cloudfoam Ultimate shoes are currently up for grabs for £37.48, down from £74.95.

Homebase currently has an up to 70 per cent off clearance sale, which includes this folding camping chair reduced by 46 per cent from £27.97 to £15.

It also has a slightly different camping chair reduced from £7.95 to £5.50, which is the cheapest price we could find online.

John Lewis has slashed the price of a 4.5L Leon stock pot by just over 50 per cent, down to £17.

While Matalan has an up to 50 per cent off sale on clothing and homeware products, both online and in store.

It includes this children’s double duvet set with two pillow cases reduced from £20 to £10.

Wilko has also launched a 50 per cent off sale, which includes a set of floor length curtains for £20, down from £40.

Plus, Scs has launched a sofa sale to celebrate that its stores are reopening, with discounts of up to 50 per cent.

Both John Lewis and have slashed the prices of electricals by up to 30 per cent.

For example, Very shoppers can nab Beats by Dr Dre headphones for £199, down from £269.

Or you can get a 65″ TV by LG for £1,299 at John Lewis, saving you £700 in the process.

Argos has a clearance sale on 606 toys and many have up to 50 per cent off, including the LOL Surprise fashion show on-the-go storage & playset.

This has been reduced for £25, down from £12.50.

Argos has also recently launched two for £15 and two for £30 on other toys.

While rival Smyths Toys has a clearance sale on 415 toys, including a Barbie doll with rainbow-coloured hair for £14.99, down from £19.99.

This costs £22.99 on Amazon, so you’re better off by shopping at Smyths Toys.

Keen to shop? We round up all the retailers that have reopened stores today.

The Sun had an exclusive first look inside a Primark store before it reopens its doors again.

For more behind the scenes stories on what retailers will look like after lockdown, check out how JD Sports is planning to reopen its 309 stores.


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