The Bargain Hunter - M&S homeware and clothing sale

 

Marks & Spencer launched a huge, up-to-half-price sale
earlier this week, which discounts selected items both in-store and
online. The sale includes free delivery to more than 450 M&S
stores in the UK, with many of the best buys available in the
men's, women's and children's fashion departments. Outside of
clothing there are some good offers on M&S homeware. Pay
particular attention to the glassware section, where a floral
bubble jug has been reduced from £22.50 to £15, and Marcel Wanders
Martini glasses are available for just £5.

Half-price discounts on offer at Fitflops

Fitflops is also running a 50 per cent discount at the moment. Summer sandals, trainers and winter boots are all included with some shoes available for as little as £22.50. Even better, customers entering the code FREESHIP1 while making their purchase automatically receive free delivery on their purchases. It ends at midnight on Wednesday.

Log on for Next's online savings

Next's hugely popular half-price sale may have come to an end in stores a few weeks ago, but the discounts are still very much available online. Savings can made on selected items across Next.co.uk but, somewhat unusually for this kind of sale, there doesn't seem to be any kind of delivery discount on your purchases. The sale runs as long as stocks last so, as the sale has already been running a number of weeks, you'd best be quick if you want to bag a bargain.

H urry for Ann Summers savings

Ann Summers' 75 per cent off lingerie sale comes to an end tomorrow, with top buys including thongs for £1.50, briefs for £2 and bras for just £3. The sale is running both in-store and online at AnnSummers.com. Purchases must be made before midnight tomorrow for the discounts to apply, with delivery costing £3.95.

j.hall@independent.co.uk

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