The Bargain Hunter: In-store and online sale at Selfridges

 

Selfridges is running a 70 per cent off sale in store and online. The discounts apply to limited items in the men's, women's, children's and homeware departments. They include women's chinos reduced from £260 to £75, men's Diesel jeans, down from £90 to £63, and women's sandals, were £120 now £59. Delivery for items bought online will cost £4.95, The sale runs while stocks last.

Get the Habitat habit with 70 per cent off

There are some real bargains in Habitat's 70 per cent off homeware sale. Indoor and outdoor furniture is included, with some of the best buys in the sofa and accessories, kitchen and dining, and glassware departments. The sale is at all Habitat stores and on the website. Delivery costs £4.95 for small items, £9.95 for furniture.

Save on TM Lewin suits and shirts

TM Lewin has reduced the price of suits and shirts by 60 per cent in store and online. The sale applies to most items, but everything that doesn't fall into the 60 per cent off category should still be reduced by half. Men's shirts that normally cost £85 can now be bought for just £15. The sale is set to run until Sunday 5 August.

Half-price summer offers at Matalan

Matalan's half-price summer sale kicked off last week, with a decent selection of discounts on current season items. Items can be purchased in any Matalan store, or from Matalan.co.uk, with the sale running while stocks last.

Prices slashed at Tesco Direct

Tesco Direct's up-to-half-price sale continues this week, with discounts in all manner of departments online. Top purchases can be found in the outdoor living, video game and TV sections, with a £2.99 charge added for delivery. Store pick-up is, of course, free. The Tesco Direct sale is set to finish on Wednesday 8 August.

j.hall@independent.co.uk

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