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Personal_Finance / Money Saving Dec 24, 2009 - 09:32 PM GMT

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Personal_Finance

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleThe deepest recession since the great depression gives shoppers an opportunity to buy on deep discounting before the January 1st VAT increase to 17.5% from 15%. Distressed high street stores have already started cutting prices before Christmas with discounts typically of 50%.


High Street Sales Christmas Holiday 2009

Boxing Day onwards is expected to typically see discounts across all major retailers of up to 50%, escalating to more than 75% off to get rid of old stock as the sales season moves into January.

GAP - Upto 50% off as of 21st December

Clarks - Upto 50% off as of 21st December

Dorothy Perkins - Upto 50% off everything as of 22nd December

Evans - Upto 50% off everything as of 22nd December

River Island - Upto 50% off as of 22nd December

French Connection - Upto 50% off as of 22nd December

B&Q - Upto 50% off as of 24th December

COMET - Upto 30% off as of 24th December

Halfords - Upto 50% off as of 24th December - Ends Midnight Christmas day.

Debenhams - Upto 70% off as 26th December.

IKEA - Upto 50% off as of 26th December.

Argos - Upto 20% off as of 26th December.

House of Fraser - Upto 50% off as of 26th December.

Matalan - Upto 50% off as of 26th December.

NEXT - Upto 50% off as of 26th December.

Marks and Spencer - Upto 50% off as 26th December online, 27th December in Store,

John Lewis - Upto 50% off as of 27th December.

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