This is a detailed list of all the current major high street and online retailers' sales. Often there are massive discounts, but it’s all about the timing.
Before you get seduced by the sales, follow this checklist first.
1. Check for vouchers: See the Shopping Vouchers guide.
2. Benchmark prices: Use the MegaShopBot to compare prices.
3. Will you use it? If you won’t use it, or can’t afford it, even sales goods aren’t worth it. Read our tips for safer shopping.
Shop online at Gap* (delivery's £4) or at your nearest Gap store. It hasn't said how long the sale is on for or what's included, but we've found reductions on both current and previous season men's, women's, kids' and maternity items.
Bargains we've found include men's T-shirts for £10 (were £19), women's jeans* for £10 (were £45) and girls' sweaters for £9 (were £20).
Shop online at Burton* (delivery's £3.95) or in-store. Burton hasn't told us how long the sale will be on for or what's included. However, we've found reductions on shirts, jeans, suits, shoes, accessories and more.
Bargains include T-shirts for £4 (were £8), hoodies for £10 (were £20) and jeans* for £8 (were £25).
Shop online at Kiddicare* (delivery's £4.95) or at your nearest Kiddicare store while stocks last and you'll find discounts on toys, prams, high chairs, nappies and many more baby items. The best current bargains we've found include car seats for £30 (were £70), travel cots for £30 (were £70) and high chairs for £25 (were £60).
The size of discount varies greatly from item to item, although we've found that many have at least 50% off. Kiddicare has told us that new lines will be added to the sale throughout the summer.
Shop online at Reiss* (delivery's £3.95 or collect in-store for free) or at your nearest store while stocks last. The sale contains mainly items from the current season, although also features some previous season items.
Bargains we've found include women's dresses for £47 (were £95), men's casual shirts for £30 (were £65) and women's sandals for £55 (were £110).
Shop online at French Connection* (delivery's £3.95) or at your nearest store. French Connection hasn't told us how long the sale will be on for or what's included. However, we've found reductions on men's, women's, kids' and home items.
Although the sale is advertised as up to 50% off, we've found that some items have been reduced even further, including women's dresses* for £16 (were £40), women's tops for £8 (were £27) and men's jeans for £18 (were £60).
Shop online at Dotcomgiftshop* (delivery's £2.95) and you'll find at least 40% off accessories, home decorations, novelty gifts and more while stocks last. The 250 items included in the sale amounts to around 20% of Dotcomgiftshop's total stock.
Bargains we've found include novelty mugs for £1.50 (were £4), sets of placemats for £3 (were £9) and embroidered cushions for £10 (were £35).
The Jewel Hut is having a sale on Pandora items, which ends Jun 30 Jun or till stock lasts. Details are scarce but Pandora discounts are rare, this could be seriously hot so we wanted to tip you off now.
What we do know is it's likely to launch on Thu 13 Jun and prices will start from £10; even better delivery at the Jewel Hut is usually free. You should get all the official packaging too, ideal if you're buying for a gift.
Bargains we’ve found include silver beads for £10 (were £15), pearl drop charm beads for £17.50 (were £35) and silver pendants for £29 (were £60).
Shop online or in-store at Debenhams* and you'll find up to 50% off current and previous season items from all ranges until Tue 2 Jul. Delivery's free until Wed 26 Jun, after that it will go back up to the usual price of £3.99. However, you'll still be able to collect in-store for free.
Bargains include women's dresses for £10 (were £20), men's formal shirts for £7.20 (were £18) and girls' trainers for £7 (were £17).
From 5pm, Wed 12 Jun, shop online at House Of Fraser* (delivery's £3 or you can collect in-store for free) or at your nearest store while stocks last. The sale includes selected current and previous season items from all ranges.
Bargains we've found include women's Jane Norman dresses for £17.50 (were £30), men's Diesel jeans for £60 (were £120) and fitted bed sheets for £9 (were £22)..
Shop online at Wallis* (delivery's £3.95 or you can collect in-store for £2) or at your nearest store while stocks last.
Although the sale is advertised as up to 50% off, we've found some items have been discounted even further, such as dresses for £15 (were £45), blouses for £10 (were £25) and wedge court shoes for £15 (were £32).
MoneySavers have started to receive emails containing exclusive previews of the Office up to 50% off sale, so we expect it will be going live soon online at Office* (delivery's £3.50) and in-store.
We contacted Office to find out more about the sale but it told us it's against its policy to release details of its promotions. We know the sale will be up to 50% off and will include brands, but at the moment, that's all the info we have. We'll update you here when we know more.
Shop online at Harvey Nichols (delivery's £5.50 or you can collect in-store for free) or at your nearest store by Sun 30 Jun. All current season items are included in the sale, although discounts vary on branded goods, and some previous season items are included at up to 70% off.
Bargains we've found include dresses for £20 (were £40), women's jeans for £69 (were £230) and men's shirts for £35 (were £70).
Shop online at M&S* or at your nearest M&S store while stocks last. The sale includes discounts on current season items such as women's dresses for £12 (were £25), women's jeans for £12 (were £19.50) and girls' shoes for £6 (were £10). Delivery's £3.50 or you can collect in-store for free.
Shop online at Dunelm Mill* or at your nearest store and get 20% off selected items across many departments. Some end-of-season stock is reduced by up to 50%. Delivery's £3.95 or you can collect in-store for free. Dunelm Mill was unable to confirm an end date.
Bargains include duvets from £6 (were £12), cushions £2 (were £4) and Egyptian cotton bath towels £8 (were £10). The sale’s popular with forumites - read the full Dunelm Mill thread.
Ikea saleIn-store sale. Discount and items vary according to store
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Shop at your nearest Ikea until Sun 23 Jun. Ikea hasn't been able to give us an idea of the amount of discount or the items included as these vary from store to store. Select your local store from the link above to see the offers available in your area.
Shop online at Tesco Clothing* (delivery's £3.95 or you can collect in-store for free) or go to your nearest Tesco store. Tesco hasn't yet confirmed how long the sale will be on for or what's included, although we've found current and previous season items from men's, women's and kids' ranges.
Forumuites have already found some great bargains, including women's tops for £4 (were £8), men's shirts for £5 (were £10) and boys' trainers for £5 (were £10). Read the full Tesco clothing sale thread.
Get up to 60% off some current and previous season items online at Dorothy Perkins* (delivery's £4) or at your nearest store. Although the sale is advertised as up to 60% off, we've found even bigger discounts on some items, including dresses for £12 (were £45), shorts for £3 (were £22) and jackets for £22 (were £39).
Shop online at George* (delivery's £2.95 or you can collect in-store for free) or at your nearest store while stocks last. Use the Asda store locator and filter to include stores with clothes sections to find your nearest.
The sale contains men's, women's and kids' items from both the current and previous season, including women's dresses for £8 (were £16), boys' trainers for £4 (were £8) and girls' T-shirts for £3 (were £6. Forumites have already nabbed some great bargains. Read the full George sale thread.
Get up to 70% off limited items at kids' clothing site Adams*, plus free delivery. Bargains include boys’ T-shirts for £4 (were £8), girls’ jumpers for £3.50 (were £7) and toddlers’ tops for £4 (were £8).
Shop online at Asos* and you'll find up to 70% off selected items from all ranges while stocks last. We've found a mix of both current and previous season items in the sale. Asos hasn't given us an end date, so be quick to ensure you don't miss out.
Bargains we've seen include men's jeans for £12.50 (were £30), women's pump shoes for £11 (were £30) and women's dresses for £8 (were £28).
Shop online at New Look* (delivery's £3.95) or in-store to get up to 60% off men's, women's and kids' clothing from current and previous seasons. Bargains include women's jackets for £8 (were £25), men's T-shirts for £4 (were £8) and women's dresses for £5 (were £13).
New Look hasn't confirmed the end date of the sale, so go quickly to ensure you don't miss out.
Shop online at Kurt Geiger* (delivery's £4.95) or at your nearest store and you'll find up to 70% off selected items from all ranges. The majority of items included will be from the current season, although there will be a few past season bits in there too, which will be discounted even further.
Bargains include women's court shoes for £15 (were £70), women's boots for £19 (were £80) and men's espadrilles for £25 (were £65).
Shop online at Oasis* (delivery's £3.99) or at your nearest store while stocks last. The sale includes items from both the current and previous seasons, such as dresses for £20 (were £45), duffle coats for £20 (were £40) and wedge shoes for £25 (were £45).
Shop online at Monsoon* (delivery's £3.95 or you can collect in-store for free) or at your nearest store. Bargains include women's day dresses for £27.50 (were £55), women's sandals for £15 (were £55) and girls' tops for £10 (were £20).
MSE Steve says:
Although the sale is advertised as up to 50% off, we've found that some items have been reduced even further.
Shop online or in-store at WHSmith* to get cut-price stationery, including pencil cases for £1.05 (were £4.19), A5 floral notebooks for £1.50 (were £5.99) and packs of 10 ink cartridges for £1.99 (were £7.98). Delivery's £3.99 or you can collect in-store for free.
MSE Michael says:
Although the sale is both in-store and online, WHSmith can't guarantee that in-store prices will be the same as online.
Get up to 50% off online at Boohoo* - delivery's £3.99. It's while stocks last and there are approx 1,000 items on sale from current and previous seasons. They're updated every 2-3 weeks and include women's t-shirts for £3 (were £10), sandals for £4 (were £12) and jackets for £10 (were £25).
Get up to 80% off online at Sports Direct (delivery's £3.99) or in your nearest store. Stock's limited and includes men's Lee Cooper combat pants for £3 (were £30), women's jeans for £3 (were £30) kids' t-shirts for £1 (were £10).
Anyone aged 60 or over can get 10 Advantage Card points per £1 spent (usually 4 per £1) on Boots branded products when you sign up to Boots Health Club. Once registered, you'll be sent a printable voucher via email to show in-store, with your Advantage card, for the extra points.
MSE Charlotte says:
Each point's worth 1p when redeemed on virtually any Boots-branded product in-store at Boots, so this is effectively a 10% discount on Boots branded items. Don't assume Boots is always cheapest though, if you can buy items 10%+ cheaper elsewhere, go there instead. See full Boost Loyalty Points guide for more Boots tips.
Shop online at Topman* for limited current and previous season shirts, jumpers, shoes and accessories. Ongoing bargains include a snood for £3 (was £22), pocket T-shirt for £5 (was £16) or a jersey bag for £8 (was £20). Delivery's £4.
There's a secret phrase that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. "Section 75" laws means your plastic must protect anything you buy over £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust you can still get your money back.
Although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards there is something else to fall back on if you paid on a Visa debit or electron card, or Visa credit card under £100 (otherwise go for Section 75). Known as Visa Chargeback, this is part of Visa's internal rules and not a legal requirement. Full details of Section 75, chargeback and how to claim in the Section 75 Refunds guide.
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