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Next logoRUMOUR: Next 50% off sale this weekend?*Likely in stores & online from Sat 24 Mar - not confirmed


Rumours about a big Next* mid-season sale are circulating - and while we haven't had it officially confirmed, we reckon it'll kick off in stores and online this Saturday (24 Mar).

These are always popular with MoneySavers, as Next sale items are usually at least 50% off rather than the more common 'up to 50%' you tend to see in sales elsewhere. 

What do we know?

Next sale rumourIt usually starts about this time every year and when a customer @JamesDavid asked on Twitter, Next told him in no uncertain terms the sale starts this weekend - see image.

A source who works at Next also tipped us off about the sale starting on Saturday and MoneySavers told us they have received their VIP invites already.

However, when we asked the Next press office, it went quiet - which is why we're calling this a rumour and not guaranteed. We'll update you here and on Twitter and Facebook as soon as we've more details confirmed.

What's likely to be included?

Based on what we've seen in previous Next sales, we expect to see womenswear, menswear, kidswear and homeware all included. In the last sale, strong discounts included women's tops for £5 (were £18) and men's shorts for £8 (were £18), so we expect to see similar this time.

In the meantime, something to look out for in stores is handwritten codes on clothing tags indicating reduced prices of items set to be included in the sale. We've not yet seen any this time round, but keep an eye out and see our Shopping Secrets guide for what exactly they mean.

Check out the Next sale thread in the MSE Forum to join the discussion.

M&S logoUp to 60% off M&S sale - incl clothes, furniture*Online & in stores. Eg, £25 dress £14, £99 boots £49

While stock lasts

If you go online to M&S* or into a store, you can take advantage of its 'up to 60% off' sale (boosted from 'up to 50% off' on Wed 21 Mar), while stock lasts. Delivery's £3.50 or you can collect in store for free - find your nearest*.

When the sale started (Tue 13 Mar), there were about 2,700 items included on the M&S website, with the majority across women's*, men's* and kids'* clothing, plus a decent number across home* and furniture*. As it's a sale, stock is limited - so go quick if you're after something specific.

Examples of strong discounts we found on Wed 21 Mar include:

M&S told us the sale would be running in most of its stores that sell clothing, home and beauty (not the food-only stores), but obviously what's available will depend on stock.

M&S logoM&S 20% off two pieces of selected furniture*Online & in selected stores. Incl bedroom furniture, sofas etc


If you go online to M&S* or in store, you can get 20% off when you buy two pieces of selected furniture, including bedroom, living room, kitchen, nursery and dining room furniture.

On the M&S website it says delivery's usually free for most furniture items. We've asked M&S for full details on furniture delivery and we'll update you here when we know more.

Add two of the selected items to your basket and the 20% discount will be automatically applied at the checkout. 

We're waiting for M&S to confirm which stores are included and when this offer ends - in the meantime, it might be worth calling ahead before making a special trip.

John Lewis logoJohn Lewis price-matches competitors' sales*Online and in stores. Exact items only


If one of John Lewis's 'unnamed competitors' - such as House of Fraser or Debenhams - is running a sale, you can bet John Lewis* will be price-matching it.

It's all part of its "never knowingly undersold" policy and we've found the best way to find these deals is to go to its offers page*, as there are often hidden discounts John Lewis won't always advertise.

Delivery's £3.50 and click and collect (find your nearest*) costs £2, so do bear that in mind if its competitor offers free click and collect as you may be able to get it cheaper there.

It's worth noting that John Lewis only price matches items that are exactly the same as its competitors, and it's always best to do your own price comparisons before you buy.

The MSE new team recently discovered John Lewis is sometimes "knowingly undersold" (read the full story here) - so make sure you inform it if you do see a product you've already bought there cheaper elsewhere and it should issue you a 'price-match refund'.

Ikea logoIkea free electric car chargingFree charging stations at all UK stores


Ikea free electric car charging

If you drive an electric car, when you visit an Ikea store (find your nearest) you can make use of free electric vehicle charging facilities while you shop. There are multiple charging stations found in the car park of each of its UK stores.

Ikea reckons its 'rapid-charging' units can recharge an electric vehicle, such as a Nissan Leaf or Mitsubishi Outlander, from empty to full within half an hour. It's totally free to use - just drive up to any available charger and plug in.

Next logoNext: MoneySaving tips & tricks*Incl free Click & Collect, checking price tags & haggling tips


There are always ways to save money at Next*, so even if there isn’t a cracking deal out there that works for you, don’t assume you can’t cut your costs further.

Ways to save include:

  • Free Click & Collect. Every online purchase is eligible for free Click & Collect and there's no minimum spend required.

  • Look out for hand-written numbers and letters on price tags. Next shop staff are renowned for writing on price tags before sales. If you spot hand-written markings on a full-price item you want to buy, hold off – it probably means the item’s about to be reduced.

  • Try haggling. We polled 2,518 MoneySavers to find out in which shops hagglers have most success. High street fashion retailers did feature, so it’s worth a go. Find out more in our Haggle on the High Street guide.

  • Check the Clearance page. The Next Clearance* page lists clearance stock from all departments. Stock is limited, so it's worth filtering your searches by product and size.

  • Check out similar retailers, eg, Debenhams. If you're not committed to buying from Next, check out our deals from DebenhamsDorothy PerkinsBHSJohn LewisHouse of FraserVery and Littlewoods, where there may be a better offer.

  • Want more? Find out more shopping tricks in our Shopping Secrets guide.

  • Had a problem with Next? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to Next*.

If you spot any hot deals out there we have missed (we are human after all!), please let us know on Twitter @MSE_Deals or by emailing

Ikea logoIkea offers - Check your local storeDeals vary by location. Find your nearest Ikea below

See website

Ikea doesn't usually offer discount codes, and most of its deals are specific to each store, but you can check what offers your local store is running when you visit the Swedish retailer's site.

Find your nearest Ikea in the list below and click through to see current deals:

Birmingham Central
Birmingham (Wednesbury)
Lakeside (Thurrock)
Manchester (Ashton)
Milton Keynes
Tottenham (Edmonton)
Wembley (Brent Park)
Westfield Stratford City

use the money mantras

Before spending, use Martin's Mantras. If you answer 'NO' to any, Don't buy!

Skint? ask:
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  • Can I afford it?
not skint? ask:
  • Will I use it?
  • Is it worth it?
Section 75

Free protection for all shopping!

There's a little-known piece of legislation that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. 'Section 75' of the Consumer Credit Act means your plastic must protect anything you buy for more than £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust, you can still get your money back.

And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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