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  • Up to 70% off second-hand Next, M&S, Zara and more clothing

    Up to 70% off second-hand Next, M&S, Zara and more clothing

    Prices from £2.90 on 40,000+ women's and men's fashion items. Delivery's from £6

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    Online second-hand retailer Thrift+ is having an 'up to 70% off' sale on 40,000+ mostly women's fashion items until 11.59pm on Monday 27 November. When we checked, items started at £2.90 and we've spotted brands such as Zara, Next, M&S and other high-street favourites, as well as 'designer' labels.

    The sale includes clothing, shoes, bags, and other accessories such as scarves so it could be a cheaper way to kit out for winter. It's worth noting there are considerably more options in the women's section.

    Items started at a cheaper £1.50 in its previous sale we featured earlier this year. When we checked, we spotted some brand-new items with tags, but do make sure to study the photos and make note of any listed imperfections.

    Delivery is £5.95 for England, Scotland and Wales, or a steep £9.95 for Northern Ireland. If you've got your eyes on £50 or more of items, it's free – but don't use this as an excuse to purchase more than you need.

    Thrift+ is popular with MoneySavers and has a Trustpilot rating of 4.8 out of 5 from 6,900+ reviews, with most positive reviews coming from people buying on the site. Thrift+ allows people to send in their unwanted clothes which it then sells for credits, but the deal we're featuring here is all about buying.

    What condition are the items in? 

    Thrift+ says it checks the quality of each item and gives it an overall condition rating ('Good' for example) which you can see on the product page. If the item has issues, such as marks or loose threads, this will also be listed in the item description under 'Defects'.

    MSE Rhiannon says:

    Thrift+ has increased its delivery charges to £5.95+ (previously from £3.95), so it's worth making sure you're saving £6 or more on your chosen items before buying. Of course, it's probably not worth it to buy one £3 item when you factor in delivery, but don't use this as an excuse to overspend.

    As with all thrift or charity shopping experiences, you'll need to check condition, sizing, and price before you buy. Thrift+ allows you to filter cheapest items first, which is a bonus for bargain-hunters. However, don't assume that even with the up to 80% off sale that Thrift+ prices will be the best. Check other second-hand marketplaces such as Vinted and eBay* to make sure it's really a bargain before buying.

  • Up to 80% off second-hand Next, M&S, Zara and more clothing

    Up to 80% off second-hand Next, M&S, Zara and more clothing

    Prices from £3 on 100,000+ women's and men's fashion items. Delivery's from £6

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    Online second-hand retailer Thrift+ is having an 'up to 80% off' sale on 100,000+ women's and men's fashion items until 11.59pm on Friday 1 September. When we checked, items started at £3 and we've spotted brands such as Zara, Next, M&S and other high-street favourites, as well as 'designer' labels.

    The sale includes clothing, shoes, bags, and other accessories such as sunglasses or scarves so it could be a cheaper way to kit out for a holiday in the sun (or snow?). It's worth noting there are considerably more options in the women's section.

    Items started at a cheaper £1.50 in its previous sale we featured earlier this year, but Thrift+ says many items in this sale are of 'higher quality'. When we checked, we spotted more brand-new items with tags, but do make sure to study the photos and make note of any listed imperfections.

    Delivery is £5.95 for England, Scotland and Wales, or a steep £9.95 for Northern Ireland. If you've got your eyes on £50 or more of items, it's free – but don't use this as an excuse to purchase more than you need.

    Thrift+ is popular with MoneySavers and has a Trustpilot rating of 4.7 out of 5 from 5,800+ reviews, with most positive reviews coming from people buying on the site. Thrift+ allows people to send in their unwanted clothes which it then sells for credits, but the deal we're featuring here is all about buying.

    What condition are the items in? 

    Thrift+ says it checks the quality of each item and gives it an overall condition rating ('Good' for example) which you can see on the product page. If the item has issues, such as marks or loose threads, this will also be listed in the item description under 'Defects'.

    MSE Rhiannon says:

    Thrift+ has recently increased its delivery charges to £5.95+ (previously from £3.95), so it's worth making sure you're saving £6 or more on your chosen items before buying. Of course, it's probably not worth it to buy one £3 item when you factor in delivery, but don't use this as an excuse to overspend.

    As with all thrift or charity shopping experiences, you'll need to check condition, sizing, and price before you buy. Thrift+ allows you to filter cheapest items first, which is a bonus for bargain-hunters. However, don't assume that even with the up to 80% off sale that Thrift+ prices will be the best. Check other second-hand marketplaces such as Vinted and eBay* to make sure it's really a bargain before buying.