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Find the UK's top sales and offers from high street brands. Discover the latest reductions and save money. The best sales on at the moment from Next, Boots, M&S, Sainsbury's, John Lewis, Debenhams, House of Fraser, H&M, Topshop and more. Here on this dedicated page, members of the Latest Deals community share information to help you. Popular categories include women's clothing sales, men's clothing sales as well as Boxing Day and Summer sales.

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Funko Pop Sale at EMP!
Funko Pop Sale at EMP!
EMP funko pop sale buy 1 for 10% off, buy 2 for 15% off and buy 3 to get 20% off. EVERYTHING MUST GO! Only while stocks last! *Only redeemable online on a selected range. Cannot... Read more
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Sports Direct Sale
Golddigga Ladies Jeggings Dress on style as well as comfort in with these Golddigga ladies jeggings with their super soft elasticated fabric they will move freely as you move... Read more
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13th Nov
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Sports Direct Sale
Sondico Venata Shinguard The Sondico Venata Shinguard are designed to fit the anatomical form of the leg to ensure maximum comfort and support at all times whilst playing and... Read more
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13th Nov
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Find Sales - Top UK Sales and Offers

If you want to know when a UK high street brand is having a sale, you're on the right page. Throughout the year most retailers have multiple periods of discounts. As Tom wrote on TopCashback, brands know most of what they flog is during sales. Therefore, they price that discount into the product. If you're buying at full price you're paying more than the average Joe, more even that the brands themselves think you'll be willing to pay. Remember the cardinal rule of Deal Hunting: NBFP - Never Buy Full Price. Wait for the sales to make any purchase as this is the surest way to not over pay.

Which popular brands have regular sales?

You can find what UK sales are on by browsing this page. Alternatively, each retailer has its own page on Latest Deals. Use the links in the list above to navigate to each of their pages.

Alternatively, as in the screenshot below, you can search for the name of the brand and use the auto-suggestions to click on the retailer you wish to visit:


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Here on the individual retailer pages you will find out whether they have a sale running or not, plus the latest deals that LD members have posted (found one yourself? Please share it).

This is a great way to check on whether your favourite UK high street brands are running sales.

How to code stack to save even more money

Deal hunters know that a general sale is nothing special. In fact, many take a discount of 50% as the norm. In other words they will not buy anything that's not reduced at least half price. For these hardcore deal hunters, they're looking for a deal upon the deal. 50% off the 50%.

Once you've found a sale, for example the Boots 70% Off Sale in February, you then want to look for how you can save even more money on top.

This may be with a voucher code, or by stacking deals on top.

On every retailer's page (as per the screenshot above) there's a voucher page. These list the latest and best voucher codes for every brand. For example, 10% off at Boots for new customers.

With these vouchers you can add an extra saving on top of the sale promotion. However, you'll need to check the terms and conditions of each promotion as sometimes they vary.

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How to predict when brands are about to have a sale

Boots has a big 70% off sale every February. Amazon has Amazon Prime Day in July. Currys has a massive Bank Holiday sale in March.

As Tom wrote in The Sun, one way to work out when a brand is going to have a sale is to see what they did last year. Often brands stick to the same pattern. This is because A) there are consumer cycles and at certain times of the year customers expect a sale, B) it's when their competitors are having a sale, and C) it's easier to stick to the same schedule each year.

Having a browse on the retailer deal pages and here on this sale page, you can find sales by working out when they started in the previous years. Plus, it's always worth asking in our Chat section as plenty of our members work in the shops.