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15 July 2017

The Next sale 2017 starts TODAY! What time do stores open and is it online too?

THE Next Summer Sale 2017 kicks off TODAY – and eager customers are hoping to bag some epic bargains this year.

Here’s everything you need to know about the major UK shopping event and the top tip that will help you identify which items are going to be half price

You’ll be able to grab more than 50 per cent off Next items in the sale this weekend
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When is the Next Summer Sale 2017?

The highly-anticipated discounts event begins TODAY (Saturday, July 15).

Rumours suggests that the sales will last for a week, but this is yet to be officially confirmed.

You can expect to find prices reduced by around 50 per cent or more.

So if you have your eye on something in Next, be sure to check to see if it is available in the sale.

Have shops opened early during the Next Summer Sale?

Some local Next stores opened at 5am – but be sure to double-check your local store’s opening times online.

It’s advisable to arrive at the store earlier  to get ahead of the queue.

Previous events have seen shoppers queuing around the block – so be sure to get there in good time so you don’t miss out on any clothing gems.

Can’t bring yourself to battle the rush? Try checking for deals online
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Is the Next Summer Sale online?

As well as checking for reductions in store, you can look through items online.

Typically, shoppers can find discounts on the official website from around 8am on the same day as the sale launches.

If you plan to tackle the Next sale online, it is worth creating an account in advance.

Put the items you intend to buy in your basket the night before the sale starts.

This way, when you check-out on Saturday, the items will be already reduced in your basket waiting for you.

Was there a way to see if your favourite items are in the sale before the event started?

Items are usually marked by staff in the days before the sale starts and this handwritten scribble is the key to spotting what the discount will be.

The codes are written in pencil on the price tag – such as, B14, G4, OB9 and P7.

Ignore the letters as the number usually relates to the price the items going down to.

Gary Caffell, deals editor at MoneySavingExpert said: “In preparation for sales, staff often scribble numbers or letters on price tags, so if you spot these, it’s worth holding off buying it as it often means the item’s about to be reduced.

“The figure written on the tag is usually the price it will be in the sale and we’ve spotted this widely used at Next, but have also heard that Monsoon and River Island among others do the same, so it’s worth taking a look.

“It’s also worth keeping an eye on store layouts as quite often items are sorted by type just before a sale kicks off.”

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