A MAJOR retailer has launched a huge sale – and prices start from just £1.
The New Look Middlesborough branch is expected to close permanently on July 8.
A shopper posted a photo of the sale on Facebook Group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK and one shows some discounted items.
The branch is selling dresses for £7, shirts for £3, jeans and shoes for £5, knitwear for £7 and jewelry from just £1.
The post read: “New look in Middlesbrough! Just look at their (sic) prices.”
The post has been liked more than 500 times with hundreds of comments.
One shopper said: “I went yesterday, the checkout queue was really out the door.”
Meanwhile, a second shopper simply said, “Road trip.”
It comes after New Look has closed seven stores so far this year.
In January, it closed four branches in Birmingham, Trowbridge and Coventry.
Meanwhile, it closed a branch in Walthamstow, London in February, added a branch in Bangor, Wales in June and a branch in Newlands Shopping Centre, Witham in May.
Its store in Teesside Retail Park, Stockton-on-Tees, will also close on July 7. Teesside Live narration.
It’s not all bad news for the retailer, however – last November it opened several stores across the UK.
What other retailers are closing stores in July?
Some retailers have closed dozens of stores between them by 2023, with more planned in July.
The Icelandic supermarket chain has closed more than half a dozen stores this year.
But the retailer will also close one more time in July – the St David’s Place branch in Swansea City Center on July 29.
Its store in Birkenhead will also close on September 16.
Meanwhile, Argos and Habitat will close four stores between them in July.
Banks and construction associations also have dozens of branches set to close this month.
Barclays is closing 33 branches, while NatWest is closing 23 and Lloyds is closing 9.
Meanwhile, Halifax is closing two branches and HSBC 27.
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