SAINSBURY’S shoppers can snap up a bargain as the supermarket has launched a 25 per cent off sale on all of its TU clothing.
It’s the chain’s first clothing sale of 2019, with brilliant bargains for all the family.
For a limited time only, shoppers can purchase stylish jackets, hoodies, shoes and even school uniforms with 25 per cent knocked off the price.
Some of the best buys include a ladies animal print rain coat for just £24, a boys blazer for £9 and a mens England rugby hoodie for £18.75.
The discount, which is available both online and in-store, is only available until Monday February 18 while stock lasts, so make sure you don’t miss out.
Sainsbury’s has over 1,000 stores but not all of them will have clothing departments. You can find your nearest using its
store locator tool.
Those who prefer to have their items delivered to their door can do so with a standard free delivery cost of £3.95 or £4.95 for next day delivery.
There’s literally something for everyone:
But to make your life easier, we’ve scoured through all the deals to the find the top buys from all departments:
With a faux fur trimmed hood and rose gold accents, this navy puffy coat is both trendy and warm
This school blazer has been created with durable stain repellent fabric and is really easy to iron
These classic school uniform blouses come in non-iron fabric, making those busy mornings slightly less stressful
This fantastic animal rain coat is both stylish and practical thanks to an added hood and two large front pockets
This Gruffalo costume comes with a hood in the form of the book characters’s head as well as arms and feet with animal claws
This official England Rugby Union team hoodies is great to wear while cheering on the squad or going for a jog
This cosy cardigan with huge bobble hearts decorating its front and sleeves is ideal for chilly days
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