Although Christmas is only around the corner, now is the perfect time to think about the sales which will start on Boxing Day!For a successful sale shopping trip I recommend the following tips:1. Take a look inside your wardrobe and work out …
I love sale shopping, but I don't go until the last week. This means I don't know what I've missed, I don't watch things obsessively, and so have fewer regrets. When everything is 70% or 80% off, it might be luck of the draw, but that's part of the game. My best score was a skirt which was 90% off at . It was a size too big, but I got it altered and now wear it all the time. With a certain sense of smugness, I must admit.
You get a continental breakfast delivered to your room each morning, giving you enough energy to hit the shops. There’s a £50 Harrods voucher to get your sales shopping started. And when you return with your purchases, you can sit down to a complimentary afternoon cream tea with homemade scones, strawberry jam and clotted cream before mixing yourself a drink with the free open bar. There’s also free WiFi access so you can do a little online research to decide what to buy the following day.
The online sale shopping doesn’t come as a wise shopping method for all products . For example you might be eyeing a set of audio books and the sale might seem like a golden opportunity to buy one . But don’t ! It’s practically useless . Sale deals and discounts though apply for many goods , it’s not a good decision to delve on all .