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The best mid-season sales that you can shop right now

Posted: 15 March 2020 8:39 am
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Score 70% off at City Beach, save up to 60% off at General Pants Co. and nab up to 50% off at Nike and adidas.

While summer has ended, it's unlikely to be the last of the warm weather that we see here in Australia. If you missed the opportunity to stock up on summertime gear though, don't stress.

Tons of great stores are currently reducing prices on last season's stock, with sites like City Beach and General Pants Co. even offering up to 70% and up to 60% off respectively.

Other major fashion deals see up to 60% off at Alice McCall, 50% off everything at boohooMAN and 30% off selected styles at Glue Store.

If it's footwear you're after, you can also nab yourself a great deal with up to 50% off at Wittner, up to 50% off at Nike and 30-50% off selected styles at adidas.

Discounts across other categories also see up to 40% off a range of homewares, bedding, electrical and more at David Jones and 40-50% off homewares, manchester, cookware and luggage at Myer.

You can check out all of these sales and more below. Just remember that they won't be around for long, so you'll have to be quick if you want to save yourself some cash.

Top mid-season sales for March 2020

  • City Beach: Up to 70% off
  • General Pants Co.: Up to 60% off
  • Alice McCall: Up to 60% off
  • Zanui: Up to 60% off
  • David Jones: Up to 50% off a range of fashion, shoes and accessories, plus up to 40% off a range of homewares, bedding and electrical
  • Myer: 40-50% off homewares, manchester, cookware and luggage, plus 25-30% off a range of men's and women's clothing, handbags, wallets and accessories
  • Nike: Up to 50% off
  • adidas: 30-50% off selected styles
  • Forever New: Up to 50% off
  • Cotton On: Up to 50% off

For an extensive list of current deals across all categories, you can also check out our deals hub.

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