Best sales of the week: Pretty Little Thing, Jurlique & eBay

Sarah Neate 3 May 2017 NEWS

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May has started and so have the sales.

We love this time of year. May and June are as exciting to a shopaholic as Christmas. With shopping events galore (yes we're looking at you, Click Frenzy and Vogue Online Shopping Night) and then June marking the start of the end of financial year sales, it's a bargain-hunter's dream. What's surprising us this year is that there are great deals around right now. Click Frenzy (the first of the events) starts on 16th May, so historically the couple of weeks just before are often a wasteland for good sales and promo codes - but not this year. We're seeing fast-fashion sites slashing their prices right now - either on select items or sitewide - by up to 50%, in addition to extra savings on already discounted items.

Our favourites this week are 50% off everything at Pretty Little Thing, 50% off dresses at Boohoo and an extra 10% off all sale styles at Missguided.

Read on to find out more about these sales plus many more.

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20% off select full-price styles

Ends 8 May

Boohoo

finder Exclusive: 50% off all dresses

Ends 7 May

Pretty Little Thing

50% off everything

Ends 30 May

Vaniday

$20 off any bookings over $50 + extra 10% cashback (new customers)

Ends 4 May

Jurlique

15% off sitewide

Ends 14 May

Oroton

Up to 70% off outlet

Limited stock

Birdcage Boutique

$30 when you subscribe to the newsletter

For a limited time only.

Extra 10% off sale styles

Ends 5 May

eBay

20% off selected stores for Mother's Day

Ends 4 May

General Pants

Up to 60% off sale.

Only while stocks last.

ASOS

60% off mens big brands

For a limited time only.

StrawberryNET

Up to 70% off Mother's Day Gifts

Ends 30 April


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