Best sales of the week: PrettyLittleThing, eBay and Priceline

Posted: 10 April 2019 11:50 am News

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Take 40% off almost everything at PrettyLittleThing, score 20% off on health and beauty at eBay and receive 50% off haircare at Priceline.

April calls for mid-season sales and boy, do we have some good ones for you this week. There is plenty of stores offering massive discounts and savings including Bonds, Dissh and Bed Bath N' Table. But there are definitely some stand-out sales so we recommend you get in quick and start shopping now, because these great savings aren't going to last very long.

Love shopping the latest trends but want to stay within a budget? PrettyLittleThing is the answer. The store is offering 40% off almost everything which is a massive saving on the already affordable clothing. This means you can shop all the hottest trends from Instagram, even if they only last for one season.

Beauty lovers rejoice! eBay, Australia's top online marketplace, is carrying out a massive sale on all things health and beauty. You can score 20% off brands such as Maybelline, Giorgio Armani, Garnier and Revlon. We love shopping at eBay because there is such a good range of high-end and affordable makeup brands so literally anyone can find something to purchase.

Priceline is offering a massive 50% off some of the biggest brands like Kristin Ess, Batiste, OGX and Fudge. One tip we can give you? We highly recommend shopping from Priceline online. When the store has a massive sale like this one, it kind of feels like everyone has lost their marbles. The stores can get pretty packed so it's never been a better time to shop from the comfort of your bed.

Keep reading for all the rest of our best sales for this week. You can also check out the rest of our exclusive deals here. Or, head straight to our deals and discounts hub where you can see a comprehensive list of the Australian sales on now.

Scroll down for the best sales of the week

1. PrettyLittleThing

40% off almost everything.

Ends 15 April.

2. Bonds

40% off clothing and underwear. See the code.

Ends 10 April.

3. eBay

20% off health and beauty products.

Ends 18 April.

4. Priceline

Take 50% off haircare products.

Ends 11 April.

5. Dissh

20% off full-priced clothing. See the code.

Ends 12 April.

6. Surfstitch

25% off new styles. Get the code.

Ends 15 April.

7. Forever New

Take a further 25% off sale. Grab the code.

Ends 17 April.

8. THE ICONIC

20% off 10,000+ items. Get long weekend ready.

Ends 15 April.

9. ASOS

Up to 50% off sale.

Ends 15 April.

10. Zanui

Mid Season Sale – Up to 50% off 20,000+ styles.

Ends 15 April.

11. boohoo

50% off for new customers. See the exclusive code here.

Ends 14 April.

12. Sportitude

Up to 60% off sale.

For a limited time.

13. Dell

Up to 48% off selected performance desktops.

For a limited time.

14. Bed Bath N' Table

Up to 50% off quilt covers, sheet sets, towels and more.

Ends 28 April.

15. David Jones

Up to 50% off Tommy Hilfiger gym and activewear.

Ends soon.

16. Glue Store

Extra 25% off sale styles. Get the code.

Ends very soon.

17. Nasty Gal

Get 50% off everything.

For a limited time.

18. Showpo

10% off orders over $200. See the exclusive code here.

Ends soon.

19. Amazon Australia

Up to 70% off over 250 top-rated Kindle books.

Ends 23 April.

20. Vistaprint

$20 off orders over $60. Get the exclusive code here.

Ends soon.


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