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Shops Have Started Their Sales

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Debenhams, M&S, Fatface, Boden - to name but a few - have all just started sales. Usually these come towards the end of October.

Looks like they are trying to get in early.

At they fearing a bad Christmas?

Edit:

Left out the ?

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Debenhams, M&S, Fatface, Boden - to name but a few - have all just started sales. Usually these come towards the end of October.

Looks like they are trying to get in early.

At they fearing a bad Christmas?

Edit:

Left out the ?

In recent years we seem to get lots of gloomy retail forecasts in the lead up, followed by 'record sales' headlines in the aftermath.

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All shops have adopted the dfs marketing strategy.

Assume 50% off is the normal price and value accordingly.

If there is no sale on - you paid too much!

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All shops have adopted the dfs marketing strategy.

Assume 50% off is the normal price and value accordingly.

If there is no sale on - you paid too much!

Exactly the vast majority of sales are fake to get people through the door.

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Debenhams, M&S, Fatface, Boden - to name but a few - have all just started sales. Usually these come towards the end of October.

Looks like they are trying to get in early.

At they fearing a bad Christmas?

Edit:

Left out the ?

You mean trying to get in early to get their hands on peoples Christmas savings money, otherwise there may not be much left or credit left at the end of the year for the boxing day/new year sales. ;)

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