Major retailer launches huge closing down sale with prices starting from just £1

A MAJOR retailer has launched a huge closing down sale – and prices start from just £1.

The New Look Middlesborough branch is reportedly shutting up shop for good on July 8.

New Look’s branch in Middlesborough has launched a massive closing down saleCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group
Shoppers can be seen scrambling among rails and rails of items reduced in priceCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group

A shopper posted photos of the sale on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group and one shows a number of items slashed in price.

The branch is selling dresses for £7, tops for £3, jeans and shoes for £5, knitwear for £7 and jewellery from just £1.

The post reads: “New Look in Middlesbrough! Just look at them (sic) prices.”

The post has been liked over 500 times with hundreds commenting too.

One shopper said: “I went in yesterday, queue for the tills was literally out the door.”

Meanwhile, a second shopper simply said: “Road trip.”

It comes after New Look already pulled down the shutters on seven stores so far this year.

In January, it closed four branches in Birmingham, Trowbridge and Coventry.

Meanwhile, it closed one branch in Walthamstow, London, in February, one more in Bangor, Wales, in June and its branch in the Newlands Shopping Centre, Witham, in May.

Its store in Teesside Retail Park, Stockton-on-Tees, is shutting up shop for good on July 7 too, Teesside Live reported.

It’s not all bad news for the retailer though – in November last year it opened several shops across the UK.

What other retailers are closing stores in July?

A number of retailers have already closed dozens of stores between them in 2023, with more planned for July.

Supermarket chain Iceland has already pulled down the shutters on more than half a dozen shops this year.

But the retailer is also making one further closure in July too – its St David’s Place branch in Swansea City Centre on July 29.

Its store in Birkenhead is closing on September 16 as well.

Meanwhile, Argos and Habitat are closing four stores between them in July.

Banks and building societies have dozens of branches earmarked for closure this month too.

Barclays is closing 33 branches, while NatWest is pulling down the shutters on 23 and Lloyds is closing nine.

Meanwhile, Halifax is shutting two branches and HSBC 27.

In other news, B&M shoppers have been rushing to buy a “bargain” household essential scanning at the till for £1 instead of £25.

Plus, a shopping expert has revealed the items to always buy at Sainsbury’s and the ones to avoid.

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