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Best deals and discounts this bank holiday weekend

Which? guide to shop sales, deals and discounts

High street and online shops are slashing prices this weekend to tempt bank holiday shoppers.

To help consumers head straight for the bargains, Which? has compiled the latest sales and discounts for some of the biggest high street shops and online retailers.

A range of big name retailers including B&Q, Currys and Argos are all offering special discounts over the spring bank holiday period.

Bank holiday sales and discounts

Argos has a seven day bank holiday sale running until Tuesday 26 May. It’s offering up to £250 off televisions, 30% off lawn mowers and up to 50% off vacuum cleaners, plus many other reduced products.

Visit Currys before Wednesday 27 May and you could take advantage of the retailer’s bank holiday Mega Offers promotion, which includes up to £50 off laptops, £80 off ovens and up to 50% off digital cameras.

You’ll also find 15% off thousands of products at B&Q and 40% off furniture at Marks and Spencer until 26 May.

Clothes shops embracing the bank holiday weekend with sales include My Wardrobe.com, Burton, Debenhams, Evans, Karen Millen and Topshop.

Get the best price on the high street

Consumers can also make sure they find the best prices with Which? Compare – our free price comparison website which could save you hundreds of pounds.

Those looking for a bargain can also check out the and expert tips on .

For cut price deals, finding and buying discounted products can guide you to the internet sites that manufacturers and retailers use to sell off end-of-line, ex-display and customer returned stock. 

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