Take advantage of January sales

By Staff Writer
There are currently several sales on the go that claim to offer customers great savings. Justmoney has rounded up some of the best sales on offer and analyses the deals.*
Edgars Red Hanger Sale: This runs from 29 January to 1 February and offers savings on a variety of products.
  • Save up to 30% on ladies Kelso formal wear
  • Save up to 25% on selected branded lingerie
  • Save R200 on selected adult's Guess and Levi's jeans
  • Save R100 on selected adult's Guess, Levi's and Sissy Boy tees and golfers
  • Save 30% on selected adult's Active footwear
  • Save R300 when you buy men's Signature suits (trousers and matching jacket)
The Body ShopThis sale runs until 1 February and offers 50% off selected items, and 20% off of everything else in the store. This excludes promotions, gift sets and already reduced items. Sales items include 50% off of limited edition 750ml shower gels.
Kalahari: The sale ends on 31 January and offers customers up to 60% on a variety of products. Sales products include: audio visual products, games, electronics, books and eBooks, movies, music, photography equipment and accessories, musical instruments, office and stationary products, outdoor products, sport and fitness products, appliances, homeware, beauty products, tools and toys.
Clicks: There are often a selection of products on promotion or sale at Clicks. These promotions run at different times, sometimes with more than one on the go at a time. You can save 30% on selected Accessorize hairdryers and straighteners until 2 February. For a full list of all the products on the promotions visit the Clicks website.
When stores are running sales and promotions it is the perfect time to stock up on those essential items at a bargain price. For example, Clicks is offering a three for two deal on Berocca Performance 10 effervescent tablets for R54,95 per pack. It also give you the opportunity to spoil yourself with that dress you've been eyeing, or that new power tool that you've been wanting to get at a reduced price.
Before purchasing something on sale though, always check to see if you really are benefiting financially and that it's not cheaper somewhere else. Useful tools such as Pricecheck www.pricecheck.co.za can help you compare prices on the go.
*Prices and dates accurate at time of publication 27 January 2015.

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