Sainsbury’s Tu clothing is currently offering 25 per cent off clothes.
Parents will be thrilled to hear this includes school uniforms, which can burn a hole in the pocket.
So how can you benefit from the discounted clothing?
Britons may need to rush as the sale ends soon on Monday (August 19).
Sainsbury’s Tu: Clothing SALE includes 25 per cent off school uniform – how can you get it?
Two school dresses can be snapped up for just £6.75 in the sale.
School uniform items start at £1.12.
What is on offer? A two pack of skirts with permanenet pleats is now £5.25 from £7.
A Jersey Pinafore 2 Pack is now £6 from £8. Girl’s woven trousers are now £4.50 for two from £6.
Three non iron shirts are now £3 from £4.
Sainbury’s school uniform deals
Embroidered Pocket Polo Shirts 3 Pack (3-12 years) – from £4.50, was £6
3 Pack White Stain Resistant Polo Shirts (3-12 years) -from £5.25, was £7
Scalloped Cardigan 2 Pack (3-12 years) – from £4.50, was £6
Crew Neck T-Shirt (3-12 years) – from £1.12, was £1.50
Trousers with Reinforced Knees 2 Pack (3-12 years) – from £5.25, was £7
Long-Sleeved School Shirts 3 Pack (3-16 years) – from £3.37, was £4.50
Unisex White Stain Resistant Polo Shirts 3 Pack (3-16 years) – from £5.25, was £7
V-Neck Jumpers 2 Pack (3-16 years) – from £4.50, was £6
Recently Sainsbury’s issued an urgent recall over allergy safety fears.
Sainsbury’s is recalling Deliciously Free From 4 Fruity Hot Cross Buns by Sainsbury’s because they may contain chocolate chips which are milk free but contain traces of soya which is not declared on the label.
This means the product is a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy to soya.
The recall applies to all of the specified hot cross bun packs with date codes up to and including 16 August 2019.
Sainsbury’s said: “If you have bought the above product and have an allergy to soya, do not eat it.
“Instead, return it to the store from where it was bought for a full refund.”
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