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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
We've got a instore shop nearby by but despite searching I've not seen a bargain posted about them.

They seem to be quite big...

http://www.instoreretail.co.uk/
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
as far as i,m aware they are the same as poundstretchers
#2
Arent they the new name for poundstretcher? :)
#3
some places i go to they are still under the name poundstretcher and others are instore!
[mod]#4
We have a lot of deals already listed for them, some good bargains as well :)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/all/all/new?merchant_search=instore&mf=9827&text_only=true
#5
did they not take over the old "what everyone wants" stores.
#6
Wow didn't realise that. They look so different. Thanks for the link sigma :)
banned#7
Instore is usually a collection of small traders in an old shop.
#8
We have a large "instore".. in Walsall, quite cheap stuff
#9
There are a few in leeds - I noticed today a 'PoundStretcer' logo on the basket stand so I guess thats who they used to be!
#10
Instore and Poundstretcher are the same company - the old and the new so to speak. Instore is the new name cos the company thought Poundstretcher sounded too tacky and cheap. Apart from the name the difference between the two are the Instores have had a complete refit and look smarter. From what I could gather the company wanted to change all Poundstretchers to Instores but costs of refits were too high so they just changed the design of the logos on the Poundstretchers and altered the colour from red to purple. :-D
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Pluun
Instore is usually a collection of small traders in an old shop.


I'm wrong, was thinking of "InShops".

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