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Clarks outlet - 75% off and buy one get one free instore £3.50

£3.50 @ Clarks Outlet
I'm so happy - just got shoes for £3.50 a pair at Cheshire Oakes Read More
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I'm so happy - just got shoes for £3.50 a pair at Cheshire Oakes
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17 Likes #1
You buy the left one and get the right one free? ;)

Voted hot btw

Edited By: sazza6969 on Dec 28, 2016 12:31
1 Like #2
sazza6969
You buy the left one and get the right one free? ;)

Voted hot btw


Haha.. I think it means buy one pair get one free.. Heat added ;)
1 Like #3
I paid £3 for a pair of slippers & a pair of wellies on the bogof offer ... can't go wrong at £1.50 per pair!
1 Like #4
Fantastic find OP. I don't have the patience for Cheshire Oaks today though :)
#5
Such a good deal, just wish that there was a Clarks outlet near to where I live.
7 Likes #6
Good luck.


https://i.imgur.com/Y4mKp55.png

Edited By: srw985 on Dec 28, 2016 13:13
1 Like #7
and if you go online to Clarks Outlet then they send your purchases by Hermes, which means a less than evens chance of it arriving. In my case, it was one of their fantasy deliveries on Christmas Eve where the tracking says "Delivered" but the reality was missing/stolen/thrown in a skip - who knows.
1 Like #8
Is it all outlets and was it only kids shoes? Thanks
2 Likes #9
Good luck even getting near Cheshire oaks it's hammered everywhere as been since Boxing Day cause there's only 2 rds into it. Good job it's only a 5 min walk for me.Just to save people a wasted trip a lot of the stuff is the same stuff that was in sales before xmas at same price and the things that are bargains are small or huge sizes n only a few items of each.
#10
And not forgetting good old traffic centre https://s24.postimg.org/81h3tsphh/IMG_9878.png
#11
thanks
#12
not convinced on the "was" price.
1 Like #13
they were more than likely more than the £22 stated at some point..a pair of black clarks or trainers will normally cost between £30-£38 these will be year old stock which would of been around £22 in a outlet store but since they r now £7 and buy 1 get 1 free..they r probably over a year old..but at some point the £22 would of been correct :p
#14
is the link for the outlet? because I only see the shoes at same price as before Christmas
1 Like #15
It's just the outlet instore, I've not put a link to a website. They had loads of pairs - I got some beautiful pink patent 'lights' ones too (they were 2 for £10) - they had adults shoes on offer too but I didn't dare look as my shoe drawers bursting as it is!
1 Like #16
Same deal on york outlet
#17
jpr
and if you go online to Clarks Outlet then they send your purchases by Hermes, which means a less than evens chance of it arriving. In my case, it was one of their fantasy deliveries on Christmas Eve where the tracking says "Delivered" but the reality was missing/stolen/thrown in a skip - who knows.


So pleased to hear it's not just me. Three times I have complained about myHermes leaving parcels in wheelie bins **that have been put out for collection** and then the fourth time I complained it was because they just left the parcel on the ground outside the house in the rain!

Do NOT expect myHermes to take good care of you items, senders.
1 Like #19
Same at junction 32 got two pairs of boys school shoes for £15 for my twins today
1 Like #20
Cheshire oaks is the bain of our lives for the locals, cant even nip out for tea bags because all the roads are gridlocked. Worst designed shopping area i have ever witnessed.
#21
PinkHaven
Cheshire oaks is the bain of our lives for the locals, cant even nip out for tea bags because all the roads are gridlocked. Worst designed shopping area i have ever witnessed.

i worked there for 6 years :( driving from st helens, i must have been mad!
i will never go back...
#22
Nujol
jpr
and if you go online to Clarks Outlet then they send your purchases by Hermes, which means a less than evens chance of it arriving. In my case, it was one of their fantasy deliveries on Christmas Eve where the tracking says "Delivered" but the reality was missing/stolen/thrown in a skip - who knows.


So pleased to hear it's not just me. Three times I have complained about myHermes leaving parcels in wheelie bins **that have been put out for collection** and then the fourth time I complained it was because they just left the parcel on the ground outside the house in the rain!

Do NOT expect myHermes to take good care of you items, senders.


why would you want your items delivered from a company that sounds like a STD
#23
vtec
Nujol
jpr
and if you go online to Clarks Outlet then they send your purchases by Hermes, which means a less than evens chance of it arriving. In my case, it was one of their fantasy deliveries on Christmas Eve where the tracking says "Delivered" but the reality was missing/stolen/thrown in a skip - who knows.
So pleased to hear it's not just me. Three times I have complained about myHermes leaving parcels in wheelie bins **that have been put out for collection** and then the fourth time I complained it was because they just left the parcel on the ground outside the house in the rain!
Do NOT expect myHermes to take good care of you items, senders.
why would you want your items delivered from a company that sounds like a STD
oO

X) Bit like pass the parcel, you wouldn't want to end up it with it! In fact, perhaps myHermes should change their name to Pass the Parcel - actually, my mate just said that's a good name for a delivery company!

Edited By: jnigel26 on Dec 29, 2016 14:49
1 Like #24
CHEERS! Saved £50 on a much needed pair of boots!
#25
jnigel26
vtec
Nujol
jpr
and if you go online to Clarks Outlet then they send your purchases by Hermes, which means a less than evens chance of it arriving. In my case, it was one of their fantasy deliveries on Christmas Eve where the tracking says "Delivered" but the reality was missing/stolen/thrown in a skip - who knows.
So pleased to hear it's not just me. Three times I have complained about myHermes leaving parcels in wheelie bins **that have been put out for collection** and then the fourth time I complained it was because they just left the parcel on the ground outside the house in the rain!
Do NOT expect myHermes to take good care of you items, senders.
why would you want your items delivered from a company that sounds like a STD
oO

X) Bit like pass the parcel, you wouldn't want to end up it with it! In fact, perhaps myHermes should change their name to Pass the Parcel - actually, my mate just said that's a good name for a delivery company!


though it's a nice name it may infer the parcel could end up in anyone's hands like the game lol
#26
same deal in Braintree Clarks Outlet. bought 6 pairs for my 2 kiddies. have some heat.
#27
lpoolm
PinkHaven
Cheshire oaks is the bain of our lives for the locals, cant even nip out for tea bags because all the roads are gridlocked. Worst designed shopping area I have ever witnessed.
I worked there for 6 years :( driving from st Helens, I must have been mad!
I will never go back...
wow, that is an awkward journey - I always feel sorry for the staff trying to get to and from work. The road network is awful around it, limited entrance and exits. Though I have heard they are building another carpark and maybe additional exits etc

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