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Asos up to 50% Sale starts today!
Asos up to 50% Sale starts today!

Asos up to 50% Sale starts today!

Just had a quick browse through their new up to 50% sale which starts today, and most of the stuff seems over 50%, so some great bargains out there.

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Damn just too late

All last years and the year befores stock in the T-shirts though They havent changed their stuff in aaaages...

Voted hot still!

This is a terrible sale. I was worried that the items I ordered yesterday would have been massively reduced, but it seems hardly anything has been, and half of the reductions have already been in place for weeks.

Cold.

Edit:
Scratch all this, there are massive savings on boxers. My apologies.

didnt see any good deals. any1 ?

the skirts are cheap, not much else hot though :-D

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Tops are great, cheers

ASOS are turning into a right bunch of tight wads... got the 'sale' email myself this morning, so I clicked on and it's all the same tatt they've had on for ages... and they rarely have any decent discount codes!!!!
Not worth the effort :x

Ordered two tops and a pair of jeans for £22 delivered, so hot from me.

Although in my email I received from ASOS it said "up to 50% off and free delivery" - I presume this is just the normal £75 and over deal and not free delivery on everything? No mention of a spending limit in the email though.

Sheriff Waffles;5643994

ASOS are turning into a right bunch of tight wads... got the 'sale' email … ASOS are turning into a right bunch of tight wads... got the 'sale' email myself this morning, so I clicked on and it's all the same tatt they've had on for ages... and they rarely have any decent discount codes!!!!Not worth the effort :x

I'm not surprised, their NET profit last year was just over 5m, on £81m turnover, thats an appaling (IMO) 6.17%. The 'standard' markup on clothing is in excess of 50%, they aren't operating efficiently enough to offer decent discount codes!

I'm not surprised, their NET profit last year was just over 5m, on £81m … I'm not surprised, their NET profit last year was just over 5m, on £81m turnover, thats an appaling (IMO) 6.17%. The 'standard' markup on clothing is in excess of 50%, they aren't operating efficiently enough to offer decent discount codes!



How do you know that?

cubensis;5645274

How do you know that?

They are a PLC so have to publish annual reports :thumbsup:
asosplc.com/

Great sale IMO! 2 pairs of shoes and a belt for £15. BARGAIN.

I was going to buy a t-shirt from asos last week for £7. Now its £4! Bargain! :thumbsup:

mooncat;5644862

I'm not surprised, their NET profit last year was just over 5m, on £81m … I'm not surprised, their NET profit last year was just over 5m, on £81m turnover, thats an appaling (IMO) 6.17%. The 'standard' markup on clothing is in excess of 50%, they aren't operating efficiently enough to offer decent discount codes!



If you look their revenue and gross profit it's 165M to 71M so very close to your 50% "markup". (Year 2008/2009)

Operating profit is very different to markup. They made 13M from the 165M revenue. That's ok compared to my sector of construction that often operates as low as 3%

Considering retail had a terrible second half year they haven't done too badly at all.

a 50% sale is always worth heat, shame i can only find one thing i like in my size
if i could find something else i may order it

buying one thing is not worth the delivery charge

I bought things yesterday before 6 pm and it came to over £100 so I qualified for free delivery but just got an email saying
"I am very sorry to advise that unfortunately due to a late trailer from Parcelforce your parcel was delayed and will not be delivered until 06/07/09. "
thats 3 days later than it should have arrived which is quite annoying for next day delivery!
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