FINAL CLEARANCE - TK  MAXX
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FINAL CLEARANCE - TK MAXX

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Found 19th Jan 2014
TK Maxx have started their final clearance 2 weeks ago and this is the final week with stock getting reduced again today then every other day after that !

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Good call. The problem is that their starting prices are basically fictitious and therefore reductions are questionable. To be fair they are not alone on the High Street when it comes to erratic pricing.

Is this instore as well?

Agreed about the prices. However if you apply a bit of common sense you'll be able to work out whether or not you're getting a bargain.

HUBBATWO

Good call. The problem is that their starting prices are basically … Good call. The problem is that their starting prices are basically fictitious and therefore reductions are questionable. To be fair they are not alone on the High Street when it comes to erratic pricing.


You mean they're a bunch of lying toads. No other shop on the high street does it to the same extent.

tizzyone

http://www.channel4.com/info/press/news/c4-dispatches-unwraps-concerns-about-pricing-and-labelling-at-tk-maxx



The lesson being ignore the brand and rrp and only buy if you are happy with the price and quality. All famous brands inflate their prices although they are mostly made by the same child/slave labour as cheap brands, often using exactly the same materials.

errrr2

The lesson being ignore the brand and rrp and only buy if you are happy … The lesson being ignore the brand and rrp and only buy if you are happy with the price and quality. All famous brands inflate their prices although they are mostly made by the same child/slave labour as cheap brands, often using exactly the same materials.



You've seen that for yourself than have you? Toured the far east and visited factories. Any other useful nuggets to share with us? Don't tell me all toothpastes are the same or that everlasting gobstoppers are actually not really everlasting.

The worst shop for over inflating the R.R.P has to be Sports direct !

[quote=rcn206]Agreed about the prices. However if you apply a bit of common sense you'll be able to work out whether or not you're getting a bargain.[/qote]

possibly the best comment I have read on here...pmsl.

final clearance has nothing to do with RRP's the stock is reduced against the original selling price within tk maxx your going to find around 50% to 90% off in final clearance against the "our price" and better yet unlike other shops (Tesco! made the chest of draws I wanted full price again when it was in the clearance!) if it doesn't sell for 20p it goes to charity because they simply want the retail space back for new good's.

If it's anything like the 3 stores near me there's hardly any yellow ticket items left and what is there is broken, has holes, non working zips or is missing pieces.
Waste of time, the good stuff went a couple of weeks ago!

Only garbage left! Not worth anything!

to be honest last year I managed to get a £169 dress (from reiss so it would have cost that much in the first place) for £7 (was originally in tkmaxx for like £40) and the dress is amazing! you can find steals in there youve just gotta look hard enough

reakt

You mean they're a bunch of lying toads. No other shop on the high … You mean they're a bunch of lying toads. No other shop on the high street does it to the same extent.



I and alot of the people in my group/family/friends avoid this shop like the plague.
Everything looks tatty and prices are hyped.
Can never find what you are looking for in the section its meant to be in.

Some great bargains to be had if you apply a bit of common sense about the original rrps. Only today I got a pair of all saints boots with genuine Rrp £155 (I have seen them in all saints at that price) with tk maxx price of £64.99 (which i almost bought them at 2 weeks ago), yellow stickered today at £14 - oh what a happy bunny I was!!!

If you are savvy, know your brands well and have patience to sift through lots of clothes, then TK Maxx can offer some great bargains.

I prefer to shop here than many other stores as I find some of my fav brands that are normally really expensive like Energie, Humor and All Saints for example, can be found really cheap.

Then there's all the home stuff and accessories too. Just have to understand the brands, have realistic expectations of prices and have some patience.

The yellow sticker clearances (the double and triple yellow stickers even better!) can be great if you just sift through everything. Always worth a look in my opinion!

This was on HUKD quite recently ("yellow sticker sale" alert) but reporting back anyway
Today, I got: wolsey.com/Pro…zer for £11
A French Connection suit jacket for £10 (blue)
An Osprey crossbody shoulder bag for £19: http://i1092.photobucket.com/albums/i408/lushlabels/2013%20May/IMG_2520_zps5ca15fbc.jpg
Mountrek rain boots (with 200g Primaloft lining, waterproof) for £7 zappos.com/ima…jpg also on here: http://www.amazon.com/Mountrek-Womens-Lisa-Waterproof-Black/dp/B004ITVU7Q/ref=sr_1_22/181-7049995-6837950?s=shoes&ie=UTF8&qid=1390348076&sr=1-22

Typically, I couldn't find anything for myself!!

PS: As for the Channel 4 programme (which I watched), I have no doubt TK Maxx sell their own TJ Maxx-owned brands, and maybe even "diffusion" clothing from some designers, but I can tell you the items I got, versus the online equivalents at the higher prices, are identical. I don't see anything has been skimped with the material or stitching, nor are they seconds.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 22nd Jan 2014

Got this Revell model kit today, boxed, sealed, for £3. RRP £49.99, in fact all the stated RRPs on the items I have, I've been able to verify elsewhere. The Wolsey jacket, for example, says RRP £199, and says the same on their website.

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Edited by: "louiselouise" 22nd Jan 2014

http://www.tkmaxx.com/view-all-mens-new-in/black-wool-two-piece-suit/invt/23567642&bklist=icat,4,shop,99,9932
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Black Wool Two Piece Suit

Black two piece suit containing a blazer and trousers. The blazer jacket features external pockets, button fastening and lycra lapels. The unhemmed trousers have a black lining patterned down each side.

54% Polyester, 44% Wool, 2% Elastane. Dry clean only.

£22.00£79.99
RRP £145.00
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