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Just posted the same deal. Just been in store and it's chaos but great deals.
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Royal Quays - North Shields?
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Joeaddo21/09/2019 14:37

Just posted the same deal. Just been in store and it's chaos but great …Just posted the same deal. Just been in store and it's chaos but great deals.


I was there at around 10 when they got the go ahead to discount to 50% from head office and it was dead. The word must have spread as 20 minutes later it got busy, some guy bought £500 worth of trainers!
Boisterous21/09/2019 15:17

I was there at around 10 when they got the go ahead to discount to 50% …I was there at around 10 when they got the go ahead to discount to 50% from head office and it was dead. The word must have spread as 20 minutes later it got busy, some guy bought £500 worth of trainers!


Money to be made if you can be bothered.
It's a pity that this store is closing down, I hope they move down the A19 to Dalton Park. Royals Quays is only a short drive from where I live but I find that Dalton Park is better to visit as I like the Adidas store, Levi's, and it has a Starbucks. Royal Quays seems to have a habit of losing interesting stores from it, there can be quite a high turnover of retailers there. When you go to somewhere like MacArthur Glen in York or Cheshire Oaks you realise how much the North East lacks one really nice big outlet village.
Edited by: "Haircut_100" 21st Sep 2019
Haircut_10021/09/2019 18:08

It's a pity that this store is closing down, I hope they move down the A19 …It's a pity that this store is closing down, I hope they move down the A19 to Dalton Park. Royals Quays is only a short drive from where I live but I find that Dalton Park is better to visit as I like the Adidas store, Levi's, and it has a Starbucks. Royal Quays seems to have a habit of losing interesting stores from it, there can be quite a high turnover of retailers there. When you go to somewhere like MacArthur Glen in York or Cheshire Oaks you realise how much the North East lacks one really nice big outlet village.



Yes. I too live not too far from Royal Quays. But your absolutely right Dalton Park Sunderland is far better, and better run which is no surprise with the braindead Smith's Park zombie hoodie faeces brains raiding the place nightly, at least Dalton Park is too far for equivalent down there to walk to, to vandalise and thieve
Edited by: "PhilK" 21st Sep 2019
Haircut_10021/09/2019 18:08

It's a pity that this store is closing down, I hope they move down the A19 …It's a pity that this store is closing down, I hope they move down the A19 to Dalton Park. Royals Quays is only a short drive from where I live but I find that Dalton Park is better to visit as I like the Adidas store, Levi's, and it has a Starbucks. Royal Quays seems to have a habit of losing interesting stores from it, there can be quite a high turnover of retailers there. When you go to somewhere like MacArthur Glen in York or Cheshire Oaks you realise how much the North East lacks one really nice big outlet village.


I agree. There is also a store in Durham at the Arniston Centre, bit of a drive but worth it.

The Shop at Royal Quays looked like end of the world stuff, behaviour of some people. Total disregard for the staff, boxes strewn allover the place.
Haircut_10021/09/2019 18:08

It's a pity that this store is closing down, I hope they move down the A19 …It's a pity that this store is closing down, I hope they move down the A19 to Dalton Park. Royals Quays is only a short drive from where I live but I find that Dalton Park is better to visit as I like the Adidas store, Levi's, and it has a Starbucks. Royal Quays seems to have a habit of losing interesting stores from it, there can be quite a high turnover of retailers there. When you go to somewhere like MacArthur Glen in York or Cheshire Oaks you realise how much the North East lacks one really nice big outlet village.


I would think thats unlikely as Nike pulled out of Dalton Park around 18/24 months ago. You won't be seeing Adidas either as they closed a couple of weeks ago, or at least were closed when I went down twice.

Being honest, I don't know how shops stay open in either place, Dalton Park is horrendous during the week for footfall, you wouldn't believe how little shops can take there, especially during the quiet months, one retailer who had a 3 unit shop there a few years ago, for a week in January, took under £50 a day, and twice was in minus figures due to doing a couple of Xmas present refunds. But they would take under £250 a day regularly all year round. Weekends, especially bank holiday ones, would be decent usually, but you can't survive on 2 days decent trading when you are open 7.

I had a shop there a while ago, which did ok, but we were only in for the 6 month up to Xmas as we knew what trading for the other 6 months were like. We also looked at Royal Quays, but everyone we spoke to said it was worse. Was quite surprised Nike pulled out of DP first!

I went to Nike about 5pm this evening, it was carnage, stuff tossed all over the place, like seriously, can people not be a little respectful and put stuff back where they got it from instead of just dumping it in the middle of the floor ffs.

I was chatting to the girl who served me and she said they might not open tomorrow, depending on what stocks left (which didn't look to be much), so maybe give them a ring before travelling if anyone is only going tomorrow for Nike.
Edited by: "julieallen" 21st Sep 2019
I really don't recall Nike ever being at Dalton Park. Whereabouts was it located in there? That's a real pity if Adidas has closed, I love that shop, they have some great "seize the day" clearance specials in there. At least Dalton Park has a cinema and some restaurants in the complex, Royal Quays really does feel a little bit bleak when you walk around it and every other shop is vacant. But some of the stores there though, you wonder how they even thought it was a good idea in the first place to open up, I remember the F1 memorabilia store that was there near Gap a couple of years back, I can imagine that they went days without making a single sale there.
Edited by: "Haircut_100" 21st Sep 2019
Haircut_10021/09/2019 20:57

I really don't recall Nike ever being at Dalton Park. Whereabouts was it …I really don't recall Nike ever being at Dalton Park. Whereabouts was it located in there? That's a real pity if Adidas has closed, I love that shop, they have some great "seize the day" clearance specials in there. At least Dalton Park has a cinema and some restaurants in the complex, Royal Quays really does feel a little bit bleak when you walk around it and every other shop is vacant. But some of the stores there though, you wonder how they even thought it was a good idea in the first place to open up, I remember the F1 memorabilia store that was there near Gap a couple of years back, I can imagine that they went days without making a single sale there.


The Nike shop was a couple of doors up from the New Balance shop.

Just asked someone who still works down there about Adidas and they say they think it was getting refurbished, but they have been on holiday for 2 weeks, so aren't 100% sure, so it might still be there I'll be down Monday or Tuesday so will have a look then
Edit: just had a quick google and it seems Nike closed in around 2013, doesn't time fly!
Edited by: "julieallen" 21st Sep 2019
PhilK21/09/2019 18:57

Yes. I too live not too far from Royal Quays. But your absolutely right …Yes. I too live not too far from Royal Quays. But your absolutely right Dalton Park Sunderland is far better, and better run which is no surprise with the braindead Smith's Park zombie hoodie faeces brains raiding the place nightly, at least Dalton Park is too far for equivalent down there to walk to, to vandalise and thieve


Dalton Park is right next to one of the worst housing estates in the north lol, Murton!
The security at Dalton Park is top notch though, every inch is covered by good quality CCTV, and all the car parks, approach roads, and the area behind it. Obviously can't be sure now, but they used to stop a lot of people coming in from round the back, and used to pretty much every week get threatened with knives and suchlike.
Thanks for sharing.
What were the discount like. I know you said 50% off but was that off already heavily discounted stock?
Did anyone go and get anything?
I’m just been nosy
myusernamehasgone23421/09/2019 22:02

Thanks for sharing. What were the discount like. I know you said 50% …Thanks for sharing. What were the discount like. I know you said 50% off but was that off already heavily discounted stock?Did anyone go and get anything?I’m just been nosy


The 50% was off everything store wide
Some stuff was pretty ok priced to start with but other stuff isn't much less you can buy it from the shops for (before the 50%)
I got a pair of air max for £23 that seem to be selling around £50-70 everywhere, a pair of suede type trainers for £15 (about £48 online) a pair of womens downshifter 7's for £15, and a couple of packs of socks for £3.50 a pack (of 3).
The adidas shop dalton park re opened 2 weeks ago and is really smart-no seize the day stuff yet tho
julieallen21/09/2019 22:15

The 50% was off everything store wideSome stuff was pretty ok priced to …The 50% was off everything store wideSome stuff was pretty ok priced to start with but other stuff isn't much less you can buy it from the shops for (before the 50%)I got a pair of air max for £23 that seem to be selling around £50-70 everywhere, a pair of suede type trainers for £15 (about £48 online) a pair of womens downshifter 7's for £15, and a couple of packs of socks for £3.50 a pack (of 3).


Thanks for that.

Looks like some good savings to be had.
I'm in two minds if I should go this morning to see if there are any deals! I'm only after a couple of pairs of trainers and some sweatshirts. Never been to the Royal Quays for a good 10 years.
Toon_army22/09/2019 05:36

I'm in two minds if I should go this morning to see if there are any …I'm in two minds if I should go this morning to see if there are any deals! I'm only after a couple of pairs of trainers and some sweatshirts. Never been to the Royal Quays for a good 10 years.


What size are you, I was looking for 4 people, so have an idea of what was left on the shop floor last night 10 mins before closing.
Very little left in mens 9/9.5, by very little I mean the odd pair in about 3 styles. They did have quite a few Nike Air Pro originally priced up at £96.
Size 7 and to an extent 8 in mens were much better (ie pretty much everything I looked at were them haha), and a few more in 10+
Womens, you will struggle to find anything in a 6/6.5.
There seemed to be quite a bit in 1-3.5 both male and female (more male though)
Nothing for young girls between about UK 11-13 (had 6 year old granddaughter with me and couldn't find a thing for her.
There were quite a few toddlers sizes/styles.

Clothing, hardly anything left of anything, no kids stuff at all.
Nothing at all from what I could find in a womens size 6, very little of anything else in womens either though
Mens was more, but was limited to a lot of some stuff - like over priced red or blue hoodies, racks of them, and some t-shirts, but not ones you would probably pay full price for. Some jogging suit zipped hoodies in grey which were ok.

I don't know what stock was out the back though, but the girl saying they were n't sure if they would be opening today, or at least not for very long, suggests they didn't have mountains out the back.

If you go I would get there for opening, apart from anything else, to avoid the queues, the girl I spoke to said they had queues of over 30 mins to get served more than once yesterday, and that was with an extra 3 or 4 people around the store taking payments on portable card machines, on top of the normal tills!
Also double check the sizes, the big size on the box is US, make sure you look for the smaller UK on to the right of it.
julieallen22/09/2019 06:27

What size are you, I was looking for 4 people, so have an idea of what was …What size are you, I was looking for 4 people, so have an idea of what was left on the shop floor last night 10 mins before closing.Very little left in mens 9/9.5, by very little I mean the odd pair in about 3 styles. They did have quite a few Nike Air Pro originally priced up at £96.Size 7 and to an extent 8 in mens were much better (ie pretty much everything I looked at were them haha), and a few more in 10+Womens, you will struggle to find anything in a 6/6.5.There seemed to be quite a bit in 1-3.5 both male and female (more male though)Nothing for young girls between about UK 11-13 (had 6 year old granddaughter with me and couldn't find a thing for her.There were quite a few toddlers sizes/styles.Clothing, hardly anything left of anything, no kids stuff at all. Nothing at all from what I could find in a womens size 6, very little of anything else in womens either thoughMens was more, but was limited to a lot of some stuff - like over priced red or blue hoodies, racks of them, and some t-shirts, but not ones you would probably pay full price for. Some jogging suit zipped hoodies in grey which were ok.I don't know what stock was out the back though, but the girl saying they were n't sure if they would be opening today, or at least not for very long, suggests they didn't have mountains out the back.If you go I would get there for opening, apart from anything else, to avoid the queues, the girl I spoke to said they had queues of over 30 mins to get served more than once yesterday, and that was with an extra 3 or 4 people around the store taking payments on portable card machines, on top of the normal tills!Also double check the sizes, the big size on the box is US, make sure you look for the smaller UK on to the right of it.


Thanks for all that, I'll just give them a miss then. I thought they wouldn't have much left to be honest, I wasn't in desperate need but I'd of taken a look if there was still plenty stock.
I've only got small feet size 7 so shops are a hit and miss for me.
I'm off to the York Outlet this week so I'll just get something there 'if' they have anything I fancy in the Nike shop. Last time I was there they also used the portable card machines to keep the queues down, really good idea if there's only a few members of staff on the tills.
It's a shame more and more shops are closing but it's so easy to buy online and get a deal, only this is if the clothes don't fit and you need to faf on sending them back
Toon_army22/09/2019 06:59

Thanks for all that, I'll just give them a miss then. I thought they …Thanks for all that, I'll just give them a miss then. I thought they wouldn't have much left to be honest, I wasn't in desperate need but I'd of taken a look if there was still plenty stock. I've only got small feet size 7 so shops are a hit and miss for me.I'm off to the York Outlet this week so I'll just get something there 'if' they have anything I fancy in the Nike shop. Last time I was there they also used the portable card machines to keep the queues down, really good idea if there's only a few members of staff on the tills.It's a shame more and more shops are closing but it's so easy to buy online and get a deal, only this is if the clothes don't fit and you need to faf on sending them back


There were probably more in 7's than anything else so you might get something decent if you change your mind
Even though the selection was limited I was happy with what I got
danflorin321/09/2019 22:46

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I was asking what your problem WAS with Royal Quays. So how is that "attitude" ?
The phrasing suggested other than what you apparently DID mean
Edited by: "PhilK" 22nd Sep 2019
Heads up, they are opening at 12:00 today, sign up in the window
Don't bother going today guys, it's dangerously busy in there and they are only offering 30% discount
Been and it’s manic, offers are the same as Durham. Ridiculous how they turn out like that for an extra 20% off but let the shop close down.
Unfortunately kids section had nothing reduce. Although almost everything was gone today at 3pm...So product are selling without the need of discount:))
lewiso22/09/2019 12:02

Don't bother going today guys, it's dangerously busy in there and they are …Don't bother going today guys, it's dangerously busy in there and they are only offering 30% discount


Can’t believe they only did 30 today but I am also surprised there was anything left after yesterday.
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