Sainsbury's Tu Clothing Deals

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All Sainsbury's Tu Clothing Deals, Discounts & Sales for July 2018

Disney Marvel Avengers Captain America Costume (3-10 years) £4.50 @ Sainsbury’s Hamilton
LocalLocalFound 1st JulFound 1st Jul
TU Clothing / Disney / Marvel Avengers Captain America Costume with Shield and Mask £4.50 instore @ Sainsbury’s Hamilton. All sizes available as of this morning.
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It was a 3-4 years one I bought. Guess it must be store specific...


Full price on 3-4 years

Blue Disney Marvel Avengers Thor Dress Up Costume (3-10 years) £7.50 @ TU clothing
Found 26th JunFound 26th Jun
Thor costume £7.50 age 3-4 & 5-6 £8 age 7-8 & 9-10 Blue Thor dress up outfit Velcro fastening Padded Cape Mask included All ages in stock at time of posting deal.

Thor has 'Ankle Swingers' hahaha!


Looks like the young man has a 'wedgie'...... (cheeky)


I also noticed he could have been doing with a bigger size (lol)


The 'Camp' Thor version clearly


Could the photographer not have put cooler looking shoes on the poor kid? And why is he kicking? Thor has a hammer. Not Kung-Fu skills.

Tu @ Sainsburys womens clothing sale has started - mens and childrens now live
Refreshed 26th JunRefreshed 26th Jun
Tu @ Sainsburys sale has started online - womens only as yet, mens and childrens coming soon (so the banner says). Guessing it is instore aswell.

having a minimum order £ on click and collect is criminal...


Russell Athletic takes me back.


Head added


Kids', Babies' and men's started. Also available from argos, which means you don't need to spend £15 on sainsburys for free click and collect. Especially useful if you are just ordering a low price item. You do need to pay online first though.


most out of stock :(

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25% off TU clothing @ Sainsburys NOW Live
Refreshed 22nd MayRefreshed 22nd May
Asked a member of staff this morning, as there's a couple of bits that I would like.. They told me 25% off starts next Tuesday 22nd Guess will be online aswell.

I've seen a few things I'd like this morning in half-price sale area so have hidden them (embarrassed) behind other clothing. Hopefully, nobody will buy them and then I'll get them on the last couple days at 75% off (half price + 25%) AND with x 10 times Nectar points as well. Well, as Argos/Asda/Sainsbury's new motto will say 'Every little hidden helps!'. :D


Crap website ! So slow


Otherwise u won't get suckers like me thinking its a great deal and buy loads of non required clothes!


Overpriced in the first place, just price them cheaper without having these 25% off deals monthly


Went in this morning and got some great deals. Got a paw patrol t shirt and leggings down to £5 in the sale then another £1 off with the 25% deal, so I'll have a happy 2 year old :) always best to check the sale rack when the 25% off is going; it applies to accessories and shoes too so you can layer the discounts for some good bargains.

Sainsbury's TU brushed jacket - £16.50 instore
LocalLocalFound 10th MayFound 10th May
Reduced from £55 to half price but scanning at £16.50. Really nice jacket to wear with jeans for smart casual look at work.
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Thanks Andy (not really new just used android version for first time - Paul aka Bigbreakfast). Forgot to say this was bought at Rustington, West Sussex and there were lots left.


Thanks @Paul_OToole and welcome to HUKD

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Two pack summer dresses scanning at £1 instore @ Sainsbury's Monks Criss
LocalLocalFound 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Scanning at £1 in Sainsbury's monks criss could be national
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When is the next date for 25% off


Hi when does the 25% of start again please anyone ????


Barcode just in case it helps anyone


Sorry guys just assumed it must be them all


great buy...think the SS17 probably means they from last years spring summer stock

Sainsbury's Cargo School Shorts scanning @ £1
LocalLocalFound 19th AprFound 19th Apr
After realising the shorts I had for my son were too small I dived to Sainsburys to see if there was any left! Grabbed the black cargo shorts and went through the self scan - £1 !… Read more

My son has a couple of pairs in black - they are very smart.


Aged 10


What age are the shorts for

TU sale @ Sainsburys Womens & Childrens live online and instore - mens starts Friday.
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
TU sale @ Sainsburys Womens & Childrens live online and instore - mens starts Friday.

Anyone know if/when the next Tu 25% sale is ?Thanks!


Did anyone manage to pick up any of the 50p items. There was a few really nice girls dresses but all out of stock 👗


Men’s starts Friday?? Smh, why the gender sale gap?!?!


No wonder they waited til Friday, today, for the Mens sale. The Mens sale is naff . can't find anything I would even want to buy, regardless of the price!


Two bras for £6! Thanks

Sainsbury’s TU clothing 25% off starts Tuesday 27th March - Now live
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
25% off runs Tuesday 27th till Monday 2nd April online and in store

Is it still on til the end of today?


Probably should have said Target Markets? Tip if using Wrong There is the worst or rude thing you see on here then I apologise ;) The fact some people use both is an irrelevance of sorts because the original statement said it was the pricing offers etc that drove Next’s profit to drop


aww, already been into town twice this week!. :(


I used to buy a lot of stuff from Asda but in the last two years or so, quality and choice has took a nose dive. I don't mind it in the sale though, T-shirts for £1-2 a piece that can be worn as lounge wear or for a messy activity. Tesco underwear and socks have more stretch and durability than most of Primark's offerings-they are good spares. Sainsbury's are proving to be rather good quality, I've just bought more PJs from there that are perfect for the summer. Sainsbury's leggings and tights are worth it too compared to the leggings from Primark that either rip or shrink! I've never actually seen adult clothing in Morrisons, only child's.


Yes, I bought a very nice grey, herringbone dressing-gown from my local Sainsburys recently and it's very good quality. Might pop down again this week to see if anything else catches the eye.

Amazing Nan Nightdress only £2, reduced from £9 @ TU Clothing (+£3 C&C unless spending £15+)
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Was £9, now £2, currently available in size 8 to 14 and 20 to 24 Coral 'Amazing Nan' slogan nightdress Crew neck Short sleeves Model's height is 5'11'' Model wears a size 12… Read more

WTH??? I would imagine a 'NAN' would have to be at minimum aged approx 35 - that girl ain't!


Sorry is that a Nilf (shock)


Weird not using an older model to showcase this. Shall we start an agism debate?!


What a gorgeous Nan mmmm


Nice Slippers

Tu pyjamas for women from £3 onwards at Sainsburys
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Good price if you are looking to throw some old ones out and get some new ones! https://tuclothi… Read more
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Haha deffo, I think headteachers should stand guard at the gate with a walkie talkie and radio the caretaker to immediately dispose of such "fashion experts" into a very large pit at the back of the playground! (:I


An extra 2 years if the Uggs are over on one side too. an extra 3 years for having a ciggy in their hand oh and rollers in the hair warrants hanging being brought back (y)


....and shown on a wall of shame on News At Ten too! (:I ..... and then jailed, plus 10 years extra if outfit included dirty scruffy lookin Uggs! (lol)


Ha ha I do tend to agree, pjs are for at home... but prison time seems abit harsh :) Nonetheless a fab bargain, thanks op!


anyone seen walking round the streets/ dropping kids off at school in pyjamas should be arrested and sentenced to 12 years (y)

Sainsburys dress up 75% off - prices from £4.50
Found 2nd MarFound 2nd Mar
Apologizes if already posted i couldn't find anything in a search. Sainsburys have reduced some off there dress up. Not as many as last year but still not bad. I just placed an ord… Read more

Thanks everyone I now know what to do for next time :)


Bit cheeky, but if this happens to you in the future shove whatever in to get the value to £15 then return it at the desk when you collect it. I've done this a couple of times without issue.


Just add more of the same (or anything really) & when you collect in store do an immediate return for the stuff you didn't really want


Add anything and then return x


Mr Stink is David Walliams book character. 2016/15 Xmas TV special. You may find it on iPlayer or similar. Quite good.

World Book Day, Princess Dress from Sainsbury's for £8
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
I went into my local store today And purchased this dress that was marked down from £16 (Instore only)

I know we are all entitled to our own opinion and all that, but if my son or daughter came home from school after one of these events feeling upset/embarrassed/picked on or singled out in any way, shape or form; I would be absolutely beside myself with guilt for not putting a single ounce of effort into helping him take part. I don’t see it as spoiling them, more of a conscious effort from my wife and I to not make them a target.


Quite possibly the most intelligent comment I've read on this site. In this country we've got schools/teachers encouraging this whilst at the same time they are looking out for kids who are going to school without any breakfast. Why do they allow this? Even £1 on Comic Relief to not wear school uniform is £1 that some people can't afford. My son has been sent to bed now told that he isn't getting a costume to wear on the day. He's not happy about it. Why am I made to feel the bad guy? I can afford these things BUT would rather spend my money on things that I want to do either for myself or for my family. Not £20 so that my kids can dress up for a day at School because someone thought that it would be a good idea.


As I understand it, this world book day is supposed to encourage children to read more books by giving them a discount voucher, or use it to get one of a small selection for free. This scheme will presumably help those who are on a low income, so that lack of money cannot be used to say why your child cannot read more books. Now to my point.......... as always with schools these days, some idiot thought of making it fun for kids to dress up with some theme or other, so parents will often feel obliged to rush out and spend money on a costume or some form of clothes for their child, so the child doesn't feel left out of the fun...... How does that help those on a low income ?????? I have friends living in a deprived area (official classification by local authority), and they dread these things at the school, because they actually honestly cannot afford to keep buying new things for each themed event, whether this one or just a case of ''everyone wear something yellow tomorrow.... or tartan, or blue or whatever''.... so if they don't have anything suitable already, they need to spend more money so their children are not ashamed of being the 'poor' kids who cannot afford anything.

Control knickers 2 pack were £10 now £7.50 + £3.95 Del @ Sainsbury's
Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
I was thumbing through the Internet and came across these Bridget Jones’ers. Sainsbury’s have loads different types reduced for anyone who needs a quick tummy tuck. Love to know w… Read more

My wifes valentine pressy.


Sure fire way to a divorce


How well do these work? I noticed my wife's started looking like a Starbucks muffin around the waste lately, so was thinking these might be useful as a gift, but not wasting my money unless I can be sure they work?


Imagine wooing a lady, you've set the mood, background music, soft lighting, you slowly undress her and wallop, you're confronted with a pair of industrial knickers that look like they'd been on offer at Screwfix.


Purchased, heat added. Goodbye beer belly, hello ladies :D