List of sales now on at dozens of Intu Derby shops

Post-Christmas sales are now under way at dozens of stores at Derby’s biggest shopping centre.

More than 45 shops at the Derby Centre, formerly Intu Derby, are offering discounts as the new year approaches.

Many big-name stores are offering up to 50% off, including Debenhams, Clarks, and H&M.

Some retailers have slashed prices even further, with customers able to get up to 70% off at outlets including New Look, Apricot and Paperchase.

The city shopping centre will be open throughout the rest of the festive season, but opening hours will vary on some days including New Year’s Day, when a large number shops will be closed.

Here is a list of Derby Centre stores where sales are now on, according to the centre’s website.

Apricot – up to 70% off

All Saints – up to 50% off

Ann Summers – up to 50% off

BOSS

Clarks – Up to 50% off

Clintons – up to 50% off

Debenhams – up to 50% off

Deichmann – up to 50% off

Disney – up to 50% off

F. Hinds – up to 50% off

Footasylum

Foot Locker – up to 50% off

Game

H. Samuel – up to 50% off

H&M – up to 50% off

H&M Kids – up to 50% off

HMV

Hobbs – up to 50% off

Jack & Jones – up to 50%

JD Sports

Kiko – up to 70% off

Love Aroma – up to 50% off

Lovisa

M&S – up to 40% off Christmas gifts

Moss Bros – up to 70% off

Mountain Warehouse

New Look – up to 70% off

Paperchase – up to 70% off

Paper Kisses

Phase Eight – up to 70% off

Quiz

River Island

Schuh – up to 75% off

Sharps Bedrooms

Shuropody

Skechers – 30% off your 2nd pair

Smiggle – up to 30% off

Sports Direct

The Entertainer

The Fragrance Shop – up to 50% off

The Works

Timberland – up to 40% off

Topshop/Topman – up to 60% off

Typo – up to 50% off

Whistles – up to 50% off

Young Ideas – up to 50% off

Yours

Zara

A number of safety measures are in place across the Derby Centre including additional staff on standby to help manage footfall, the requirement to wear face coverings throughout, enhanced cleaning regimes across all visitor touch points, and hand sanitising stations.

Courtesy of Derbyshire Live – Derby News