Debenhams will reopen in Crawley to complete its final closing down sale
Debenhams today confirms that its stores in England and Wales, including Crawley, will reopen on 12 April, following the latest Government guidance, to complete its final closing down sale.
The sale will offer incredible limited-time bargains, with up to 70% off fashion and home products, and up to 50% off beauty and fragrance lines.
The stores are reopening as part of Debenhams’ final stock liquidation process and will continue to trade for a limited number of weeks until the stock in the stores is fully cleared. The full list of stores reopening on 12 April is included in the notes to editors and customers will be able to find their nearest store by visiting debenhamsstoreclosures.com. These stores will start to close permanently from 2 May, with the stock clearance completed and final stores expected to close by 15 May.
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All Debenhams stores have been made Covid-secure, with appropriate hygiene and social distancing measures in place.
A spokesperson for Debenhams said: “This is the last chance for customers in England and Wales to visit their local Debenhams before sadly our stores close for good. We will be reopening with a fantastic range of offers and discounts across all of our customers’ favourite brands and products.
"Stocks are limited and expected to sell out quickly so customers should visit their nearest store quickly to avoid disappointment. We are very grateful for the efforts of our staff who have worked so hard throughout the most difficult of circumstances to keep the business trading”.