DUNLEM has launched a massive summer sale with thousands of items reduced by 50%.
The store has slashed the price of homeware and furniture meaning shoppers can pick up items from as little as 25p.
You’ll be able to pick up towels and bedding as well as rugs, sofas and kitchenware and even a few bits of decor too, in the clearance sale.
The major reductions are available both online as well as in-store, so there are plenty of opportunities to bag yourself a bargain.
Items are selling fast though, so you’ll want to be quick as most products will be subject to availability, and once they’re gone they won’t be coming back.
If you are shopping the discounts online you’ll have to factor in the extra £3.95 that you’ll have to pay for delivery if you order is under £49 – if it’s over this then good news, delivery is free.
How to compare prices to get the best deal
JUST because something is on offer, or is part of a sale, it doesn’t mean it’s always a good deal.
There are plenty of comparison websites out there that’ll check prices for you – so don’t be left paying more than you have to.
Most of them work by comparing the prices across hundreds of retailers.
Here are some that we recommend:
- Google Shopping is a tool that lets users search for and compare prices for products across the web. Simply type in keywords, or a product number, to bring up search results.
- Price Spy logs the history of how much something costs from over 3,000 different retailers, including Argos, Amazon, eBay and the supermarkets. Once you select an individual product you can quickly compare which stores have the best price and which have it in stock.
- Idealo is another website that lets you compare prices between retailers. All shoppers need to do is search for the item they need and the website will rank them from the cheapest to the most expensive one.
- CamelCamelCamel only works on goods being sold on Amazon. To use it, type in the URL of the product you want to check the price of.
But with such low prices you will want to watch that you don’t go over budget by adding things to your basket just because they are on sale, or because you want to reach that free delivery target.
You can, instead, opt for click and collect which is free and if the products are available, then you might be able to pick them up in as little as three hours.
You can of course head in-store to save on any shipping costs too – just use Dunelm’s store locator tool too find your nearest one.
As always it’s best to have a shop around before you commit to a purchase, as you might find there’s a cheaper deal available somewhere else.
In the meantime, we’ve narrowed down some of the top offers available in the Dunelm sale so check them out below.
Soft and Fluffy 100% Cotton Towel
- Was: 50p Now: 25p Save: 25p (50%) – buy now
You can pick up these super cheap towels in the Dunelm sale that are made from 100% cotton.
They’re designed to be luxurious and cosy as they’re crafted with fresh fibres, and they come in a range of colours too.
Just keep in mind that’s it’s only the face cloth that costs 25p at the moment, though you can pick up a hand towel to match from £1.50
Stock is running very low on this one because of the cheap price, so you’ll want to be quick to cash in on the discount for the size towel you’re after.
If you do miss out on this bargain buy, the next cheapest towels the store has on offer are only 52p steeper at 87p.
But if you’re looking elsewhere, Wilko offers a pack of two for only 75p.
That works out to be around 38p per towel which is only 13p more expensive than Dunelm’s.
Artificial Succulent Plant
- Was: £2.50 Now: £1.25 Save: £1.25 (50%) – buy now
You can pick up a lucious green cactus in a modern green pot in the sale for less than £2, and the best bit is it will require absolutely no maintenance once you get home.
That’s because it’s actually artificial so you won’t have to worry about watering it and you certainly won’t have to fork out for a replacement in case it wilts.
The elegant design is ideal for any size living space, or it would make a sweet gift.
At AliExpress you can buy a little fake cactus or succulent from 60p, which could save you another 65p, but you won’t get the cute pot included so you might have to splash out for that separately.
Non Iron Plain Dye Blush Duvet Cover
- Was: £8 Now: £4 Save: £4 (50%) – buy now
You’ll be able to have a great night’s sleep after shopping the Dunelm sale’s low prices, especially if you pick up this £4 single duvet cover.
It’s made from cotton blended with polyester, which creates a fabric which combines natural softness & durability.
A part of the everyday range at Dunelm, it is finished with a non-iron treatment which should minimise creasing.
If pink isn’t your colour, then there’s a wide variety of colours to choose from as well.
B&M sells bedding from £5 which makes it only £1 more expensive than Dunelm’s.
Oslo Grey Geometric Washable Doormat
- Was: £3 Now: £1.50 Save: £1.50 (50%) – buy now
This doormat has a stylish geometric print, and is perfect for adding a modern touch to any doorway.
It’s got a gel foam backing to make it sturdy and durable and it’s also also machine washable so you can keep it clean and fresh.
There are lots of different designs you can choose from in these doormats and there is also a runner version available too perfect for hallways, you’ll have to be quick though as certain patterns and styles are already sold out.
Aldi sells a washable door mat for only £3 which makes it the same price as Dunelm’s was before the sale.
Faux Leather Tub Chair
- Was: £99 Now: £49.50 Save: £49.50 (50%) – buy now
You can pick up a whole range of accent chairs in the Dunelm sale and this one is crafted with leather-look material.
The tub chair is easy to assemble and comes in a natural tan colour and features dark hardwood legs and a curved back.
Watch that it doesn’t sell out before you get the chance to cash in though, as stock is running extremely low on this product when we last checked.
You can buy a tub chair for half this price on Amazon though, which makes it cheaper than Dunlem’s already reduced one by another £25.
Grayson Compact Sofa
- Was: £449 Now: £224.50 Save: £224.50 (50%) – buy now
This sofa that’s made it into the Dunelm sale is upholstered in a premium textured polyester fabric and comes complete with foam and fibre filled seat cushions.
It comes with two matching bolster cushions, and is available in grey or natural colourways.
The seat height is approximately 48cm, with a seat depth of 57cm, so there should be plenty of room to sit back and relax.
Dunelm also offers a 10 year frame guarantee on this sofa.
If you head to Habitat’s store you can buy a two seater sofa for only £150 which makes it cheaper than Dunelm’s by £75.
B&M is in-fact selling homeware dupes that cost up to 67% less than Dunelm.
Also, Ikea launched its own massive summer sale with up to 50% off furniture last month.
In the meantime, one shopper has revealed a money-saving trick to get hundreds of pounds off the price of a DFS sofa.