From ‘El Corte Inglés’ to Zara: when do the summer sales begin

From ‘El Corte Inglés’ to Zara: when do the summer sales begin
From ‘El Corte Inglés’ to Zara: when do the summer sales begin

Several people enter an open Zara store (Ricardo Rubio / Europa Press)

The summer sales are almost here. For many consumers, June is a month of containment in terms of spending on clothing, footwear and other items; They prefer to wait until the summer sales to get interesting discounts and promotions for their pocket and for their home. During this period, stores usually offer significant price reductions that allow buyers to purchase seasonal products at more affordable prices.

Below, we indicate when the summer sales campaign begins in the main clothing and goods stores in Spain.

Sales in stores like ZaraStradivarius, Pull & BearMassimo Dutti, Bershka and Oysho are especially awaited by consumers. . Although an official start date for the 2024 sales has not yet been confirmed, it is rumored that They could start on Wednesday, June 26 for those who use the mobile application and buy through the online store. On the other hand, sales in physical stores could start the next day, Thursday, June 27.

As is the case with the companies that make up the Inditex group, for now there are only rumors about when the campaign in El Corte Inglés may begin. Everything indicates that the next Friday June 28 it will start; Although a few days ago these department stores have begun to discount several of their products.

The start of the summer campaign in Mango will be next Thursday June 27th.

Although the purchase of clothing and footwear is, on many occasions, a necessity, not all families can afford it, since seven out of ten live from day to day, according to data from the OCU. For this reason, many will take advantage of the sales to purchase outstanding clothing and footwear. In this context, the organization offers five basic tips for participating in the summer sales:

  • Make a list of needs: Before going shopping, it is important to write down the items you need and those you want to buy. In addition, it is essential to set a budget to avoid unnecessary expenses.
  • Check the old price next to the discounted one: The product “must have been part of the store’s regular offering for at least a month,” they explain. They need to show both the original and the discounted price, or the percentage discount must be clearly indicated on the label.
  • Consult the special conditions: It is essential to carefully review the purchasing conditions during sales. Stores are not obliged to accept returns, except for defects or defects, and even then, the refund may not be in cash, but in the form of a redeemable card or voucher. For online purchases, there is a legal withdrawal period of 14 days without the need to justify the reason for the return.
  • Prioritize businesses adhered to the “consumer arbitration system”: Consumers should opt for these stores, since, according to the OCU, problems are resolved in a “faster and free” way.
  • Keep the receipt or simplified invoice of the purchase: Consumers must keep proof of purchase for possible returns or claims in case there are defects in the purchased products. In addition, all establishments must have complaint forms for their customers, and during summer sales consumer rights must be respected.
 
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