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Sainsbury’s 25% off Tu Clothing sale live for 2016 Halloween costumes

The next Sainsbury’s Tu 25% off clothing sale is now live, October 25, 2016 and ends on November 2. We did not know at first, and so perfectly timed for Halloween costumes. We say costumes as we have received information from our source that the sale will include these seasonal clothing items.

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We know that many of you would have already got your costume sorted, but for those that still have yet to decide what to wear or go as, you need to head to your local Sainsbury’s store that sell clothes in order to see the latest deals on 2016 Halloween costumes.

There is something rewarding about leaving things so late, as there is nothing worse than having your Halloween costume prepared so early, only to see them reduced in price by 25 per cent.

You only have a few hours to wait, and so please try not to be too tempted at the choice of kids, mens and women’s adult costumes now, as you will be paying full price.

There are many other clothing items in the latest Sainsbury’s Tu clothing sale, which starts on Tuesday, such as pyjamas, which do seem very popular at this time of year, along with baby clothes, and so much more, details of which you will be able to find out on the Sainsbury’s website – although you might be better to go in-store, in order to get your costume in time for this weekend.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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