John Lewis launches ‘Seconds’ sale on low budget ANYDAY range
JOHN Lewis' already low budget range now includes more products that you can get for even cheaper prices.
Some products in the exclusive ANYDAY collection have been labelled "Seconds", which means they display minor defaults – but it means you can get them for even less.
John Lewis is a typically pricey spot for shoppers to head for everyday items, so it's usually a destination saved for gift finding or for big ticket items that you might have had your eye on all year.
The ANYDAY range was launched in April last year to bridge the gap between essentials and more luxury products though.
They were designed to rival prices of competitors like Ikea who offer products for more wallet conscious customers.
Brits might have lucked out over Christmas though, and they may now be sitting on gift cards galore to spend at the store in the January sales.
It's always a particular win if you can score more products as a result of them being reduced – but you shouldn't splurge all your cash just because they're advertised at low prices, have a shop around before you commit to a buy.
Though shoppers after a bargain are certainly in luck.
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John Lewis has now introduced a section under the budget friendly range called "Seconds" which it says are hand-selected items plucked from production for not meeting the exceptionally high-quality standards.
They may have small defects or minor surface imperfections but they don't impact the safety, strength, durability or beauty of the products the company revealed.
Currently it's only tableware that you can get in the range, and in particular a collection called "Dine" that includes mugs, bowls, plates and more from prices as low as £2.
It wouldn't be the first time shoppers have cottoned on to scoring cheaper prices at the posh store.
One John Lewis fan managed to slash her bill by as much as 70% after pointing out a minor defect to a store colleague who then gave her a discount.
So if you're happy with slightly faulty items then you can be assured of a bargain price most of the time.
Here are some of the products you can get in the range for the meantime.
ANYDAY Dine Coupe Side Plate
- Was: £4 Now: £2 Save: £2 – buy now
The "Seconds" range features all sorts of essentials for your cupboards, including this side plate that measures 22cm.
It's from the range Dine, which used to be called House Eat, so if you've already got the range then it will easily fit into your collection.
If you have a little more cash to splash you can buy the unfaulty version of each product
This side plate with no defaults costs £2 more though at £4.
ANYDAY Dine Cereal Bowl
- Was: £4 Now: £2 Save: £2 – buy now
Add a standard cereal bowl to your collection with the lowered option from John Lewis' ANYDAY "Seconds" collection too.
As with all the products in the same range the bowl is made of porcelain, and each piece is dishwasher safe so once you're done with your brekkie you can just pop it in the wash worry-free.
It's not only that, they're each microwave and freezer safe as well as oven safe to 220°C too.
It's £4 if you want the flawless version, but that means forking out double the cost.
ANYDAY Dine Jug
- Was: £8 Now: £4.50 Save: £3.50 – buy now
The jug featured in the ANYDAY "Seconds" collection, holds 600ml so it's perfect for the gravy finishing of your Sunday roast or more.
It's also delicate yet strong, as John Lewis describes.
The material it's made from give whiteness and translucency, and can often go from oven to table if need be.
If you don't go for the "Seconds" faulty version then the jug costs £8 to buy from the posh store.
ANYDAY Dine Teapot
- Was: £20 Now: £10 Save: £10 – buy now
There's a teapot in the cheap Dine collection too.
The teapot holds 1.2litres which is the equivalent of five cuppas if you've got company over to show off your new John Lewis purchase to.
Away from the seconds collection the teapot is double the price at £20 in the standard John Lewis range.
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