Office & Schuh ‘secret’ online outlets selling slightly blemished shoes cheap
If you're looking for a new pair of shoes, but don't have much money to spend on them, then you may want to read on.
That's because Office and Schuh's online outlets are selling "slightly blemished" shoes cheap to shoppers.
Both Office Offcuts and Schuh Imperfects sell mega-reduced, ex-display shoes that may have minor wear-and-tear.
The shoes often only have only minor scuffs and tiny marks after people have tried them on in store, according to Martin Lewis' moneysavingexpert.com website.
However, if you want a pair, you'll have to snap them up quick as stock on the sites is very limited.
The MSE website also revealed that shoppers can get an extra 15% off already-reduced items online at Offcuts, when you enter the code MSE15 at the checkout, until 11.59pm on Sunday June 6.
Delivery is £3.99, or free if you're spending £65 or more.
You'll have to use one code per person, per transaction though.
The code will work on any items online at Offcuts (but won't work on items sold online or in store at Office).
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You should also note that the code won't work alongside any other codes.
The outlet website see each of the shoes listed individually along with a clear photo of the exact pair you’ll receive, and any defects will be mentioned in the description.
Offcuts says it only sells "end of line, ex-display and last pairs of shoes" and all stock is brand new, but may have some marks or fading.
Similarly, Schuh Imperfects says shoes may have scuffs, discolouration or other “individual quirks”.
Prices of the shoes cary depending on how noticeable the flaw is, but shoppers will typically save around 30% on the normal full price.
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