Sainsbury’s launches 50 percent off TU sale with kids clothes starting from £1.50

Sainsbury's launches 50 percent off TU sale with kids clothes starting from £1.50

IF you’re looking to stock up your wardrobe for less you may want to head down Sainsbury’s where its got 50 per cent off its TU clothing line.
The retailer currently has an online and in store clearance sale.
It includes a wide range of summer clothes – for men, women and children as well as swimwear.
You can even get Star Wars Darth Vader Father’s Day socks for 90p.
The clothes are all available online for as long as stocks last – although be aware that online prices may vary from in-store.
Delivery costs start from £3.95 but if you spend over £15 online, Tu’s click and collect service is available from selected stores for free.
We’ve looked through the sale to spot some of the best deals available and have rounded them up below.
Zebra print vest

Was: £10, now £5. Save: £5 (50 per cent) 

11 Tu’s zebra print top is a bargain at only £5Credit: TU
This is the perfect animal print top to add to your summer wardrobe.
A similar top from George at Asda costs £5 more at £10.
Retro glam bikini top

Was: £10, now £5. Save: £5 (50 per cent) 

11 This bikini top is only £5 and offers a vintage lookCredit: TU
This pink gingham bikini top is another fabulous pattern to add to your wardrobe.
Matching high-waisted bikini briefs can be added for just £4 – reduced from £8.
Overall at £9 for the set it is nearly half the price of this pink paisley bikini set from Tesco at £16.
Spearmint green shirt

Was: £15, now £7.50. Save: £7.50 (50 per cent) 

11 This shirt is an unusual shade of green and only costs £7.50Credit: TU
This cool green textured stripe regular fit shirt looks good with a white t-shirt.
It’s also £4.50 cheaper than this mint shirt at George that costs £12.
Slytherin or Gryffindor? t-shirt

Was: £10, now £5. Save: £5 (50 per cent) 

11 Two houses of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry have t-shirts for £5Credit: TU
Harry Potter fans can choose from a green Slytherin t-shirt and a grey Gryffindor t-shirt.
Both are cheaper than the navy Hogwarts Ravenclaw t-shirt selling at Asda’s George for £6.
Blue frill top for children

Was: £3.50, now £7. Save: £3.50 (50 per cent) 

11 The frill detail means that it can be worn for dressy occasions.Credit: TU
This blue frill top looks like denim and is for children aged 3- to 14-years-old.
We think it is nicer than this blue dress selling at Tesco for £10.
Marvel t-shirt for kids

Was: £8, now £4. Save: £4 (50 per cent) 

11 It only costs £4 to wear your favourite superheroesCredit: TU
This t-shirt is made from pure cotton and is covered in much-loved superheroes including Iron Man, Thor, Hulk and Captain America.
This t-shirt at George costs £3 more and only has the Incredible Hulk.
Seashell dress

Was: £16, now £8. Save: £8 (50 per cent) 

11 This online exclusive is only £8 – a reduction of 50 percentCredit: TU
This online exclusive navy starfish print max dress is super flattering.
You’ll pay £6 more for this similar blue floral dress at Asda.
Stripy skirt

Was: £15, now £7.50. Save: £7.50 (50 per cent) 

11 Wear this skirt with white shoes for a summery lookCredit: TU
This stripy skirt makes a bold statement and saves you £7.50 in the sale.
A similarly colourful and stripy look can be found at Asda – but it costs £5 more.
Grey kids top

Was: £3, now £1.50. Save: £1.50 (50 per cent) 

11 This t-shirt is only £1.50 and can be paired with jeans or shortsCredit: TU
This was the cheapest item we could find online – a cool t-shirt for 3- to 14-year-olds.
Another t-shirt with as much attitude at Tesco costs twice as much at £3.
Unicorn top for children

Was: £5, now £2.50. Save: £2.50 (50 per cent) 

11 The unicorn trend will not die – and for only £2.50 how can you resist?Credit: TU
This unicorn top has a cute nautical stripe pattern perfect for the summer.
In fact, we struggled to find something as cute – George’s unicorn t-shirt costs £3.50 more at £6.
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Sainsbury’s has also slashed more than 1,000 own-brand prices including ham, cheese and toilet roll.
Argos has launched a a HUGE toy sale on Hatchimals, LOL Surprise and Peppa Pig with prices from £5.
And Asda is selling multicoloured unicorn fairy lights so you can brighten up your garden for just £8.
Sainsbury’s TU clothing ‘Summer of Love Yourself’ ad

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