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Big W just launched a massive 80% off clearance sale

Big W has announced a massive sale. Image: Getty
Big W has announced a massive sale. Image: Getty

Big W has slashed the prices on thousands of products as part of a clearance sale that sees some products up to 80 per cent cheaper.

The sale will have some products as cheap as $1, with homewares, children’s toys, health products, electronics, camping, fitness and bedding all on sale.

Big ticket items, like an Eko 65” Android Smart Ultra HD LED TV are on sale, down $150 to $699, while selected Dyson vacuum cleaners are also reduced. The V7 Animal Origin Handstick is $250 cheaper, now at $449.

And if you’re looking for new makeup or shampoo, Big W is cutting prices on selected John Frieda, L’Oreal Paris, Australis, Olay, Thankyou and Herbal Essences products, in addition to a range more.


Decor food storage products are also half price, with some products as low as $1.

Savvy shoppers could pick up the L'Oreal Paris Revitalift Laser X3 Intensive Anti-Ageing SPF15 Moisturiser 50mL cream for half price, now $23.75. The Australis Bae Watch mascara is also half price, at $7.38.

And the Olay Magnemasks Infusion Rejuvenating Starter Kit is now just $20.25, down $34.74.

If the thought of the sale makes you hungry, m&ms 40g packs in caramel are now $1, half price, and Guylian Pralines are now $7.50, down 50 per cent.

Then there are the toys. Disney, LEGO, Marvel, The Wiggles, Hasbro and Star Wars are all among the brands selling cut-price items.

The Loaded Lemons board game is down to $10 from $19, while the Minnie Mouse Happy Helpers Backpack Picnic Set is $17, reduced by $8.

Big W’s toy sales are notoriously frantic, with thousands of shoppers tuning in just to find out when the sale would begin. And, when the sale began, mums and dads lined up just to be the first through the doors at midnight when the sale began in June.

This most recent sale comes as Big W confirms it will proceed with the planned closure of 30 stores amid poor financial performance. The company lost $85 million over the 2019 financial year.

Stores in Sydney’s Chullora, Auburn and Fairfield will be the first to go, closing by January 2020.

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