Clarks Village to Offer Exclusive 'Spring Savings' Over Half Term

By Laura Linham

26th May 2023 | Local News

Clarks Village in Street
Clarks Village in Street

Clarks Village in Street will be hosting an exclusive Spring Savings event, offering guests the opportunity to enjoy additional discounts on top of the already discounted outlet prices.

The Spring Savings event will take place from Saturday, May 27th to Sunday, June 4th, allowing visitors to make the most of extra discounts from renowned brands such as Osprey London, Le Creuset, and Radley London.

During this period, customers can take advantage of a variety of discounts, including:

- Osprey London: Extra 15% off the outlet prices

- Le Creuset: 50% off wine glasses with a minimum spend of £25

- Radley London: Extra 20% off the outlet prices

- Dune London: Extra 20% off the outlet prices

- The Cosmetics Company Store: Extra 15% off the outlet prices with the purchase of 3 items, 20% off with the purchase of 4 items, or 25% off with the purchase of 5 items

- Sweaty Betty: Extra 20% off outlet prices

- Asics: Extra 20% off the outlet prices (selected lines)

- The North Face: Extra 20% off the outlet prices

Chris Davis, the Centre Director at Clarks Village said: "The Spring Savings event is a great way for our valued guests to enjoy extra savings. Whether they are looking to update their wardrobe for the summer, find the perfect Father's Day gift, or indulge themselves, the Spring Savings event is the perfect opportunity."

Davis added, "With a wide array of extra discounts on top of outlet prices from well-loved brands, as well as our King Arthur's Forest play park and beautifully landscaped Central Square gardens, we are confident that there is something for everyone to enjoy during a family day-out at Clarks Village this half term. Visit the Clarks Village website to discover the exclusive discounts available throughout the May half term."


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