Boots DELAYS long-awaited 70% off sale due to 'technical glitch'

Boots DELAYS long-awaited 70% off sale due to 'technical glitch'

March 14, 2022

BOOTS has delayed its long-awaited 70% off sale, which was meant to launch today, due to a "technical glitch".

Shoppers were told the sale would launch today, Monday, March 14, but Boots has confirmed to The Sun that it will now be delayed for one day.

That means you'll be able to get your hauls tomorrow, March 15, instead in stores only.

Boots' 70% sale will mostly include all the leftover Christmas stock that shops are trying to shift.

As stock will vary from branch to branch, the bargains you can get will vary depending on what is in your local store.

The sale isn't online, which means you can't order your bargains.

Boots said the delay was down to a "technical glitch" – we've asked for more information on what that means and will update this story as soon as we know more.

Shoppers will be disappointed at the latest delay.

The big Boots sale usually starts in January, but has still not hit stores.

The Sun had a sneak peak at some of the items customers should expect to see in stores under the big sale.

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It includes Yankee Candle gift sets, No 7 skincare sets and more.

Before you head to your local Boots store tomorrow, be prepared to compare prices online before you splash out.

You might find the same or similar item being sold elsewhere.

And remember, it's only a bargain if you were planning to buy the item in the first place.

You can check to see where your nearest Boots store is using the shop's store locator tool online.

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