Shoppers are sharing 'Next secret sales codes' which let you pick up loads of kids clothes for bargain prices

SHOPPERS are sharing Next’s ‘secret sale codes’ as they snap up hauls of kids’ clothes for bargain prices. 

The high street store has slashed the cost of childrenswear, from shoes to sweaters, with prices starting from just £1.50. 

  • Jersey Dress, Next, £3 – buy now

Savvy shoppers are hunting through the website to get ‘secret codes’, which they’re sharing online as parents desperately try and get their hands on some bargains. 

One Facebook post has gone viral, racking up nearly 3,000 comments as parents shared their buys – and the ‘codes’. 

Posting on Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group, one mum said: “Next secret sale codes.

“You go on the next website, type in the 6 digit code and if they have your size you buy it.

“Those are the codes for the items I brought. I was following a post on another page and just added the items I liked. 

“I'm not 100 percent sure how they got the codes in the 1st place!

“Hope that helps and sorry to all you impatient Nancy's that I didn't reply straight away!”

  • Multi 2 Pack Stripe And Rainbow Leggings, Next, £2 – buy now

Mums have been sharing screengrabs of their buys, including a jersey dress for £1.50, a cord skirt for £2.50, a zip up hoody for £3, and a two-pack of baby leggings for £2. 

Others have been sharing tips to track down even more bargains, with one shopper saying: “When you go to checkout it shows you at the bottom things that customers have recently bought, lots of sale pieces in there.”

And for anyone confused over how the code system works, another shopper wrote: “There’s loads of items on next that are going really cheap. 

  • Cord Skirt, Next, £2.50 – buy now

“It’s items that people ordered at the start of lockdown, then orders were cancelled (mine included) but products are suddenly available again.

“But you can only find them by typing in a code, so everyone is sharing their codes.”

While someone else advised: “Amazing, got some items, paid for delivery and then came up with an offer if I ordered again within the next 30 mins, I can get free delivery. 

“I did this and same again. So if you are adding things that are low stock you can buy them and pay the delivery and then go back on and continue searching and not have to pay delivery again. 

“Just incase that helps anyone.”

Happy shoppers have been sharing their hauls, with one mum writing: “Have a look at this I have just got loads for all the girls for £40.”

Someone else said: “I ordered a few wee things but you do have to type in every code."

A third wrote: “Got loads of bargains.”

This mum commented: “Ohhh I have a giftcard to use, will have to give this a try thank you.”

While someone else added: “Well worth the look. Got loads for cost me 28 pound.”

Meanwhile the store is selling matching family swimwear from just £7 & it’s perfect for the heatwave.

Plus shoppers are showing off their Primark hauls with £6 tan, £1 thongs & £2.50 leggings.

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