Globus supermarkets are offering several thousand products across the range at a discount of up to 70 percent starting Monday. According to company spokeswoman Aneta Turnovská, the amount of discounts varies depending on individual sales categories. According to her, the sale will continue until the last week of January.
According to its director Pavel Hradec, individual sellers have gradually started sales in the Galerie Harfa shopping center in Prague after the Christmas holidays. “It will be fully operational in January and will run until the end of January. Due to the pandemic waves and restrictions in 2020 and 2021, merchandise may sell out faster, and discount offers may change over time,” he said.
According to Hradec, the limited operation of the O2 plaza, adjacent to the center and which brought participants to the shopping plaza, is now being signed by Galerie Harfa.
Post-Christmas discounts have also started in Tesco stores, especially Christmas decorations, household items and wrapping papers. According to Tesco’s Director of Consumer Goods for the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Aleš Pavlík, people are buying these products up to 75 percent cheaper. Customers will also buy select F&F brand clothing, shoes and accessories at low prices. Starting Tuesday, according to Pavlík, some rides will have a 30 percent discount, and from January 5, Tesco will offer discounts of up to 50 percent on select electric-class items.
Goods shortage is expected
According to the center’s director, Jan Procházka, merchants at the Freeport Fashion Outlet in Hatí near Znojmo have offered discounts for the first time this year since last weekend before Christmas. According to him, the reason for the early launch of sales was the large surplus of goods in stock due to the epidemic.
“We expect traders to continue to dump stocks in the coming weeks. On the other hand, a partial shortage of some commodities can be expected next year due to problems in production and transportation of goods, especially from Asia,” he added. Procházka said.
The IKEA furniture chain launched a winter sale on December 15th, lasting until January 13th or until stocks run out. According to the information on the company’s website, all IKEA stores were light this morning, and the capacity was far from full.
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