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How to make the most of the Vogue and GQ Fashion Night Out

The Vogue and GQ Online Shopping Night is on tomorrow at midday and it’s about to get real. It is all about 12 hours of discounts and deal that you’ll freak out over, so it’s time to get planning.

Don’t go in blind, unprepared when it comes to knowing what you want to buy and how much you want to spend, so here are some tips to tackle it by shopping expert and the money expert at finder.com.au, Bessie Hassan that will help you survive and not hate yourself afterwards.

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  • Think ahead and avoid impulse buys

Visit the shop and figure out your size and the items you like before the sale starts. It’s easy to impulse buy when the deals look so good, but you don’t want to purchase a new jacket to find out it’s not the right fit or just doesn’t look right on you.

Returns and refunds can be a pain, especially when so many online shops state ‘no refund on sale items’ in their terms of sale. It’s much easier to double check whether it’s your size and style before you spend your hard earned cash.

  • Pre-plan your purchases and watch for other flash sales

The deals and discounts for both Vogue and GQ sales are already listed online. Keep it in mind though that some brands aren’t officially involved in the sale, but might still be offering deals during the same time.

Do not worry if your favourite online shop has listed any sales yet, just check out their site around midday tomorrow and fingers crossed you’re in luck. There is a full roundup of deals, including the ones not officially part of Vogue right there.

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  • Search around and check you’re scoring the highest discount

Many big retailers and department stores, like David Jones for example, are part of Vogue and GQ Online Shopping Night. These stores could end up giving better deals and discounts, so it’s important to check whether you’re getting the highest possible discount before you buy.

  • Start shopping before the sales drop

Jumping online and strategically adding items to your basket only just before the sale starts almost ensures you won’t miss out on your intended purchases.

These kind of sale events are notorious for site crashes and website lagging. By giving yourself a head start and having your cart ready to go you’ll hopefully bypass the rush.

Good luck!


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