Up To 50% Off At Ezibuy

I mentioned yesterday that Ezibuy Australia has up to 50% off in their online store, so wanted to return to that and see if there are any bargains worth highlighting as the sale ends at midnight tomorrow (Friday 4th of October). Here's what I found: 

Ezibuy have four major categories: Womenswear, Menswear, Kidswear, and Home & Gift. Their current clearance sale has items out of the women's fashion sections, but they do also have a clearance tab on the website, that includes home and gift items, so worth looking at if you are in the market for some new homeware.

Starting with the Urban oversize Racerback Singlet for $8 instead of $19.95, the sale has over 800 reduced articles with the most expensive being the Heine Leather Jacket for $239.00, a $60.99 saving. I've had a Google to see what this jacket goes for elsewhere, but I can't seem to find the same one anywhere else, or in fact similar Heine ones either, unless you're looking abroad.

As far as Spring and Summer wear goes, however, there are loads of options to choose from and sizes range from XS to XXXL, but obviously not everything is available in every size, so check before you get your heart set on something that they do actually have it in your size.   

For example the lovely Capture Lace Camisole is $15 and for evening covering up, the Gather Sleeve Bolero (also $15) is available in a range of colours and sizes.

Dresses start at $18 and there's really anything from beach dresses to evening wear, with three pages worth to choose from.

I think if you're looking for the cheapest of the cheap, this isn't the sale to look at, but if you're looking for things that are extremely reasonably priced, and that look like relatively good quality then this is for you.

Without having a look at all 800 items of clothes, I'd say there's still a fairly good distribution of stock and sizes available, but since the sale ends at midnight on Friday, it's worth getting in there as soon as you can.

Ezibuy delivers to Australia free of charge on orders over $150, and charges $9.90 for orders under that.

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