Martin Lewis' MoneySavingExpert reveals shop you've never heard of selling M&S, Next and Zara clothes with 80% off | The Sun

MARTIN Lewis' has revealed how you can bag 80% off branded clothes and foot wear.

Thrift+ is an online second-hand retailer selling fashion items for men and women.

And it recently launched an up to 80% off sale on more than 100,000 items, reports.

Shoppers can pick up discounts on pre-loved clothes from a number of high street brands including Zara, Next and Marks and Spencer.

Prices start at £3, ranging up to £184 on everything from skirts to jumpers, shoes to accessories and jackets and coats.

There's a pair of Boden jeans on sale for just £14 and a Next top for £3.50.

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Meanwhile, savvy shoppers can pick up a Mango mini dress for just £3.50 or Luxe scary for the same price.

Bear in mind delivery costs £5.95 for England, Scotland and Wales while for households in Northern Ireland it is £9.95.

Baskets worth £50 or more get free delivery, but only spend this amount if you were going to anyway.

Remember too, to always shop around before buying any product.

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Just because one website or retailer has slashed prices, that doesn't mean you can't get the same items cheaper elsewhere.

Websites like Trolley are useful for supermarket groceries while Price Runner and Price Spy help you compare clothes and household items.

On this occasion it's hard to make a straight comparison as these items are second-hand, but the websites can be helpful if you are buying items new.

How to save money second-hand shopping

Younger consumers are increasingly turning to second-hand shopping to save money.

And you can make some big savings if you know how to go about it the right way.

The Sun spoke to one mum who buys everything second-hand and shared her top tips for saving money, including buying from platforms such as Vinted, eBay and Facebook.

An ex-fashion journalist revealed her four tricks to ensuring you're not forking out more than you should.

Emily London said hitting up your local clearance stores, building rapport with staff and going for quality over brands all help.

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Meanwhile, as the new school term approaches, one mum's tricks could save you £200 on uniform.

Tess Gee said doing regular audits, buying bigger or stretchier and seeing if you qualify for support are just some ways to save cash.

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