Yahoo is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Prices were correct at the time of publication.
January may have a reputation as being a bit of a dull and dreary month. But, it does have one massive perk: sales.
Following the New Year, brands have now slashed prices on 2019 stock, offering huge savings and discounts.
High street stores including Marks & Spencer, Anthropologie, Debenhams and Boots are now offering up to 70% off the majority of categories including fashion, beauty, home and technology.
However, the abundance of clearance items up for grabs can make sale shopping more than a little overwhelming. Not to fret.
Whether you’re after a beauty bargain, stylish garment for your winter wardrobe, or hundreds of pounds off a home or electrical item. We’ve trawled through all the British high street sales to find you all the best deals so you don’t have to.
MONTMELÓ, Spain (AP) — Lewis Hamilton beat Max Verstappen in a thrilling duel to win the Spanish Grand Prix and increase his championship lead over his top rival on Sunday. Verstappen’s Red Bull edged the pole-sitting Hamilton to the first curve to snatch the early lead. Hamilton followed his 100th career pole on Saturday by taking his 98th career win.
The Pittsburgh Penguins secured home ice advantage in the First Round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs on Saturday while the Boston Bruins loss to the New York Rangers removes them contention for the top spot.
Unable to dress the usual 18 skaters because of injuries and other absences, the Washington Capitals rallied for one accomplishment with the playoffs on the horizon but fell short of another. Lars Eller tied it with 39.8 seconds left in regulation, Conor Sheary scored the overtime winner and the short-handed Capitals beat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 Saturday night to guarantee they'll open the playoffs at home. Failing to win in regulation gave the East Division title to the rival Pittsburgh Penguins.
Canelo Alvarez jumped into his trainer's arms while Billy Joe Saunders slumped in his corner with a towel draped over his head. The wildly popular Mexican fighter added another super middleweight title belt in front of a huge crowd in another fight in Texas. Not only did Saunders have his first loss as a pro, the English fighter might have a broken eye socket.
Kevin Harvick is hoping his winless start to the season will end at Darlington Raceway — just like last year. Harvick hadn't taken the checkered flag in 2020 until winning at the “Lady in Black” last May 17 in NASCAR's return to racing after more than two months away because of the pandemic. Eight more victories followed, including a win at the Southern 500 on the old country track last Labor Day weekend.
Bryson DeChambeau is known as “the Scientist” because of his academic approach to the game and so certain was the former quantum physics student of the accuracy of his sums, that he departed this Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina on Friday certain he had missed the cut. Yet when his private jet touched down in his hometown of Dallas, he realised – shock, horror – that his calculations had been wrong. In the three hours he had spent in the air, the wind had created havoc on the Quail Hollow leaderboard. “So yesterday I made triple bogey on the seventh [his 16th] and even though I chipped in at the eighth, I finished with a 74 on two over and thought there’s no way, I’m in 90th with 65 making it,” DeChambeau said. “But by the time I landed I was in 64th or 63rd and I’m like ‘whoops!’ ” Surely the aircraft could have performed a hasty about-turn. “I hoped so, but the problem was that the crew had done their hours, so we had to get a new crew and although we tried we couldn’t work it out, so had to leave it until the early hours,” DeChambeau explained. “I went to bed at 8pm, was up at 1am and I left Dallas at 2.45am, I got here at 6.20am, drove the 30 minutes to the course, put on my clothes in the locker room and headed out. I did get a workout in my gym last night, though.” Well, of course he did, and the exhaustion was worth it as the 27-year-old shot a 68 to move to one under. However, at one stage it seemed as if DeChambeau would take emphatic advantage of his unexpected Saturday tee-time, but he double-bogeyed the 18th.