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IF you’re on a budget and in need of some kit to keep fit, then Sports Direct might be a good place to look.
The store has made further reductions on its January sale, and we’ve spotted items being flogged for under a quid, including T-shirts for 26p.
Sports Direct has slashed sale prices even further
Although there’s bargains to grab, shoppers should keep in mind that you’ll have to fork out £4.99 to either pick up or get your order delivered.
All Sports Direct shops are currently closed under England’s coronavirus lockdown rules but some are open for click and collect. You can find your nearest here.
Shoppers should also keep in mind that they should only be visiting stores as part of an essential shop.
Keep in mind you’ll still want to compare prices before handing over any cash, as you could find the same thing – or something similar – elsewhere.
Here’s a round-up of the best bargains we found:
Hot Tuna Galaxy Backpack
Was: £19.99 Now: £4.49. Save: £15.50 (78%) – buy now.
If you’re in need of a new backpack, this one is going for under a fiver
This space-themed backpack could be great for when you’re out and about.
We couldn’t find this cheaper elsewhere, but we did spot some other sports backpacks going for a tenner in the JD Sports sale – such as this Vans Backpack.
Eastern Mountain Sports Classic Fleece Headband
Was: £24.99. Now: 24p. Save: £24.75 (99%) – buy now.
Keep your ears warm with this fleece headband if you’re out on a run
You might want to buy this fleece headband to keep warm during the colder weather – especially if you’re keeping fit outdoors with the gyms closed.
It doesn’t look like you’ll get this a lot cheaper elsewhere.
If you’re more into hats, then this fleece beanie is going for just a little more at 29p.
Adidas Alphaskin Sports Bra Ladies
Was: £24.99. Now: £9. Save: £15.99 (64%) – buy now.
This sports bra could be a good purchase if you’re looking for new fitness gear
You can get this Adidas sports bra for under a tenner in the sale.
It’s going in grey too, but will cost you a bit more at £17.50.
We’ve found Marks & Spencers is selling sports bras at the same price, such as this red one for £9.
Adidas Essentials 3-Stripes Leggings Ladies
Was: £23. Now: £12. Save: £11 (48%) – buy now.
These red leggings could make a colourful addition to your wardrobe
If you’re wanting to keep comfy in leggings, these Adidas ones for ladies are going for £12.
We couldn’t find them cheaper elsewhere, but these Adidas leggings of a similar style in blue are going for £20.
Eastern Mountain Sports Epic Active Short Sleeve T Shirt
Was: £26.99. Now: 26p. Save: £26.73 (99%) – buy now.
You can get this T Shirt for just 26p after Sports Direct took 99% off the price tag
Sports Direct has slashed a mammoth 99% off this green men’s T Shirt, and it’s now going for 26p.
Unsurprisingly, we had a tough job finding this going for anything less elsewhere.
There are plenty of other Eastern Mountain Sports clothes going for bargain prices in the Sports Direct sale – this white skirt is going for 26p too.
Lee Cooper Marl Bomber Mens
Was: £34.99. Now: £7.99. Save: £27 (77%) – buy now.
This mens bomber could be a cool way to keep warm
This men’s burgundy colour bomber would be good for layering up during winter.
We couldn’t find it going cheaper anywhere else.
But if you’re not a fan of the colour, there’s a black bomber jacket going for just under £15.
Asics Classic Temp Men’s Trainers
Was: £39.99. Now: £15. Save: £24.99 (62%) – buy now.
If you’re looking for bargain trainers, these ones are £15
These men’s Asics trainers are going for £15, and could be a good option to jazz up any outfit.
We couldn’t find this pair any cheaper, but House of Fraser is flogging the same type of trainers in black and white for £25.
Want more bargains? Matalan is having a clearance sale which includes up to 60% off clothing and homeware.
If you want to find out which shops aside from Sports Direct are offering a click and collect service, check out our list here.
In other retail news, Debenhams has confirmed six of its shops, including its flagship Oxford Street shop, will close for good.