Everybody loves a bargain and here at MySale we love finding sales and informing you off them. Your first port of call should be here at MySale if you want to be informed of sales in your area. So join our mailing list and tell all your friends about us. Word of mouth is still the best way to find a sale and with your help and our hard work we can make MySale your only destination for finding a sale anytime!

In the meantime there are other things you can do outside of MySale to find those sales. The following are tips from our staff here at MySale.
  1. Sign up to MySale newsletter and tell all your friends about it here http://www.mysale.co.nz
  2. Sign up to your favourite retailers online mailing list so they can inform you of their sales and promotions when it happens
  3. Use conventional media such as newspapers, TV Ads and radio
  4. Tell a friend who loves shopping to let you know when they see a sale. Word of mouth and the event of email and TXT have made it so easy and simple to communicate information and spread it like wildfire

You don’t always have to find a sale to get a bargain. Paying by cash is a great way of getting a discount of retail price. Retailers hate credit cards due to the card company’s charges for processing the transaction. Cash is instant gratification and in the hands for the retailers and they love this. Just remember you’re the customer and they want your cash there is no shame in asking for a discount for cash payment or even roping friends into buying the same item and getting a discount for a double sale!

The best time for going to a sale is at the end of the day normally when they’re about to close, (if it’s a one day sale) they will normally slash the items further to get rid of their stock. MySale tip is to go to a sale early in the morning and check stock availability and if there are lots of items in your size or style you desire then your chances are high that it will still be there come closing time. Come back then and 9 times of 10 you can always pick it up cheaper than in the morning.

Always expect crowds at sales so be prepared for queues and always wear something comfortable so that you can easily try on items without much effort