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John Lewis to take over shopping centre for pop-up sale


John Lewis in Milton Keynes
John Lewis in Milton Keynes
// John Lewis is to take over the atrium of the Centre:MK shopping centre in Milton Keynes to hold a one-day pop-up sale
// Shoppers will be able to get up to 40% off sofas and large electrical items

John Lewis will hold a pop-up sale outside of its Milton Keynes store, displaying products on-sale in the atrium of the Centre:MK shopping centre.

The event, which will run from 9am to 7pm this Saturday, will see the shopping centre’s Middleton Hall area filled with over 50 sofas and 30 large electrical items, which can be bought for up to 40% off.

Brands included in the pop-up include Neff, Miele, Bosch, Samsung and Siemens. All items will come with the usual warranties and guarantees.

READ MORE: How John Lewis and Made.com have found new ways to reach customers 

Centre:MK centre director Kevin Duffy told the Milton Keynes Citizen: “We are excited to be hosting our first ever pop-up sale event at Centre:MK with one of our leading anchor retail stores John Lewis & Partners. It’s a great space in front of the store and allows people to browse the bargains easily.

“We feel this sale day will be a huge success.”

Earlier this month John Lewis revealed the first three locations in the UK where it proposes to build new rental homes.

The three proposed sites include building over Waitrose stores in Bromley and West Ealing in Greater London and replacing a vacant John Lewis warehouse in Mill Lane, Reading.

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