Toys R Us launches closing down sale at Stevenage store

PUBLISHED: 18:55 06 March 2018 | UPDATED: 18:55 06 March 2018

Toys R Us in Stevenage. Picture: Kevin Lines

Toys R Us in Stevenage. Picture: Kevin Lines

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Toys R Us in Stevenage has launched a closing down sale after the company’s UK operation went into administration last week.

The Roaring Meg retail park branch has confirmed an extensive closing down sale with immediate effect featuring discounts of up to 25 per cent throughout the store.

This includes the Babies R Us range.

Everything in the store has been reduced and has to go, including new stock arriving this week as warehouses are cleared.

The store says gift cards will be honoured until Sunday, March 11, and deposits paid by customers under Take Time to Pay Agreements towards larger purchases will be honoured, provided that the outstanding balance is paid and the goods are collected by March 11 2018.

Alternatively, customers can use their deposits towards the cost of any in-store purchases provided that these are also completed by March 11 2018.

The company can no longer accept returns for refunds. This does not affect Customers’ Statutory Rights with regards to faulty merchandise.

However the store is continuing to trade until further notice as administrators try to sell the assets.

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