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WHSmith Clearance Outlet opens in Gloucester

WHSmith Gloucester has recently opened a clearance outlet inside the WHSmith Store on the first floor.

The Clearance Outlet, which is a standalone store within the existing WHSmith store, provides customers with extensive end of range products across books and stationery, all at incredible, great value prices. With over 3,000 lines to choose from, customers can enjoy filling their baskets with fantastic quality and heavily discounted products.

Product lines vary from items such as pencils and pencil cases, office stationery, education and reference books, to batteries and toys and games. With prices starting from as little as 20p and the vast majority of products priced at under £3, this new concept store hopes to welcome additional customers to the store. New products will be added each week to ensure customers continue to benefit from a great range of products at great prices.

Store Manager, Lesley Snow-King commented, "We are delighted to have opened the Clearance Outlet within our store, 41-45 Eastgate Street, Gloucester. We hope that the arrival of this new Outlet will complement the great ranges already available within our store, as well as attract new customers to benefit from some fantastic prices."

Kings Walk centre manager Peter White added: "This is great news for shoppers in Gloucester who are looking for a bit of a bargain. I'm sure that such a strong retail offer like this will attract customers not just to WHSmith but also to adventure further into the shopping centre.

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