Plymouth is expected to be picked up with a massive knock-off clothing sale next month.
This will be the third time that the Worth The Weight event has visited Ocean City in Britain, with previous events taking place in May and June.
The vintage pop-up store will fill the Plymouth Guildhall on Saturday, September 18 – and as always, you’re paying for items by weight.
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Worth The Weight, which is described as ‘the UK’s biggest vintage kilo sale’, has several other events scheduled for September including in Bristol, Cambridge, Leicester, Brighton and Peterborough.
The massive sale will start at 11am for those with early bird tickets, which means they will be entitled to an “exclusive capped shopping session” and could end up winning the 5 kilo raffle, which gives you right to free clothes.
Early bird tickets cost £ 3 and general admission tickets, which allow entry between 12 p.m. and 5 p.m., cost £ 1.50. Children under 12 are free.
An article on the Facebook The event page reads: “We come to your meeting with the biggest vintage sale you’ve ever seen! Grab a bag as you walk in and pick and mix your vintage clothes, all for £ 15 a kilo!
“Take a biodegradable bag at the entrance and fill it as you wish. We bring nine tons of handpicked vintage stock to our events for you to browse.
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“Pick and mix vintage clothing for men and women from the 60s-90s, including all your favorite brands. Stock is restocked throughout the day, so our rails will always be full and fresh no matter what time of day it is. which you come from. “
There are no minimum or maximum spend at the event, so you can choose as much as you want, with items starting at 75p.
There is also a spending limit for heavier items, including coats. If you find an item weighing a kilogram or more, you will pay a maximum of £ 15 for that item.
The description of the event reads: ‘Please report heavy items at checkout to take advantage of your discount or goods will be weighed at £ 15 per kilo.
“Once you’ve packed your vintage transport, head to our weigh stations where our friendly team will tell you what you’ve spent.”
The Worth The Weight team says they are “always looking for staff and stewards for daytime events” so if you’d like to get involved you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are a number of coronavirus security restrictions in place at the event, including timed entry to stagger customer numbers, a managed queue system, encouraging cashless options throughout of the event, as well as any clothing that has been tried on, withdrawn from sale.
There is also another event in Devon, at the Exeter Corn Exchange, on Saturday July 3rd.
You can find out more, here.
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