Last chance for end-of-season sale

By SFC Media time Fri 24 Apr

The end-of-season sale at the Saints Megastore, WestQuay store and store.saintsfc.co.uk is coming to an end, with supporters urged to snap up the great deals on offer while they still can.

And, as the end of Southampton’s Barclays Premier League campaign draws closer, prices of some items of stock have been slashed by as much as 50%.

Boys panther jackets, which were on sale for £35, are now half-price and are available in sizes ranging from two-to-three years to nine-to-ten years.


Also on offer for half price are ladies' brown polos, which also come in coral pink. They are priced at £12.50 – down from £25 – and are in stock in sizes eight to 20.


Men’s sender jumpers are also 50% off. With sizes from small to 2XL available, they are now ready to pick up for just £20 (down from £40).


Heritage denim shirts are down to £16 from £32, and are also in stock in sizes ranging from small to 2XL.


Meanwhile, prices for pyjama sets for men, ladies and boys now start at just £12.50.



And with Father’s Day just under a couple of months away, Saints stores will also be selling a number of items, including t-shirts and mugs, designed by award-winning American artist Paine Profitt.

The classic-look goods are sure to be popular gifts for any Saints-supporting dads this year, and his iconic Generation t-shirt is available in sizes small to 2XL for just £20.


Another t-shirt depicting an old-fashioned Southampton player is available in red, in the same sizes and also for £20.


In addition to this, a Generation mug can be bought for £8 and a Generation greeting card for £3.


 


Fans can shop online now at store.saintsfc.co.uk.

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