January and July are the months in which traditionally begin the sales. The sale balance is to offer to the public, at prices considerably lowered, articles of clothing, footwear and accessories of the season is coming to an end. It is well-established habit for decades that allows merchants to empty their warehouses to make way for new collections, while consumers have the opportunity to purchase garments at very competitive prices. In times of economic crisis and to reduce consumption, such as the one we are experiencing, the balances are more than ever expected, but you should be very careful before making a purchase on sale. The fraud on the part of traders dishonest are always around the corner, so if you want to avoid scams during this period, “hot”, please follow these few simple tips.


It would be a good idea to look at the windows that gave you a couple of weeks before the start of sales. After “spotted” the items that interest you, remember the price of sale and, if you have little memory, mark it on your calendar. You need to have an overview of prices in pre-sales, because unfortunately some dishonest traders change the price tags making you believe that you have practiced one off exceptional that does not actually exist.

When you finally leave balances, went to the shops where you saw the articles that interested you and check out the prices. If you notice a decrease compared to the first, then you can shop with confidence, but remember that, even if it is a purchase balance , you have certain rights that the merchant will not be denied.

The boss or the shoes you want to buy can be tested and do not believe anyone who tells you that with the purchase balance this is not possible, but remember that especially if you noticing a hidden defect, you can get the replacement of the goods (in normally within 8 days, unless otherwise specified by the point of sale) by presenting the receipt. You can get the returnable even when the size or the size is not right .