Up to 50% off all Woolworths stock today

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 5 December 2008 10:11 GMT

And that includes games, apparently. The UK retailer went into administration last week, and has now announced its “Biggest Ever Sale”.

Administrator Deloitte told MCV in a statement:

“We anticipate increased footfall in the stores and have hired additional staff to cope with increased demand. Additional goods have been moved to all stores and further stock will be added in the coming days.

“There is continuing interest in the core Woolworths business and the Sale will continue whilst potential buyers finalise their plans for the purchase of the business.”

It’ll be like rats stripping a corpse. Take your shotgun.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.

Comments

Headlines

End Of Days

  • Wii parts firms crater as Nintendo cuts production

    Companies involved in Wii manufacture are taking a financial hammering as global demand for the machine continues on its downward slope, Nikkei reports, with parts orders dropping 30 percent so far for the year ending March. Mitsumi Electric and Hosiden Corp, who both supply Wii bits to Nintendo, are now predicting a 50 percent decline […]

  • A PS3 consumes 500% more power than a medium-sized fridge

    Hilarious. According to this Intology report, running a PS3 for a year costs five times as much as running an average-sized fridge. Australian consumer group Choice found that a 12 cu. ft. volume fridge costs $50 to run for a year, while a PS3 costs $250 per year even if it’s just switched on and […]

Woolworths

  • Microsoft prepares to sue over loss of Woolworths stock

    According to this Time Online report, Microsoft is preparing to launch a class action suit against UK high street retailer Woolworths in a bid to reclaim several millions of pounds worth of stock. The chain is set to close its doors to the public tomorrow as the recent credit crunch took its toll early last […]

  • GameStop stamps on Woolworths buyout rumour

    An MCV rumour that GameStop is looking at buying dying UK retailer Woolworths is incorrect, the US chain has said in a statement. “Claims originating from games industry publication MCV hold no merit and are completely inaccurate,” the company said. MCV did not comment on GameStop’s release. The site’s original piece cited an anonymous source […]