Flash sale: 20% off at ASOS now

Posted: 24 September 2020 6:58 pm

ASOS flash sale

ASOS has launched a 2-hour flash sale with 20% off everything.

It’s Thursday, the day before Friyay and you just need something to pull you through. Well, your prayers have been answered. For two hours only you can get 20% off everything (yes, everything) at ASOS.

You know those goodies that have been sat in your favourites for a few weeks now? This is your chance to nab them, for less.

When is it?

On 24 September. It will only be live for two hours, from 7pm to 9pm, so don’t miss it.

What’s included in the flash sale?

Everything on-site. Literally everything. From cable knit jumpers to chunky biker boots – welcome autumn with a bang.

How big is the discount?

It’s 20% off everything, which probably makes it easier for you to justify spending on all that knitwear that’s going to keep you snuggly warm. It’s rare that ASOS offers a discount this big site-wide, so make the most of it!

How do I redeem the discount?

All you have to do is enter the code BEQUICK20 at checkout. And here’s the best bit – if you realise you want to order another few bits later in the night, you can use the code multiple times up to a maximum pre-discount spend of £500. Just get those orders in before 9pm.

Unfortunately, this discount can’t be used with other promo codes or on gift vouchers, delivery charges, Premier Delivery or ASOS Marketplace, so bear that in mind when you shop.

When does it end?

The flash sale ends on 24 September at 9pm, so shop now while you can!

Which payment options does ASOS accept?

ASOS allows customers to pay via Mastercard, Visa, Amex, PayPal, Apple Pay, Klarna and Clearpay.

What if I miss the flash sale?

Don’t worry! ASOS has great sales all the time. Check out our full list of ASOS discount codes and vouchers to see all of ASOS’s current live discounts.

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