Summer 2020 : the new dates of start and end depending on your department

BALANCES as Of SUMMER 2020. The new dates of the beginning and end of summer sales are now known for all of the departments of metropolitan France and the overs

Summer 2020 : the new dates of start and end depending on your department

BALANCES as Of SUMMER 2020. The new dates of the beginning and end of summer sales are now known for all of the departments of metropolitan France and the overseas territories. Check out our recap'.

Summary Dates of beginning and end of summer sales 2020 Dates deviating Dates for the overseas territories Date 2nd markdown / 3rd markdown Balances 2020 : beware of scams summer sale : the definition in France

[updated June 18, 2020 at 14h12] because of the health crisis linked to the Covid-19, the start date of the summer sale 2020 is offset by almost a month. start on Wednesday, 15 July instead of 24 June, for a end date scheduled for Tuesday, August 11 instead of July 21. Unlike the usual, no date override is applied to the four départements of metropolitan France to the geographic boundary that are the Pyrénées-Orientales, the Alpes-Maritimes and the two departments of Corsica. In other words, the summer sales are starting and if there end also July 15 and August 11.

Check the dates of the summer sales 2020 in the overseas

the announcement of The shift exceptional of the date of the balances was made by the Economy minister Bruno Le Maire last June 2, the first day of Phase 2 of the déconfinement. The member of the government then stated that it was providing more time for small merchants to rebuild their cash. The summer sale will last for four weeks, which was already the period of time originally planned.

A new niche of summer sale... which divides

This modification balances were not satisfied everyone : great stores, encumbered by their stockpiles after two months of cessation of activity, would have preferred to settle in more quickly, when the self-employed or smaller businesses wanted to avoid breaking the price too early, and wished to sell their stock at a fair price with a normal profit margin". The words of Francis Palombi, president of the Confederation of merchants in France, as early as mid-may. In the Face of this division, the minister of Economy said on 2 June, in the wake of its announcement of the new dates for balances : "I know that it may cause difficulties for other major retailers (...), but I think it is legitimate to support, in these moments very special ones, those who are weakest, those who have the cash the most at risk. This is a question for both economic efficiency but also of justice. "

What are the dates of the beginning and end of summer sales 2020 ?

While they should in theory start on Wednesday 24 June 2020, summer 2020 have been postponed to Monday, 15 July, and will last until Tuesday, August 11 , for all the departments of metropolitan France. A report established by the decree of June 10, 2020. These balances will also be spread over four weeks instead of six, a shortened term of discount in force since the winter sale 2020, under the effect of the Law Covenant. This term applies to all the French departments.

Usually, four departments of metropolitan france are covered by a waiver for the dates of the summer sale, because of their geographical location bordering : Alpes-Maritimes (06), the Pyrénées-Orientales (66), Corse-du-Sud (2A) and Haute-Corse (2B). This year, however, they will have balances on the same dates as the rest of metropolitan France.

What are the dates for the overseas territories ?

usually, Mayotte (976) and Guyana (973) possess the same dates in the majority of summer sale (in other words, off-exceptions) in metropolitan France. This remains the case in Guyana, where the balances of summer are also shifted to 15 July - 11 August this year. In Mayotte, in contrast, the summer sales 2020 remain scheduled to take place from Wednesday 24 June to Tuesday 21 July. Here are the dates of the summer sales 2020 in the other overseas territories :

Guadeloupe (971) : Saturday 26 September to Friday 23 October 2020 Martinique (972) : from Thursday 1 October to Wednesday 28 October 2020 Saint-Pierre-and-Miquelon (975) : from Wednesday 15 July to Tuesday, August 11, 2020 Saint-Barthélémy (977) and Saint-Martin (978) : from Saturday 10 October to Friday 6 November 2020

NOTE : in the Réunion (974), the balances of winter 2020 take place between Saturday 5th September and Friday 2 October 2020.

What are the dates of the 2nd and 3rd markdowns ?

If the dates of the balances are imposed to the merchants by the legislation in force, these latter are free to choose the dates from which they carry out greater discounts. Each retailer decides the date of the 2nd apart, some choosing to make a 3rd. In general, the stores display new discount from the second week of the balances.

Balances 2020 : how to avoid the scams ? watch out for fake discounts ! : the reference prices posted on the sites selling online can be misleading. The slashed price may thus give rise to a "false discount" when it has been inflated artificially, which causes a gap that is attractive between the anciin and the new amount. To take precautions in the face of this process is widespread, the consumer association UFC - que choisir advises "compare offers from various retailers before making the purchase, to make the idea of "accurate as possible" the base cost of the product. price comparison, valuable allies : Idealo is part of price comparison sites online considered to be independent, which weighs the prices of a same product on a large number of sites in order to protect themselves from the "false discount". It lists hundreds of millions of deals offered by tens of thousands of merchants. Of course there are other price comparison websites are considered reliable, such as Kelkoo, Icomparateur, leDénicheur. How to recognize a site illegal ? : If it is not a site that is very known, here are a few sure ways to ensure that the cybertrader through which you intend to make a purchase is safe. Start by verifying that the site on which you will be using your credit card is secure, ensuring that the url address of the site in question begins with "https". Then, look for on the site the link to the legal notices. These last are mandatory. If you can't find them, it is that this site is not legal. The consumer association UFC que choisir advises lastly to choose a seller who is based in France, as "a remedy will be more complicated if the company is abroad". What is the definition of summer sales in France ?
Date Of Update: 18 June 2020, 09:57