When does Zara summer sale 2023 start? Confirmed dates of June discounts - and what items are on offer

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Shoppers can now get Zara dresses, trousers, shorts and more at discounted prices in the brand’s annual summer sale

Summer is here and for fashionistas that means it’s time to start shopping the summer sales. Many fashion brands have already heavily discounted prices of items across their ranges in their end of season sales, and one of the most hotly anticipated sales is from Zara.

The good news is the 2023 Zara summer sale has launched online and in store. So, what items are on sale and how long will the sale last? Here’s everything you need to know.

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What day did the Zara sale start?

The Zara summer sale 2023 started on Wednesday 21 June online and Thursday 22 June in their stores. This is similar to the date the fashion brand launched their sale in previous years, such as 2022 when the sale was launched on 22 June and 2021 when it began on 23 June. Every year, Zara’s summer sale seems to start during the third week of June so, while there may be a slight variation on the exact date, shoppers can expect to see the same again every year.

What time did the Zara sale start?

The Zara summer 2023 sale began at 9pm on Wednesday 21 June on their app, 10pm on Wednesday 21 June on the Zara website and Thursday 22 June in their stores.

What items are on sale?

Prices have been dropped on items across all categories, including womenswear, menswear, childrenswear and homeware. There’s even discounts on the brand’s most popular items, including clothes like dresses, trousers, shorts and beauty items such as the brand’s much loved perfumes.

The Zara summer sale 2023 launched on the brand’s app and website on Wednesday 21 June and in their stores on Thursday 22 June. The Zara summer sale 2023 launched on the brand’s app and website on Wednesday 21 June and in their stores on Thursday 22 June.
The Zara summer sale 2023 launched on the brand’s app and website on Wednesday 21 June and in their stores on Thursday 22 June. | ltyuan - stock.adobe.com

Can you return sale items?

Yes, you have 30 days to return items bought online and in store, but after this period ends you won’t be able to return your items. Zara recently became the latest retailer to charge shoppers who return items they have bought online. Customers must pay £1.95 to return clothes, with the cost taken from their refund. Items bought online can still be returned for free in stores, however. Homeware items can also be returned to Zara Home stores also.

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How long will the sale last?

We don’t know how long the Zara 2023 summer sale will last, so if you’ve got your eye on something it’s definitely best to snap it up now. If you don’t you risk disappointment as we know Zara items are always really popular and sell out fast.

How can I find out more about the Zara sale?

The best way to find out more details about the Zara sale, apart from of course shopping the sale online and in stores at the times given above, is to sign up to the official Zara newsletter. Zara may send reminders about their sale, including when the sale will end. We’re sure you don’t need to reminder to shop the sale though.

Are any Zara items on sale throughout the year?

Unlike rival fashion brands, Zara never offers customers discount events or codes. Instead, they always have highly anticipated seasonal sales which give shoppers an opportunity to pick up some great pieces at a much lower price.

Zara does, however, always have a few pieces on sale in its special prices women’s section and special prices men’s section that are worth taking a look at if you want a Zara item at a low price and don’t want to have to wait for the sale. Occasionally you find some hugely discounted gems that have been returned too, but you have to be very quick about putting them in your shopping basket if you spot them or they will be gone.

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