Earlier this month, Debenhams announced 12,000 jobs would be at risk after it went into administration.
It confirmed it will begin a "wind-down" after JD Sports pulled out of talks about possibly rescuing the retailer.
Now Debenhams has unveiled a mega closing down sale with loads of bargains available in store and online.
Customers can enjoy 70% off on selected womenswear and up to half price off on shoes and boots.
There's also an epic discount on gifts, toys, candles and diffusers too, which would be great for Christmas presents.
Parents have an opportunity to pick up cheap bits for their children too as it's 40% off on selected kidswear.
Don't worry fellas, Debenhams hasn't forgotten about you either.
Men can find up to 60% off on selected clothes, including knitwear, and even coats too.
There's even deals on underwear, including Calvin Klein, nightwear and loungewear as well.
Debenhams first announced the mega sales on its Facebook page on Friday.
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But don't take too long as once the items are gone, the sale is no longer available so make the most of it now.
Debenhams has already cut about 6,500 jobs since May and now has 12,000 workers across 124 stores who could be made redundant.
Administrators will try to find a buyer while shops remain open to sell remaining stock.
But if no buyer is found once stock is sold, stores will be shut.
The department store went into administration in April for the second time in a year.
Now that JD Sports is out of the race for Debenhams, House of Fraser owner Mike Ashley looks like the only potential buyer.
He previously owned 30% of Debenhams and lost £150million when the chain was taken over by its lenders last year.
Debenhams was founded in London in 1778 and grew to 178 locations across the UK and Denmark.
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