Superdry in-store sales rebound as online falls back

Superdry store

Superdry has reported a surge in store sales following the lifting of Covid restrictions, which also led to a fall in online revenues.

Store sales leaped 59.8% year on year to £224.5m as Superdry “lapped enforced closures”, the retailer said in a year-end trading statement.

However, that was still 21.8% down on a two-year basis. 

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