Exclusive: Dreams’ profits increase as online sales surge

Dreams has returned to profit following plunging into administration in 2013

Beds specialist Dreams reported a surge in underlying profits during the pandemic as online sales picked up the slack from closed stores.

Profit before tax rose in the 52 weeks to 24 December 2020 to £46.9m from £35.3m in 2019. Underlying pre-exceptional EBITDA soared to £57.1m from £47.8m the year prior.

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