Poundland price cuts ‘just the start’ as inflation slows

Poundland store exterior

Poundland announced its recent price cuts are “just the start” of what could be more cost-saving initiatives as the rate of inflation slows.

The value retailer announced earlier today (July 25) that many of its big-selling products are returning to a £1 price point as overall inflation fell in June.

A Poundland spokesperson told Retail Week that the cost of more than 100 items has been slashed to £1 and that with “inflation ameliorating”, it has given Poundland “some room” to reduce prices.

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