House of Fraser customers are battling for discounted stock as the Princes Street office closes its doors for the last time

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With the company cutting its price by up to fifty percent, customer feedback on the decision was hilarious

HOUSE of Fraser customers shared their outrage on social media when the company's Princes Street office in Edinburgh is closed today.

The company marked the occasion with a massive sale – and it seems that some buyers are arguing about the discount item.

The company launched a massive closure sale for its Edinburgh store

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The company launched a massive closure sale for its Edinburgh store

When the company cut its price by up to fifty percent, customer feedback on the decision was hilarious.

A Twitter user said, "House of Fraser is closing Edinburgh.

"Announcement on the Tannoy" all bras £ 10 for the next hour. "

"OMG absolute thought. Rachael slammed someone in the face (accidentally), but came out victorious. "

Another person said, "In the big house of Fraser in Edinburgh. Sad. A retail cemetery. Such a shame."

Sports Direct's owner, Mike Ashley, paid £ 90m for 58 UK stores in August.


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The company came under fire when it was announced that it would no longer accept gift cards as a means of payment after the acquisition.

The devastating Susan Timlin was just one of many who shared her anger with social media.


She said, "I sent £ 340 worth of vouchers to your headquarters over a week ago.

"It was all my birthday gifts that help me to buy clothes after my baby was born. I am devastated!! When can I expect an answer?

Already in June, the critical department store chain had to steal more than half of its stores – meaning that 6,000 jobs were lost.

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