South Africa’s two largest clothing online retailers are offering massive sales ahead of their integration in coming months.  

Spree is offering consumers up to 75% off on most products, while Superbalist is offering 60%, with an additional 20% if two sale items are bought. 

The two Naspers-owned entities officially merged at the start of the month. Takealot will be responsible for the day-to-day operations and management of the business.

Superbalist and Spree both fall under a newly formed management company called FashionCo, Takealot CEO Kim Reid told Business Insider South Africa earlier this month. 

"This is not, however, the new client-facing brand. Decisions around brands etc. have not yet been made (and) we are currently undertaking an intensive planning phase during which we’ll make these decisions."

Details about the integration of the two brands are expected in early August. Each business will continue to operate independently before final integration.

In the meantime, here are some of the biggest sales we spotted: 

Save R1,500 on 'raw low boyfriend' denim jeans 

On sale at Superbalist for R999, compared to its original price of R2499. 


Save R1000 on this Alpha Industries jacket 

Originally sold for R3,999 - it is on sale for R2,999 at Spree


This Ombre faux fur coat is selling for just R569 - a 70% saving 

It was originally on sale for R1,899 at Superbalist 


Save R750 on this designer dress 

Designed by Gert-Johan Coetzee, this dress is now selling for R2,249 at Spree

Save R780 on these Anaya sneakers 

Going for just R519 at Superbalist, compared to its original retail price of R1,299. 


Pay nearly half for this leather laptop satchel

Originally priced at R2,599, it is now selling for R1,299 at Superbalist.


An Isabel de Villiers dress marked down by almost 50% at Spree 

Originally selling for R2,499, it is now R1,249


A Diesel jacket is selling for R1,999 at Superbalist - a 60% saving 

It was originally sold for R4999

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