After sharing the news that it would be closing down for good last year, this morning, Debenhams reopened all of its stores in England for a massive clearance sale.
Huge queues formed outside the high street giant, as shoppers patiently waited with the hopes of finding themselves some huge bargains - and saving themselves £100s.
Inside there are massive reductions and masses of stock - particularly children's wear, womenswear, electricals and home.
Makeup and fragrance were the first areas to be almost cleared out by lunchtime.
Some of the best beauty bargains included 30% off Urban Decay all-nighter setting spray (an iconic product for those who know anything about make-up), up to 70% off Benefit spool brushes, and Bare Minerals performance wear powder foundation for £20.50 instead of £29.
As well as clothing and beauty items, there were also plenty of bargains to be had in the electrical aisles.
Nescafe Dolce Gusto machines have been reduced from £140 to £84.
Nespresso machines cost £150 instead of £250 - a whopping discount of 40%.
Lewis Leer, 20, and Ollie Woodards, 22, are both Virgin Atlantic cabin crew.
They visited Debenhams on a break from a work conference to see what bargains they could get. They picked up some cereal bowls and Costa sets - both reduced to £7 from £20.
Louise Townley, a 40-year-old administrator from Blackley, got a fur-lined purple coat for £40 down from £120.
Last year, Geoff Rowley of FRP Advisory, joint administrator to Debenhams and Partner at FRP, said: "All reasonable steps were taken to complete a transaction that would secure the future of Debenhams.
"However, the economic landscape is extremely challenging and, coupled with the uncertainty facing the UK retail industry, a viable deal could not be reached.
"The decision to move forward with a closure programme has been carefully assessed and, while we remain hopeful that alternative proposals for the business may yet be received, we deeply regret that circumstances force us to commence this course of action.
"We are very grateful for the efforts of the management team and staff who have worked so hard throughout the most difficult of circumstances to keep the business trading.
"We would also like to thank the landlords, suppliers and partners who have continued to work with Debenhams through this turbulent period and can reassure them that all contractual obligations entered into in the administration period will be met in full."