SHOPPERS have just hours left to cash in on gift vouchers as a retailer gears up to close over 150 stores.
The M&Co brand has been bought out by Yours Clothing after falling into administration in December.
But because the deal includes just the brand it means 170 stores are set to close.
The process is due to start after the Easter weekend. Exact dates each shop will close are yet to be revealed.
So it might be worth returning any items you have as early as you can.
Customers can exchange items bought in-store for one of the same value within 14 days of purchase.
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The retailer is no longer accepting loyalty cards and vouchers.
It is accepting gift vouchers though, but you'll need to be quick – after today they will expire and you won't be able to use them.
M&Co is only accepting the gift cards in-store and you have to spend twice their value to redeem them.
So if your gift card is worth £30 you will need to spend £60.
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It comes as M&Co launched a giant 30-50% off sale online and up to 60% off in-store before stores close.
Nearly 2,000 jobs are at risk across the retailer, but it is not clear when they will be made.
M&Co is not the only retailer battling to keep stores open.
Paperchase collapsed into administration earlier this month putting around 1,000 jobs at risk.
Shoppers have been rushing out to buy discounted products after the stationery retailer launched a sale before branches close.
Major burger chain Byron Burger fell into administration too with nine restaurants set to close.
Meanwhile, H&M has said two branches in Hartlepool and Isle of Wight are set to close later this year.
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