Possible price fixing in UK beauty market - ditch the high street stores and save money in the process!

April 03, 2006 at 00:00

Following a recent Which? survey in UK Cities, the report concluded that, when monitoring the selling price of various beauty products (such as make up and perfume) there was very little price variation between the same product in different shops. The report concluded that 'We are supposed to be living in a competitive retail environment, but research suggests that price fixing may be occurring.'

If this is the case it could of course allow retailers to agree on selling at higher prices.

Whilst this is still to be proved (Which? are currently preparing a file for the Office of Fair Trading) there is one thing we can guarantee - savings on high street prices when you shop onboard your flight.

With a wide variety of your favourite fragrances from as little as £16 and designer make up sets with your full vanity case requirement fm £26 there has never been a better time to ditch the high street. What's more you'll know you're getting the best possible deal.