The John Lewis & Partners Christmas Shop 2020 Is Now Open!

With prices from just £1.25...
The John Lewis & Partners Christmas Shop 2020 Is Now Open!

One of the things that makes me feel all warm and festive at Christmas time is John Lewis. They know how to do a heartwarming advert, and never fail to enhance my shopping experience. John Lewis & Partners have just launched their Christmas 2020 Shop, and it's packed with all kinds of festive fancies.

John Lewis & Partners Christmas 2020 Shop

The John Lewis & Partners Christmas Shop has everything you need to turn your home into a winter wonderland. They also sell some brilliant gifts varying from the hilarious to the luxurious.

Known for being on the more expensive side, it may surprise you to find out that prices start from just £1.25...

Some items are even on offer - this John Lewis & Partners Santa's Little Helper Mug* was £5 and is now only £4.

This John Lewis & Partners LED Maypole Tree Christmas Light* is outstanding and bound to be the talking point when you have visitors over. It's priced at £100.

When it comes to gifts, you'll not find better than this Edinburgh Gin Prosecco and Gin Set, 90cl* £35. It contains a full size bottle of prosecco and 3 x 5cl Edinburgh Gin Flavoured Gin Liqueurs.

When is the John Lewis Christmas Advert 2020 out?

The John Lewis & Partners advert has been released mid November in previous years, so we predict that it'll hit our TV screens around 15th November. We are hoping for a tear-jerker for 2020, as their previous years have given us that warm and fuzzy festive feeling.

There are heavy rumours that Lewis Capaldi will be the artist for the accompanying song, so we look forward to John Lewis & Partners confirming this.

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  • Jessie W.

    the blue looks well lovely on the tree x

    • Steph T.

      these are better than paperchase! Is spent about £50 in my head!