Debenhams stores will close their doors for the last time next week, finally ending its 242-year presence on the high street.
The department store chain said its remaining 49 stores will shut for the final time on May 12 and May 15 following its collapse late last year.
Boohoo bought the Debenhams brand and website for £55m in January but did not take on the stores and employees as part of the deal.
Debenhams had already said that 52 of its remaining 101 stores will shut on Saturday and encouraged shoppers to take advantage of closing down discounts of up to 80pc on some clothing and homewares.
A spokesman said: “We are now heading into the final days of our closing down sale and this is the very last chance for our customers to take advantage of some incredible deals.
“Over the next 10 days, Debenhams will close its doors on the high street for the final time in its 242-year history.
“Our sincere thanks go out to all of our colleagues and customers who have joined us on this journey. We hope to see you all one last time in stores before we say a final goodbye.”
Boohoo is expected to relaunch the Debenhams brand online later this year.
The stores closing on Wednesday May 12:
Ballymena; Banbury; Barrow-in-Furness; Bath; Beverley; Blackburn; Bournemouth; Carlisle; Chester; Chesterfield; Doncaster; Gloucester; Guildford; Harrow; Hereford; Hull; Lichfield; Mansfield; Preston; Scarborough; Warrington.
Stores closing on Saturday May 15:
Basildon; Basingstoke; Belfast; Birmingham Bullring; Brighton; Bristol; Bromley; Cardiff; Chelmsford; Cheshire Oaks; Colchester; Coventry; Exeter; Hanley; Lakeside; Leeds White Rose; Liverpool; Manchester; Manchester Trafford; Meadowhall; Merry Hill; Newcastle; Newry; Plymouth; Romford; Rushmere; Sheffield; Swansea.