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Partnership weekly sales figures for last week (to 23 September) published on Tuesday 26 September 2017

Partnership

Partnership weekly sales graph

 

Week 8

2017-18 £213.98m
2016-17 £205.25m
2015-16 £209.44m

 

Percentage increase

Week 8 to 23 September 2016-17 4.3
8 weeks to 23 September 2016-17
3.1
Week 8 to 23 September 2015-16
2.2
8 weeks to 23 September 2015-16 6.0

 



Waitrose

Managing Director: Rob Collins
Retail Director: Ben Stimson

Waitrose weekly sales graph

 

Week 8

2017-18 £126.67m
2016-17 £123.27m
2015-16 £123.49m

 

Percentage increase

Week 8 to 23 September 2016-17 2.8
8 weeks to 23 September 2016-17
1.9
Week 8 to 23 September 2015-16
2.6
8 weeks to 23 September 2015-16 6.1

 

Total sales excluding fuel were up 2.8% on last year, with the Half Price Event and our marketing campaign around essential Waitrose range driving volume.

Stand-out essential Waitrose success stories included croissant sales which lifted 232%, baked beans which rose by 142% and fish fingers which climbed 95%.

Away from the essential Waitrose range, promotions on rum and gin contributed to spirit sales rising by 24%.

Mike Sackman
IT Director, Waitrose

 

Category Summary Week 8
Up to week 8
Ambient 5.5 4.5
Chilled, Fruit, Vegetables & Horticulture, Bakery -0.3 0.3
Meat, Fish, Frozen & Dairy 2.3 0.6
Home & General Merchandise 0.2 -2.2


John Lewis

Managing Director: Paula Nickolds

John Lewis weekly sales graph

 

Week 8

2017-18 £87.31m
2016-17 £81.98m
2015-16 £85.95m

 

Percentage increase

Week 8 to 23 September 2016-17 6.5
8 weeks to 23 September 2016-17
5.0
Week 8 to 23 September 2015-16
1.6
8 weeks to 23 September 2015-16 5.9

 

Total sales for the week were £87.3m, up 6.5% on last year with both shops and online seeing sales growth.

Fashion sales were up 8.6%. Womenswear saw an uplift of 18.2% driven by strong sales of cold weather clothing and the price matching of a competitor's promotion. Menswear also experienced double digit growth with sales up 13.4% and womens accessories saw sales rise by 8.7%.

Home sales were up 0.6% for the week. Gifts, cook & dine saw sales grow by 3.2% as customers continue to purchase back to uni items and also begin to look ahead to Halloween and Christmas. Elsewhere, lighting was up 5.4% and textiles and home accessories saw sales rise by 1.9%.

EHT sales were up 11.1%, driven by strong mobile sales due to the Apple launch. Accessories also enjoyed a good week, again influenced by Apple and also by the launch of own-brand phone cases.

Johnathan Marsh
Buying Director, EHT, John Lewis
 

Buying offices Week 8 up to week 8
Fashion 8.6 8.5
Electricals & Home Technology 11.1 6.1
Home 0.6 0.7