Chester's BHS will close for good on Wednesday (August 3).
Huge posters alerting shoppers to the 'last three days' to bag a bargain went up in the windows of the Foregate Street branch this morning (August 1).
The two-storey shop has been reduced to a shell of its former self, with the fixtures, fittings and even mannequins up for grabs.
The closure comes after the retail giant went into administration in April.
Staff at the store were formally notified their jobs were going into redundancy consultation last Monday (July 25).
More than 11,000 employees in total are set to lose their jobs across the chain's 164 branches.
Fifty have already shut up shop for the final time, with the remaining stores still standing all set to close by August 20.