It's not just your favourite household items that may have had 50 per cent slashed off the price in the January sales.
Many properties have also seen price tags cut in half - and it's a trend being experienced around the country.
Concerns over Brexit and the economy mean many buyers and sellers are holding off from moving until there is clarity about how we will leave the European Union.
Try our quiz to find the discounted properties that have been reduced in price by millions
The uncertainty has put pressure on the rate of growth in property prices, according to data published by Office for National Statistics at the end of last month.
Annual property inflation was 2.7 per cent - the lowest since July 2013 and down on the previous month's three per cent reading - with the cost of the average home standing at £231,095, it said.
All of the discounted properties can be found on property website Zoopla.
Annabel Dixon, of Zoopla, said: 'It's that time of year when Britons head to the high street in search of a bargain in the January sales.
'However, with people traditionally assessing their living space over the Christmas period, and properties discounted up to 50 per cent on Zoopla, we find more Britons are hunting for a new home too.'
Home across the country are being discounted and can be found on property website Zoopla
We've picked 10 homes around the country that have seen their prices slashed in half since first being listed for sale.
They include a seven-bedroom detached house in Wiltshire, a two-bedroom townhouse in Cumbria and a two-bedroom flat in London.
Can you work out those that have been cut in price by millions of pounds and those that have seen their asking prices drop to less than £100,000?
Try our quiz below and put your property-price knowledge to the test by finding out if you can tell which of these homes are the most expensive.
Once you've guessed the answer, the correct answer will reveal itself, along with the current and original asking prices of each property.
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