Designer footwear can be expensive - but financial guru Martin Lewis has come up with a clever loophole to bag some huge discounts on designer shoes and trainers.

He revealed the genius tip on This Morning, telling viewers just how to go about saving money.

The Money Saving Expert said: "Shh! Secret shoe sales.

"The High Street chains Office and Schuh have separate websites with mega reductions on it.

"This is ex-display stock so there might be very minor wear and tear – it’s a bit of an online jumble sale.

"So you get a pair of Puma trainers normally £62 for £21."

However, with the secret now out, Martin says you might have to be quick if you want a pair.

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He explained: "Though, as I’m telling you, as lots of people flood in the stock will drop and there won’t be much, so see this a more of a note to check it in a couple of weeks when stock levels will probably be up and you might just be able to bag a bargain."

When Manchester Evening News checked the Schuh Imperfects website, there was still a large range of shoes available across size departments, including bargains from the likes of Tommy Hilfiger, Timberland, Toms, New Balance, Nike and Adidas.

Office's Offcuts website, too, had some great bargains, including shoes and trainers from Alexander McQueen, Converse, Calvin Klein, Hunter and Ugg.