All clothes will have the UK's 17.% tax levied on them
Marks & Spencer in Jersey is to price all clothing at UK prices when the new Goods and Services Tax (GST) comes in.
The M&S franchise, run by Sandpiper CI, currently sells clothing priced below £15 at UK prices, including an extra 17.5% - the equivalent of the UK's VAT.
This pricing policy will be expanded to all clothes, despite GST only being 3%.
Sandpiper said the reason the policy was being expanded was that operating in Jersey was more expensive than operating in the UK.
The 3% GST, which includes food and clothing, comes into force on 6 May.
GST is being introduced to cover the financial shortfall from a new zero-rate corporation tax.