in the following days

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Julie17

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Is this sentence correct?

We will be looking through our offers in the following days.
 

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Is this sentence correct?

We will be looking through our offers in the following days.

Grammatically OK, but not sure about meaning without more context.
 

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We will be looking through our offers in the following days.
If you are referring to the days that follow today, then 'in the next few days' is far more natural.
 

Julie17

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Is it correct that 'in the following days' usually refers to the past?
 
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