Administrators for troubled discount retailer Poundworld have confirmed the Aberdeen store will shut.
The closure of the Union Street store will lead to 14 redundancies.
Across the UK 80 more stores are closing, on top of the previously announced 25, with a total of 1,024 staff being made redundant.
Deloitte, which is overseeing the process, has struggled to sell the business as a whole but said the latest raft of closures will not affect a potential deal for the remaining business.
The administrator said discussions with interested parties are ongoing and “will continue to progress” over the coming days.
The 80 stores will all close over the weekend of July 20-22.
It will leave Poundworld with just 230 open branches.