Greetings world! Here in America, Thanksgiving is over. Now the holiday shopping season is fully in gear with the beginning of “Black Friday” so the fun starts now am I right? But for real, while we don’t want to celebrate consumerism, we can’t ignore all the amazing deals out there. If you need some stuff, now is the time to get it. See below for a list of sales from our favorite brands and stores. We will try to keep these updated up until Christmas, but for now enjoy these post Thanksgiving deals!
6PM: extra 15% your entire order, use code BLACKFRI15
Amazon: 30% off clothing and shoes.
Bergies: free shipping on orders over $25.
Bourgeois Boheme: 30% off all shoes, 24 hours only.
DVS: 30% off entire purchase. Use code BLACKFRIDAY.
Emerica: 25% off all orders over $50. Use code FRIDAY.
Happy Socks: 40% off all orders + free shipping.
Huf: HUF Los Angeles shop at 451 N Fairfax Ave this Black Friday has an in store sale, save 30% off HUF apparel, footwear, accessories, and much more! Sale runs 7AM – 7PM, Friday 11.27.15.
Keep: extra 40% off all old styles. Use code OLDGOLD.
Native Shoes: 20% off select styles, free shipping in US on orders over $100.
Nicora Johns: 20% off store wide, use code THANKFUL20 plus 24 hours to win a $150 gift certificate.
Olsenhaus: 35% off everything, use code blackfriday35
Velo City Bags: 20-50% off, November 27 – 30th.
Vickerey: $20 off $100, free shipping over $50. Use code GIFTS20
Vivobarefoot: up to 70% off selected styles, ends December 1st.
We Wood: 30% off select styles.
Zappos: free 1 day business shipping. Deal ends at 1PM. ALSO, from Black Friday to Cyber Monday, Zappos will cover the cost of adopting a dog or cat from over 150 no-kill shelters across the nation, as part of a campaign the company has dubbed “Home for the Pawlidayz.” For every pet adopted as part of the four-day event, Zappos will also donate an additional $150 to Best Friends Animal Society, which will go toward the costs of food, immunizations and medical care for animals that are still in need of forever homes. The company’s total donation and adoption fees will max out at $1.1 million.