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Best Black Friday Deals In NYC

Best Black Friday Deals In NYC

JCPenney and Kohl’s both have an average Black Friday discount of 65.1 and 60.8 percent. Did you know 10.1 percent of items listed on Amazon will actually be more expensive on Black Friday than they currently are. Here are the discounts you can get

All Saints | See AllSaints.com for store locations
Get 30 percent off everything from this biker-chic brand both in stores and online. Wednesday through Tuesday

 

Amazon – 29.3%

Barney’s Warehouse | BarneysWarehouse.comTake 30 percent off when you spend up to $299, 40 percent off when you spend up to $499 and half off when you spend over $500, plus 20 percent off clearance items. On Cyber Monday take half off sitewide. Wednesday through Tuesday.

Best Buy – 28.7% BestBuy.comfor store locations
Save $200 on Toshiba and Samsung TVs, $150 on MacBook Air laptops, $150 on iPads, $300 on Galaxy Notes, $130 on Chromebook laptops, $50 on Facebook Portals, $49 on Google Home, and more. Stores open at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Get free shipping until Christmas Day. Thursday through Saturday

BJ’s – 31.0%

Big Lots – 22.9%

Brooks Brothers | See BrooksBrothers.com for store locations
Head into stores or go online on Black Friday Weekend to get four men’s shirts for $199, two women’s shirts for $99, $78 puffer jackets, $58 puffer vests and $49 kids puffers, with free shipping. Get free shipping on all orders from Friday to Monday. Friday through Monday

Century 21 | Go to C21Stores.com for store locations
Loyalty members can earn $21 of Century Cash for every $100 of designer goods they purchase. Wednesday through Monday

Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises: From Black Friday through Tuesday, Nov. 27, get 50% off select Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises trips including the Liberty, Harbor Lights and Best of New York, or 50% off New York Water Taxi’s All Day Access Pass for adult and kids. circleline.com

Costco – 25.1%

Dell Home – 27.4%

Dick’s Sporting Goods – 49.9%

Express | See Express.com for store locations
Get half off everything online and in stores on Friday, and special deals on sweaters and leggings. Wednesday through Friday

HP – 27.5%

Henri Bendel | HenriBendel.com; 712 Fifth Ave.
For Henri Bendel’s last Black Friday (they’re closing in January after 123 years in business), head to the store to get 30 percent off full-priced items, 40 to 50 percent off sale items, and free gifts with every $100, $200 $300 spent. On Monday, get the same deal online, with 40 to 60 percent off sale items. Friday through Monday

JCPenney – 65.1%

Jet.com – 29.4%

Kmart – 37.9%

Kohl’s – 60.8%

Lucky Brand |LuckyBrand.com
Black Friday brings 50 percent off the entire store with no exclusions. Or wait until Monday, when you’ll get 60 percent off online. Friday through Monday

Macy’s – 48.7%

Microsoft – 29.9%

New York & Company – 54.5%

Old Navy*** | OldNavy.com; 150 W. 34th St.
Get half off your entire purchase both in-store and online, where thousands of items will be available starting at just $5. Plus, head to stores on Friday to pick up $1 fuzzy socks — for every pair purchased, Old Navy will donate $1 to the Boys & Girls Clubs. Wednesday through Friday

Office Depot and OfficeMax – 42.6%

Payless ShoeSource – 50.3%

Sam’s Club – 22.3%

Sears – 42.9%

7 For All Mankind | 7forallmankind.com; 347 Bleecker St.
Take 40 percent off everything, including their signature high-quality denim. Thursday through Tuesday

Staples – 32.0%

Target – 34.8%

Vitamin Shoppe | Head to VitaminShoppe.com for store locations
Get 25 percent off in stores and online, plus $10 off orders of $50 with the code BLACKFRI. Use the code CYBERMON on Monday to get 20 percent off your order. Thursday through Monday

Walmart – 29.9%

West Elm | Go to WestElm.com for store locations
Use the code SAVEMORE to get up to 30 percent off and free shipping on your purchase. On Monday, some items will be up to 70 percent off. Wednesday through Monday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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