Black Friday/Cyber Monday Deals 2017
Hello all! Looks like there’s no thread yet for Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals for 2017, so vendors – post your plans. Or if anyone knows of any upcoming sales do share!
We don’t do BF/CM, but rather have an anniversary sale as our big sale of the year, which actually just started about 12 hours ago and runs until the end of November 19th:
Right now all discounts and free shipping apply to cart subtotals, but teas will have additional discounts through November 18th and 19th.
I saw this on Instagram
Pottery by Inge Nielsen
Take 10% off all listings with the discount code XMAS2017
November 20-December 1
Happy Thanksgiving! Get 10% off California Tea House until 11/23 Code: TURKEY50 www.californiateahouse.com
www.yiwumountaintea.com – 25% off opening sale. Subscribers get an extra 10% off. Sale ends when the website is fully up to date.
I will run an 18% off sale for Thanksgiving! The sale will be good from Black Friday through Cyber Monday! No code needed!
Our Black Friday competition is active this morning for one week.
This year our ‘ChariTEA’ event will focus on three choices! We will double the winning amount of money (making the 20% —> 40%) if more people choose one of the charity options over the personal discount.
Last year the 20% personal discount won…lets see if we can have a charity win this year!
20% off for yourself = “BlackFriday20”
20% towards Sierra Club = “Earth”
20% towards Parkinson’s Research (Michael J Fox Foundation) = “Parkinsons”
20% towards Tea Research (at the University of Florida) = “Teasearch”
I’m personally very excited about the tea research, as I can safely say that we are the only tea shop that is doing any fundraising for tea research! :) Though given that I work in this research lab… it might be a slight bias. ;)
We are a US based Chinese teashop so our Black Friday/Cyber Monday Sales → https://www.dazzle-deer.com/event
1) Buy 3 get 1 free (code: CM) or 20% off (code: 20OFF) all teas.
2) All teacups $3.99/each (no code)
3) Everything else 30% off (no code)
4) Extra 25g tea when you spend $50 (no code, leave a message on the checkout page: green/black/white/oolong/puerh)
Our regular shipping fee is $3.5, or get free shipping when you spend more than $35 in the US. We ship to Canada as well with a $10 flat rate shipping fee (holiday deadline for Canada is 12/06).
If you are planning to order something, please read our Thanksgiving shipping policy since we will take a break to celebrate Thanksgiving with our family.
Thank you and wish you a happy Thanksgiving!
Sales is now extended to 12/03
Thanks for offering the thread to share. We do have sales event in our web store.
Thank you all and wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving.
I’m happy to announce the What-Cha Black Friday sale.
You can get 10% off everything with the following coupon code:
In addition, all orders which are over £50 (about $66.50 / €56.50) in total (before the code has been applied, which equates to £45 after), can choose to receive a free 50g bag of one of the following:
Orders over £75 (about $99.50 / €85) in total before discount, can upgrade the free 50g bag to:
Simply write in the order comments which 50g bag you would prefer and I’ll add it in for you. If no comment is left, I will add in a bag at random.
Please note, the 50g bag will replace the usual free sample(s).
Free international shipping applies as usual for orders over £35 (about $46.30 / €40) in value.
Hello fellow tea aficionados. We are celebrating our first Thanksgiving as a vendor. We have a lot to be thankful for, so we’d like to offer 50% off all our full sized teas (everything but the sampler) with code STEEPSTER50 at checkout. Offer is valid between now and end of day Sunday. Note that we are only shipping within the US at present. Check out our offerings at www.yatrateacompany.com/shop.
Ours is a small, but artful curation of premium grade, single origin, whole leaf teas from iconic estates in India and Nepal. We source direct from estates. We donate 10% of our profits to Induz (www.induz.org), a California based NGO, to specifically support their educational initiative, Project Kopou (http://induz.cloudely.com/project-kopou/) which provides formal education and vocational training to children of tea estate workers in Assam, India.
Thanks for reading – have a wonderful Thanksgiving!