At St. John’s clothing, their Black Friday sale typically is not just a one-day event but rather a two week even starting on Thanksgiving day. Last year they had up to 60% off pre-fall styles and a caviar card event where you could earn up to $2,500 depending on your total purchase. It’s likely you will see something similar again here in 2016 so stay turned for more details coming soon.
Until then, you can take a look at their official website, stjohnknits.com, at their current end of season sale items. If you’re lucky you may even find some better finds now than over the thanksgiving weekend. You can also pick up some good deals from time to time on St. John’s clothing and accessories at Saks 5th Ave., Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, and Harrods.
What are some of your favorite St. John’s styles this fall/winter season? Find any good deals that you would like to share with us? Then please leave your comments below!
When we think of Black Friday, we often think of all of the cheap electronics or low end clothing that’s on sale over the long thanksgiving weekend. But we’ve seen during the last few years that many of our favorite high-end brands are jumping onto the sale bandwagon. And, to our pleasure, St. John is one of them!
This year St. John has a number of stiles on sale for up to 60% off. Most of the items are are last season but if that doesn’t bother you than the savings can add up to thousands of dollars. Then on top of that, between November 27th and December 13th, you can earn Caviar Cards with your qualifying purchases (in-store only). Here are the tiers:
– Get a $300 Caviar Card with $1,500+ purchase.
– Get a $600 Caviar Card with $2,500+ purchase.
– Get a $1,250 Caviar Card with $5,000+ purchase.
– Get a $2,500 Caviar Card with $10,000+ purchase.
We recommend that you don’t wait to take advantage of the sale because all online orders made by Monday, November 30th (Cyber Monday!), will qualify for complimentary 2-day delivery. And keep in mind that this offer is not valid at any St. John Factory Outlet stores.
Here’s a copy of the full ad that just came in to us that also spell out the terms and conditions of this year’s offer: