While it’s still too early to know for sure what’s coming at TOMS Black Friday sale here in 2016, we expect Tom’s to once again offer a storewide 25% off deal on almost everything in the store just like they did last year (and the year before!). They also had free two-day shipping if you decided to complete your order using Paypal. Of course as soon as we can official confirm the details we will post them right here on BlackerFriday.com.
Until then, be sure to check out Tom’s sale page where you can now pick up some of their end of season Fall specials for up to 30% off. Free standard ground shipping is usually included for orders above $60.00.
Find any good deals or coupons on Tom’s shoes at one of their retailers? Then let us know the details and how much you saved in the comments below.
Toms’ Black Friday sale event has just bones live and we have all the details here for you!
For 2015, Toms is offering you up to 25% off selected sale items, including on their best selling shoes. Bu to get the full 25% off savings, you’ll need to use promo code GIVE10 at checkout which will help you save extra 10% off at TOMS.com. This offer is valid starting today, from 12:00AM PST November 26, 2015 through 11:59PM PST on November 30, 2015. Offer only applies to sale items. For a limited time (the time of this sale) you can enjoy free shipping and free returns as well!
We are huge fans of Toms shoes for two reasons: their quality and styles, and their philanthropic business approach so we encourage you to check out their site at toms.com for more details.
Tom’s Black Friday deals have just gone live and this year you’ll be able to 25% off on your entire purchase (some certain exclusions apply) when you use promo code CHEER at check out. The sale starts on Thanksgiving day and will run through the weekend up until Cyber Monday. You’ll also be able to get free 2-day shipping instead of the regular shipping if you pay for your order with your Paypal account.
Here’s a look at the sale details – Just note the sale restrictions and exclusions listed in the fine print at the bottom of the ad: