Black Friday is one of our favorite times of the year to pick up a new pair of jeans. Not only is it jeans season but just about every brand will have some good deals going this coming Thanksgiving weekend. While it’s still too early to know the exact details from True Religion, we suspect they will once again offer 40% off storewide just like last year (likely available both online and in-store, with all locations opening at 6:00PM on Thanksgiving Day). As soon as we have more details for this year’s sale we will have the information posted here on BlackerFriday.com.
Until then, be sure to take a look at their end of season clearance sale to pick up some some pretty good pre-Thanksgiving Day deals on your favorite jeans, shorts and tops at 20% to 40% off the regular price (the sale pages are available for both the Women’s and Men’s section).
Find a really good deals on a pair of True Religion jeans? Then let us know what you found, where found it, and how much you saved in the comments section down below!
Oh my… You’re gonna say YES YES YES to True Religion’s Black Friday sale this year! How can you not to 40% off your entire purchase?!
True Religion outdid themselves and this year they decided to raise their percentage discount from 30% off in 2014 to 40% off this year. The offer is valid only at TrueReligion.com and select True Religion US & Canada full price retail stores. No additional free gifts are offered this year but hey, we don’t need extra junk if the sale is so big! Let’s start shopping folks!
True Religion’s Black Friday sale has just gone live. This year starting at 6:00PM on Thanksgiving Day, you’ll save 30% on your entire purchase. That includes everything in the store. Plus all the early-bird customers will get a free duffle bald with purchase (each store has limited quantities of these so you’ll have to be one of the first handful of people to checkout in order to secure one of these). No coupon code is required for any of their in-store or online deals as the discount will be automatically reflected at checkout.
Here’s a look at the full paged ad scan: