Build-A-Bear Black Friday 2020 Sale – What to Expect

It’s still too early for us to know what’s coming at Build-A-Bear’s Black Friday sale this year but you can scroll down the page to see the details from last year to get an idea of what’s likely to come (we’re expecting to see similar deals return). We’ll be posting a copy of their ad and all the important details for 2020 once we know more. Be sure to check back again soon for the latest updates or join our newsletter to be the first to know the moment news is announced.


Last Year’s Black Friday Sale Details

Last updated on Wednesday November 20, 2019: Build-A-Bear is kicking off their Black Friday deals super early this year!

Starting today, visit any Build-A-Bear Workshop store for buy-one get-one for $10 on Make-Your-Own furry friends. Offer valid in stores only through December 1, 2019, while supplies last. Excludes Disney Frozen, and all outfits and accessories are sold separately.

Later next week on Black Friday you’ll also be able to pick up limited-edition “Snow Cute” boys and girls holiday themed snowman bears on sale for just $6.00/each (November 29, 2019). Everything is while supplies last and keep in mind that there are usually limits in place on how many bears you can buy at the doorbuster price.

Visit buildabear.com for full offer details. Terms, conditions and exclusions may apply. Happy bargain hunting!

Build-A-Bear’s Black Friday 2019 Ad


History

Are you interested in seeing some of Build-A-Bear Workshop’s older Black Friday ads? Then follow the links below for a full history.

  • 2019: Page 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
  • 2018: Page 1 and 2.
  • 2017: Page 1, 2 and 3.
  • 2016: Page 1.
  • 2015: Page 1.
  • 2014: Page 1

Comments

What are you planning on getting at Build-A-Bear this Thanksgiving weekend? Let us know in the comments section below.

3 thoughts on “Build-A-Bear Black Friday 2020 Sale – What to Expect”

  1. That seems a little hypocritical that a company so family-centered makes their employees work on actual Thanksgiving night while they should be home with their own families. Instead they’ll be making screaming children stuffed bears and having to listen to middle aged mothers gripe about the deals not being good enough. I feel sorry

    1. Hi Ginny — I agree with you 100%. Thanksgiving is the one holiday that regardless of religion or personal beliefs, is celebrated by all Americans. Everyone should have the day off from work.

  2. I bought my first born son a teddy bear right before he was born. He still loves it even though he’s now 7. Now when my second son is on his way, we will build a bear for him too! We still have two months to do it so I’m hoping for a good deal on the customized bear.

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