We’ve still got a long ways to go until Mango’s Black Friday sale arrives again but you can scroll down the page to view last year’s details to get a general idea of the type of offers they typically run (you can expect to see similar deals return).
As always, we’ll be posting a copy of their ad, sale start/end dates and all the important details for 2021 the moment we know more. Be sure to check back again soon for the latest updates or join our newsletter to stay informed.
Updated on Monday November 23, 2020: Mango just went live with their Black Friday sale early this morning!
Starting now, shop mango.com or your nearest Mango retail store to get up to 50% off thousands of sale items. No promo code needed as the sale prices are as marked. Sale officially runs through Sunday November 29, 2020 but you can expect many of their most popular items to sell out quickly. Free standard shipping on orders over $49 is also included.
See their site for official terms and conditions. Offer is available for U.S. customers only. Good luck and happy bargain hunting!
Black Friday 2020 Start & End Dates
Mango’s Black Friday sale is typically split up among several different — but similar — offers in the days leading up to Thanksgiving and into Cyber Monday. First you can expect a pre-Black Friday sale, which if you meet the $100 minimum purchase threshold, will likely be the same store and site-wide discount as on Black Friday. Then there’s the official Black Friday sale that’s offered both in-stores and online through the long weekend. It’s then usually finished off with a one-day Cyber Monday sale that’s also historically been the same offer with the only difference being that it’s available online-only and now free shipping (with no minimums) is included.
- Confirmed pre-Black Friday sale: November 18-22, 2020.
- Confrmed general start date: Monday November 23, 2020 (that’s three days before Thanksgiving).
- Confirmed end date: Sunday November 29, 2020.
- Expected Cyber Monday sale: One day only on Monday November 30, 2020.
Keep in mind that due to the current global COVID-19 coronavirus crisis some store locations may be closed for part of the long weekend (see the live list of stores and malls/outlets that have confirmed Thanksgiving day closures this year). There will also be measures in place to prevent large crowds inside and rules implemented to keep shoppers safe and distanced from one another (mask wearing requirements, fitting room restrictions, etc.).
See below for Mango’s last few years of sale history. It’ll help you get a better idea of the types of deals they typically run over Thanksgiving weekend.
Already have your shopping list put together on what you’ll be buying at Mango this Thanksgiving weekend? We’d love to know what it is — Leave your comments below.