See’s Candies Black Friday 2021 Sale – What to Expect

We’ve still got a long ways to go until See’s Candies’ 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 Wednesday November 25, 2020: You won’t see many sales coming from See’s Candies throughout the year, but the one day there’s always something special is on Thanksgiving day. And that’s tomorrow!

Once again, shop sees.com (online only) to get special online-exclusives all day on Thursday. You’ll also be able to get $5.00 off your total order of $40.00 or more and free shipping if you end up spending over $65.00 (orders under $65.00 shipped out for a flat rate of $5.00).

See their site for complete offer details and terms. Some exclusions may apply. Enjoy your chocolates and have a nice weekend!


Black Friday 2020 Start & End Dates

See’s Candies has always been closed on Thanksgiving day but their Black Friday deal has always been offered all day on Thanksgiving for online shoppers (ever since we started tracking them nearly 6 years ago). And even though we’re still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s no change to their sales schedule this year.

  • Confirmed start date: Thursday November 26, 2020 (Thanksgiving day) at 12:01AM EST.
  • Confirmed end date: Thursday November 26, 2020 at 11:59PM PST.

History

Are you interested in seeing some of the older Black Friday ads from See’s? Then you’ve come to the right place! Follow the links below to view the last few years of ad history.

  • 2020: Page 1.
  • 2019: Page 1.
  • 2018: Page 1.
  • 2017: Page 1.
  • 2016: Page 1.
  • 2015: Page 1 and 2.

Comments

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