Updated on Wednesday November 14, 2018: Sergio Rossi has some some of the nicest shoes and handbags around, and their prices show it. But for one short day on Black Friday you won’t have to pay full price to get what you want from their latest collection. At least, if this year is anything like what we saw last year.
While Sergio Rossi hasn’t yet officially announced their Black Friday offer, you can expect to see a 30% off coupon code available to save on anything you choose from their Fall/Winter collection. After all, that’s the sale they had last year and the year before that. Of course the moment we have more news we will let you know, right here on Blacker Friday. Check back soon or signup to our newsletter and we’ll keep you updated.
However you may not have to wait until Black Friday officially goes live — You can already save up to 50% on select sale items at SergioRossi.com (and get a head-start on the holiday crowds).
What are your favorite styles this season at Sergio Rossi? Do you already have your shopping list put together? Let us know in the comments (you’ll find the comments section located at the bottom of this page).
Updated on November 24, 2017: Sergio Rossi is one of those brands that consistently runs the same Black Friday sale year after year. And this year it’s no different as you’ll be able to get 30% off their entire Fall/Winter collection. It’s a pretty good deal, but we’ve noticed that they run a similar offer a few times per year so if you miss it this time then no need to worry.
So what if you can afford it — Everyone loves a good sale. And for one day only you can save 30% off a selection of shoes and handbags from Sergio Rossi’s Fall/Winter collection. Just insert code SRBLACKFRIDAYFW16 into the promotional code box once you fill your shopping bag and all qualifying items will have the lower sale price recalculated. You’ll also get free standard shipping anywhere in the United States as well. Offer valid on select full-priced styles only. Just be quick because the offer ends by sundown on November 25th.