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Tiffany & Co. Black Friday Sale in 2021 – What to Expect

Black Friday 2021 — What to Expect

Updated on Monday October 25, 2021: For all of you wishing to pick up something special and shiny (and at a big discount!) at Tiffany & Co. this Black Friday then we’re sorry to be the ones to let you know that Tiffany will not have any discounts this year over Thanksgiving weekend. And it’s not because of the current global COVID-19 pandemic.

In fact, Tiffany never ever runs any sales at all at any time of the year. As quoted by Mark Aaron, vice president of investor relations at Tiffany, “Tiffany does not conduct price promotional sales on Black Friday or any other day.” That includes Cyber Monday, After Christmas, Labor Day, Mother’s Day, and every other major holiday. But just as others have commented before, because they never have any discounts, it makes giving and receiving a gift from them, in their famous blue box, all that more special.

What may make your purchase a little easier to swallow is knowing that Tiffany offers several different financing options to those who qualify. They also have a 30 day return policy if you happen to buy the “wrong” gift (I’ve done that before!) and an upgrade policy where you’ll have up to 5 years to exchange your purchase for another item of your choice.

In terms of the upgrade policy, which is something I wasn’t aware of, it works like this — lets say you can only afford an engagement ring up to $5000. You can get it now but in a few years, when you save up some extra money, you can replace it with something bigger, better, shinier, etc.. Of course there are some restrictions and rules to the policy, including that any new item will need to be priced at two times the appraised value of the item you return, but it’s still an option worth considering if you are on a tighter budget. You can get familiar with the policy at any Tiffany & Co. retail store.

With that being said, it doesn’t mean you can’t find a great deal elsewhere on jewelry and watches this Thanksgiving weekend. Be sure to take a look Zales, Jared, and Kay as they are all running specials on Black Friday. You can also signup to our newsletter and we’ll keep you updated with this year’s best Black Friday offers from all the other stores and brands as well. Good luck and happy bargain hunting this holiday season!


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Will you still be getting something at Tiffany’s this Black Friday/Thanksgiving weekend? What are you planning on getting? Let us know in the comments section.

Tiffany & Co. Cyber Monday Sale 2021 – What to Expect

Tiffany’s Cyber Monday 2021 Sale – What to Expect

Updated on Monday October 18, 2021: If you’re wondering when exactly Tiffany runs their sales… then we’re sad to say, they never do. Not on Black Friday. Not on Cyber Monday. Simply, never.

But maybe that’s not a bad thing. Whoever is on your receiving end, whether it’s your wife, girlfriend, mom, or niece, no other jewelry is as special as the one that comes in that little blue box. And for you, you don’t ever have to have that buyers remorse that happens so often when just after we buy something, the same thing goes on sale. That will never happen at Tiffany’s.

However, if you’re one of those folks, like me, that is so deeply programed to shop only when there’s a mega good discount, then be sure to check out the other jewelry stores that we’re watching over the long Thanksgiving weekend. That includes Zales, Kay, Jared, and Pandora.


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What Tiffany’s jewelry are you you looking to get? Maybe something from my favorite collection, the “Return to Tiffany” in rose gold. Let us know in the comments below.

Tiffany & Co. Memorial Day 2022 Sale – What to Expect

If you’re holding your breath for Tiffany & Co.’s Memorial Day sale to arrive this holiday weekend then it’s best you start breathing — It’s not coming. Tiffany is one of a handful of brands, such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci and Rolex, that never has any promotional pricing. No Black Friday sales, no Cyber Monday sales or any other types of clearance events.

Why Are There No Discounts?

High-end luxury brands have a few things in common: (1) they are not made for the masses; (2) the upmost effort is put into the quality and finish of the final product; (3) they have some of the best designers in the world that design and create their pieces; (4) these companies stand by their brand with worry-free warrantees; and (5) they have excellent post-purchase support, often including free lifetime cleaning services. In short, you get what you pay for. Anyone that receives something shinny from Tiffany’s should feel special because of the effort that goes into the making of every single item.

But Wait, There’s Good News!

Although not widely advertised, discounts at Tiffany actually do exist. Tiffany offers 10% off the retail price on all engagement rings and wedding bands for active duty, reservists and veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces as a “thank you” for serving our country. As quoted on their site, “those eligible for the discount include fiancés, domestic partners, wives and husbands, even if their U.S. military partner is stationed overseas and unable to come into the store.” Just keep in mind that the offer only applies to engagement rings and wedding bands to those who qualify and can show proof of eligibility — If you’re planning on buying anything else, such as a necklace or bracelet, or you are in the military of a country other than the United States, then unfortunately you’ll need to pay the retail price just like the rest of us.

There’s also a rumor that Tiffany & Co. employees are eligible for an employee discount — We’ve read that it’s as much as 30% off everything except diamonds and even up to 50% off on a certain number of items per year. However, we were unable to independently verify this estimate with an employee directly so this may or may not be entirely true.

Buy Now, Upgrade Later.

OK, so you’re not in the military and don’t have a friend that works at a Tiffany store, and you’re low on cash, but you or your fiancée are still dreaming of that Tiffany ring… what to do? You may want to take a look at Tiffany’s upgrade policy. While it’s not technically a “buy-back” program, Tiffany will take back and let you upgrade any previously purchased, eligible engagement ring for store credit that you can use on a purchase of a new ring. That means you can buy what you can afford today and save up for something bigger and better in the future. Just keep in mind that if you qualify, they will give credit that is equal to your original purchase price, not for the current price of that exact same ring. And as you probably can guess, prices historically go up just about every year.


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What are some of your favorite jewelry pieces at Tiffany? Are you planning on buying for yourself or for your significant other? Let us know in the comments below!