WW Weight Watchers Black Friday 2019 Sale

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Thanksgiving is almost here which means it’s time to start getting ready for some of the best deals of the year. And we’re closely watching it all, including Weight Watchers’ annual Black Friday sale! So what’s coming this year?

In terms of what to expect, last year (and the year before that) WW dropped the signup fee for all new members and gave everyone a month free. We expect to see something similar return here in 2019. Of course the moment we know more we will post at an update with everything you’ll need to know right here on Blacker Friday. Check back soon for more news or simply signup to our newsletter and we’ll keep you notified.

Until then, be sure to take a look at all of WW’s current offers and rebates at weightwatchers.com. We’ve seen deals ranging from “buy 4 months for the price of 3” to an offer where if you don’t loose “10 lbs in your first 2 months you don’t pay anything at all”. They also have an entire food section with healthy recipes and fitness ideas (including what you can do at work as well to stay active). Good luck and happy bargain hunting!


How many pounds are you looking to loose? What other weight-loss plans have you already tried? Let us know in the comments (you’ll find the comments section located at the bottom of this page).


Updated on Thursday November 22, 2018: It’s now official — WW’s Black Friday sale just went live a few moments ago!

Visit weightwatchers.com and you can join for free (the $20 Starter Fee waived when you purchase select weight loss subscription plans), get 1 month free (with purchase an eligible subscription plan) and get “The Essential WW Freestyle” cookbook free (while supplies last). Offer ends on November 23, 2018 at 11:59pm EST.

Some exclusions apply so be sure to see the ad posted below for official offer details and terms. Have a nice Thanksgiving weekend!


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

  • 2017: Page 1 and 2.
  • 2016: Page 1.

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