Thanksgiving is just about here which means we’re getting ready to chow down on mom’s turkey on Thanksgiving and shop all the Black Friday sales… including at Yoox! So what’s likely coming this year?
Our Yoox Black Friday sale predictions for 2020:
While we still aren’t able to “officially” confirm the specifics, we’re expecting to see a similar Black Friday sale at Yoox to what we saw last year: 30% off all full-priced items and an EXTRA 25% off all sale-marked items (with total savings of up to 90% off!). You can scroll down the page to see the details from last year to get an idea of what’s likely coming. We’re tracking the latest news and will be updating the offers the moment we can confirm what’s coming. Check back soon or join our newsletter and we’ll keep you up to date.
Last Year’s Black Friday Ad
Updated on Friday November 29, 2019: Black Friday is still two days away… But Yoox is not making you wait, their Black Friday sale just went live moments ago!
You’ll have today and tomorrow to shop Yoox’s site to get 30% off all full-priced items and 25% off all sale items. That means the total savings on select clearance items are now up to 90% off. All markdowns are automatically applied to your order so no promo code is needed. Shipping is complimentary with all purchases.
Until then, be sure to check out Yoox’s sale page where you can already pick up some pretty good clearance deals at up to 50% off from brands like Prada, Dsquared2, Roberto Cavalli, Roberto, and others. You can also take a moment to sign up to Yoox’s email newsletter as we’ve seen them send out coupon codes to new customers for 15% off. The complete list of their current offers can be found below. Good luck and happy bargain hunting!
Are you interested in seeing some of Yoox’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.
What are you planning on getting at Yoox during their Black Friday sale this year? Are you shopping for yourself or will it be a gift under the Christmas tree? Let us know in the comments below.