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Maybe you’re a Black Friday enthusiast who’s been hunting down post-Thanksgiving deals since the dark days of IRL shopping in actual stores. Or maybe you’ve decided that Black Friday is a capitalist scam of endless despair you’d rather ignore. Or, likely, you’re somewhere in between: Black Friday can feel aggressive, with a barrage of sales-filled emails and commercials blaring in your direction for weeks leading up to Thanksgiving... but it can also be a way to get a decent deal on something.
For those looking to take advantage of this uniquely American holiday for some discount shopping, we’ve gathered up as much sales intel as we could find for go-to kitchen, cooking, and dining destinations.
Cooking Tools and Gadgets
Bed Bath & Beyond: The retailer is doing 20 percent off your entire purchase online and in-stores from Wednesday, November 27, through Friday, November 29, and 25 percent off if you shop in stores (with a coupon) on Thursday November 28, and Friday, November 29. Plus free shipping on all orders through Monday, December 2. Certain items, like Oxo kitchen tools, the Ninja Foodi 5-in-1 Indoor Grill with Air Fryer, and the 5-quart KitchenAid stand mixer, are already on sale.
Equal Parts: The cookware startup is offering 20 percent off sitewide on Cyber Monday, December 2.
Fellow: The sleek housewares brand — you know, the one behind that sexy black kettle you see everywhere — is offering 20% off the entire site, including a variety of bundles, with coupon code THEFELLOWSALE from Black Friday, November 22, to Friday, December 5. And on Cyber Monday, you get a Monty cappuccino mug with every purchase over $150.
Food52: From Friday, November 29 through Sunday, December 1, get 20 percent off orders of $100 with the code BIGSCOOP. On Monday, December 2, get 20 percent off everything with the code STAYALLDAY. As for specific deals: Food52 x Staub’s 4.4-Quart Round Cocotte is $99 through the end of the year; on Friday only, the site’s Five Two Knives will all be on sale, as a set of three or individually. Plus free shipping on everything through Thanksgiving, November 28.
Lowe’s: It may not be your go-to for kitchen gadgets, but the home improvement store will have a few on sale as part of its Black Friday deals, including an 8-quart electric pressure cooker from Bella for $59.99 and the Masterbuilt Electric Smoker for $99, running through Wednesday, December 4.
NutriBullet: The fancy blender brand is offering 25 percent off sitewite with the code THANKFUL19 starting Black Friday. The brand is putting its compact Magic Bullet blender on sale for $29.99 at various retailers, including Target, Best Buy, and Kohl’s (and Amazon already has it for a hair less than that).
Overstock: The sprawling e-comm site has free shipping the whole week of Thanksgiving, plus specific deals on Black Friday (November 28 to November 30) and Cyber Monday (December 1 to December 2), including a Gotham Steel air fryer for $75 and the KitchenAid 3.5-quart stand mixer for $170.
Sur La Table: The kitchenware store already has “Black Friday Early Deals” live — including Staub cocottes for $99.96 and the Le Creuset 5.25-quart round Dutch oven for $199.96 — with more to come (but not yet announced) on actual Black Friday, November 29. On Black Friday proper, it’ll offer a three-piece All-Clad H1 skillet set for $99.96 among other deals on cookware at up to 60 percent off.
Target: Target stores will be open for discounted shopping at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving starting at 7 p.m. on Black Friday, but some of the online deals have started already, including the KitchenAid Classic Plus 4.5-quart mixer for $200 and the Instant Pot-brand blender for $120.
Vitamix: The brand itself has posted discounts, with $60 off the E310 model; $45 to $65 off the A3500 model; and $70 off the A2500 model. You can also find those prices at Sur La Table, Williams-Sonoma, Zola, Amazon, and more.
Walmart: The megastore’s Black Friday “event” starts online at 10 p.m. EST on Wednesday, November 27 and IRL on Thursday, November 28 at 6 p.m. local time. Among the deals? The Instant Pot 6-Quart Duo for $49.
Williams-Sonoma: They’re not labeled as “Black Friday sales” — yet — but there are deals all over Williams-Sonoma’s website right now, from fancy roasting pans to Global knives (a chef favorite). On actual Black Friday, all cookware will be 25 percent off.
Zola: For those filling out their own registries or shopping for marrying couples, the wedding startup is featuring many of the same discounts as other retailers, from the Vitamix A3500 model for $525 to the KitchenAid 5-quart stand mixer for $280.
Home and Dining Stuff
CB2: The home decorating go-to will offer 15 percent off purchases over $100, 20 percent off purchases over $1,500, and 25 percent off purchases over $3,500 with the code SAVEMORE. Free shipping is available for all purchases over $29, with some furniture exclusions.
Crate and Barrel: CB2’s older sister is offering 20 percent sitewide on full-price items from November 25 through December 2 with promo code SAVE20, though there are certain (inconvenient) exceptions, including items from Mauviel and Breville.
Etsy: Not that you really want to bargain with individual makers, but from November 27 through December 2, select items on etsy.com/cyber will be discounted, at up to 60 percent off.
Hay: The Danish home design company will offer 20 percent off sitewide and free shipping from November 29 through December 2.
Pottery Barn: Starting on Black Friday, the online site will offer 25 percent off sitewide and free shipping.
Snowe: The “home essentials” startup selling minimalist dishes, flatware, glasses, and other “tableware” items will offer 20 percent off of orders $75+ and 25 percent off of orders $750+, plus free shipping and returns, from November 25 through December 2.
Verishop: Relatively new to the scene, this highly curated online retailer has a really nice mix of stuff, from stylish modern brands like W&P and Hawkins New York to classics like Staub and Smeg. From now through Thanksgiving, you’ll find up to 70% off sale items and up to 20% off full priced items; from Black Friday through December 1, that will go up to up to 75% off sale items and 25% off full-priced items.
West Elm: West Elm hasn’t officially announced Black Friday sales but is promoting a slew of deals all over its website, including 30 percent off tons of items (flatware, dishes, glasses) in the “Kitchen and Dining” category. Last year on Black Friday, the retailer also offered 15, 20, or 30 percent off all purchases above a certain price total, so keep an eye out next week...
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