There’s a ton of Black Friday deals out there to choose from among online and Brick & Mortar establishments. From the GILT mobile-only sale that starts at 5am CST and continuing through the day with mis-priced products to the Black Friday shopping extravaganza planned at Topshop stores and online to many more retailers opening doors as early as thanksgiving night, Chicago has plenty of Black Friday options. That’s good and well but what about the establishments you wish had Black Friday hoopla. What if these establishments below offered deep Black Friday discounts?
Imagine: $19.95 Veuve bottles, $25 1.75L Belvedere Intense, $35 Cakebread wine, Johnnie Walker Blue for $50, you get the idea. With entertaining and holiday party season kicking off how awesome would that be for you to stock up for a fraction of the price?!? I know I would be one of the first in line, not because I like a good drink or 3(because I do) but you know to participate in all the black Friday economic boost and booze.
The new Diptyque on Damen
Imagine the line, the madness, I will cut and scratch a neighbor to get my hands on deeply discounted black Friday prices from Diptyque. I’m being totally honest.
Yes I know it’s inexpensive regardless but imagine if you read that the deliciousness that is Taco al Pastor will be available for $.75 between 6am-9am and you get a shot of whiskey while you wait?(there’s always a line). What!??!!? I will slip on my fat pants from the night before and line up for sure.
Crane’s and William Arthur Stationery
Merely for selfish reasons, what if Crane’s and William Arthur stationery did a big Black Friday blowout? I plan on buying them anyways but how nice would it be to brag that you snagged it on black Friday Blowout and use the money you saved for the bottle of wine you will need while writing out the card?
So yes, should these places decide to go ahead and get in the Black Friday spirit, I will be all
Will you be participating in any black Friday