Old Navy Is Having a Huge $1 Sale on Black Friday
Saving your freezing feet might be a good cause enough, but the brand is going above and beyond with its stocking stuffer sale.
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Already planning your Black Friday shopping route? Well, you might want to pencil in a stop to Old Navy—their sale includes a seasonally appropriate version of their famous $1 flip-flop sale. On Black Friday, November 24, you can grab a pair of the brand's cozy socks for only $1.
According to a press release, Old Navy is calling it their “One Dolla Holla” holiday sale. The cozy socks, normally sold for $5, will be available to customers in novelty prints like unicorns and gingerbread men for $1 only. Yes, that’s right—a single dollar. One hundred pennies. Four quarters. This might be the best Black Friday sale yet!
But that’s not the only news—the store is not only selling the socks for an extremely enticing price, they’re also matching every purchase with a $1 donation to the Boys and Girls Club, up to a total donation of $1 million. The donation will be part of an exclusive partnership where Old Navy offers Boys and Girls Club members career coaching and a first job working at Old Navy.
Of course, there are other great deals to be had at Old Navy leading up to Black Friday, on the actual day, and on Cyber Monday. The first “Pre-Party Sale” starts on Thursday, November 16 and goes until Tuesday, November 21. Customers can receive 40 percent off their purchase in store and online during this time. Then, the main event is the official Black Friday Sale, lasting from November 22 until November 24, when customers will have access to deals on thousands of styles $10 and under, and an additional 50 percent off their entire purchase in store an online. Once that ends, shoppers will have access to a 72-hour long Cyber Sale. On November 27 and 28, customers will receive 40 percent off their online purchase. But those who can wait until Monday, November 29, will be rewarded with 50 percent off everything online with no exclusions.
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