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Zero exclusions apply to this home decor company's one-day-only offer of 25 percent off. So go ahead and add both the new sink AND matching marble counters to your digital basket. (Because the offer won't stand on Tuesday but your desperately-needs-to-be-remodeled-bathroom will.)
Beginning on Sunday night at 6 PM EST, thousands of items will be marked way, way down on the toy emporium's website. Just a few great things to anticipate: 40 percent off Monster High dolls, all Melissa & Doug products all 50 percent off and $45 savings on the Mega Bloks Halo UNSC Elephant.
For one day only the handbag brand will offer 25 percent off its newly launched bespoke collection—that means YOU choose the color/handle/style/leather combo—along with free monogramming.
For just a 24 hour window, the luxury e-tailer will offer 30 percent off end of season items from top designers like Jil Sander and Mary Katrantzou.
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Not only will your entire order of anything from leather gloves to driver caps be half price, but it'll also ship for free.
Fan of the locally sourced footwear brand will have until midnight Monday evening to get $100 off their purchases of $300 or more. So like, if you buy $1,200 worth of pumps, oxfords and boots you're actually going to SAVE $400. Right? RIGHT?
With the code cybmon, you'll receive 25 off any piece of jewelry (we have our eyes on this amazing deer skull ring), site-wide.
Use the code "25FACE" on Monday, November 26 and you'll get 25 percent off all face products. Or, for 25 percent off everything, sign up for Mally emails on the site's homepage.
Every single sparky/shiny/gem-stone encrusted order of earrings, rings, necklaces and bracelets will be reduced by 25 percent all day long.
Excluding watches, fragrances and hosiery, everything—like as in every single cozy sweater and office-appropriate dress—will be 25 percent off site-wide.
Every single style on this slipper-exclusive site (smoking, furry, ballet—the works) will be marked 20 percent off.
All the bedding site's beautiful things, including premium downy pillows and a pintucked mint green duvets, will be 20 percent off between 12 AM and 11:59 PM.
Almost every pair of sneakers on the website, including those made through Converse Create, will be an additional 25 percent.
Starting Cyber Monday until January 1, all customers will receive a $10 gift card for every $25 spent. So, are you going to buy everyone re-usable water bottles for the holidays, too?
Whether you need a new dress for the holiday party circuit or new blue jeans, you'll get it for 35 off (and shipped for free!) this day only.
The kingpin of Black Friday madness is having one hell of an online event, too, with markdowns in every category imaginable. Some of the biggest savings include a $1498 Samsung 55″ 1080p Class LED Smart 3D HDTV and the Xbox 360 Skylanders Family Fun Bundle for $159. Deals will begin rolling out early as well—on Saturday, November 24—and last until Sunday, December 2.
While the site's limited time offer of 20 percent off everything actually begins on Black Friday, Cyber Monday is when it ends. So don't forget to stop by inbetween surfing all the other sales—who know when you'll find Equipment blouses, tailored Elizabeth and James trousers and Superga sneakers this cheap again?
Most regularly priced items from both the company's main line and sub-labels, like GUESSkids and Marciano, will be marked at between 30 percent and half off.
All those already-affordable shoes, handbags and accessories made even more wallet friendly by recently going on sale will reach bargain basement prices on Monday with an additional 30 percent off. Like these black equestrian-style boots that retailed for $190, are currently $97.99 and soon will be $68.59. Crazy!
In honor of today's discount-driven festivities, this e-tailer is extending its Black Friday promotion—20 percent off full-priced Fall/Winter pieces and free shipping with the code BLACKFRIDAY20—through Monday, November 26 at midnight.  The available brands to choose from include 3.1 Phillip Lim, Carven, Theysken's Theory and many, many more.