Missed out on 2015 Black Friday deals? Not to worry, here are some cyber monday deals in which you might be interested.
Black Friday is over but you can still update your closet by taking advantage of Cyber Monday deals. If you’re looking for sales on designer bags, you can save up to 30% on designer bags at Forzieri.com. To save 30% you would have to make a purchase of at least $750. That means if you purchase a $750 bag between today and midnight Tuesday, you’ll get the bag for $525. A $200 bag purchase comes with a 20% discount. So you can get your hands on a $200 bag for $160. Of course you won’t get the ultimate high end brands; but they do have some cute bags in the $200 price range from brands like Michael Kors, Rebecca Minkoff, Moschino, Marc by Marc Jacobs etc. You can also save on designer shoes during the Forzieri Cyber Monday sale.
At saksfifthavenue.com you can get up to $150 off designer denim. So if you’ve been wanting to try a pair of designer jeans you might want to check out the Cyber Monday deals at SAKS. We got excited and swung by their website, but it turns out you have to buy a pair of jeans that costs at least $500 to get that $150 savings. We were hoping for something like $150 off a pair of $200 jeans. Ha Ha. But you can take $50 off a pair of $250 jeans. So if those savings work for you, hurry on over to saksfifthavenue.com before their sale period ends.
If we could afford them we’d happily purchase these 7 For All Mankind black Coated High-Rise Ankle Skinny Jeans. But even $198 is too steep right now.
For the Ella Moss type of girl you can save 40% off everything at Ellamoss.com
Or swing by dkny.com to check out their 20% off everything Cyber Monday deals.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday – do you really get good deals?
It is our opinion that Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over-hyped. Unless you’re a big spender, you don’t really get savings worthy of all the dredged up excitement. Someone saving $225 on a $750 purchase can call that a deal, assuming the $750 item was really worth $750 to begin with. Someone saving $40 on a $200 purchase, not quite as impressive we don’t think.
We did not do any Black Friday shopping on Friday. The primary reason wasn’t even lack of funds. We didn’t have any money, yeah, but seriously, the sales were so boring. Black Friday was a huge disappointment we have to say. Thumbs down to the retailers–pretty much all of them. There’s nothing exciting about saving $50 off $500.
For all the hype they make over Black Friday you’d expect to be able to make out like a bandit.
One of our best Black Friday experiences was when we were able to purchase almost $600 worth of merchandise (decent quality) for just under $200. That’s the kind of sale that gets us spending.– being able to purchase things we otherwise could not afford. Spending $550 instead of $600, that’s not a sale worthy of all the hype they build up around Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
So we did not buy anything on Black Friday. We wanted to; and we spent a good few hours trying to find great deals; but we just didn’t find any. And to be frankly honest, we’re seriously disappointed.
As for Cyber Monday, we’re not even going to bother trying to look around for deals. We’re near to giving up on trying to find nice things that don’t come with exorbitant price tags. Either we’re going to have to make our own stuff or find a blind 90 year old billionaire who will take us at our word that we’re 20 and look like a Victoria’s Secret model. Of course there’s also the option of working for our money, but we’ve been doing that for years and we still don’t have the money to show. Apparently, the gods still don’t think we’re working hard enough to deserve high end rewards.