Get Your Gifting Going
It’s already Thanksgiving week (can you believe it?), and that means the gifting season is kicking into high gear. And there are plenty of new Avon offers to share with you! We’re celebrating Black Friday all week long (through Saturday, November 30) with a few incredible perks, use code AVONBLACK on:
- Free shipping on all $20+ orders
- 20% off and free shipping on all $45+ orders
- A complimentary 7-piece gift set, 20% off and free shipping on all $65+ orders (Free with orders of $65+ after 20% discount is applied)
Life of The Party 7-Piece Gift Set includes: Rainbow Cosmetic Bag, Anew Ultimate Day Cream Mini, Avon Flourish Honey Blossom Eau de Parfum Travel Spray, Avon True Color Love at 1st Lash Mascara, Avon Care Silicone Glove Protective Holiday Hand Cream, Avon Care Vita Moist Holiday Hand Cream and Moisture Therapy Intensive Healing & Repair Holiday Hand Cream. Items may be substituted for similar items of equal or greater value based on availability.
I’ll have even more deals next week on https://www.youravon.com/nrago, too, as we head into Cyber Week! And keep the festivities going by shopping My Holiday Gift Guide on my online store. It’s packed with something for everyone on your shopping list!
- Avon Outlet C26: WHILE SUPPLIES LAST. FINAL SALE, NO RETURNS. On the cover: Stone-Accent Beaded Stretch Bracelet. Talk about natural wonders! Our stackable boho bracelets show off your glam gemstones.
$9.99FINAL SALE $2.99. Campaign 25 2019 Avon Outlet Flyer is online until 5 p.m. ET/ 2 p.m. PT, Tuesday 12/10/2019.
- Glam Tidings C26-1: glam tidings. ’Tis the season to sparkle and shine. Avon Campaign 25 – Campaign 26 2019 The Gift of Beauty Flyer is online until 5 p.m. ET/ 2 p.m. PT, Tuesday 12/24/2019.
- The Gift of Beauty C25-26: THE GIFT OF BEAUTY. GO ON, TREAT YOURSELF THIS HOLIDAY SEASON! Avon Campaign 25 – Campaign 26 2019 The Gift of Beauty Flyer is online until 5 p.m. ET/ 2 p.m. PT, Tuesday 12/10/2019.
BLACK FRIDAY FAQ
When is Black Friday? Black Friday is always the day after Thanksgiving.
Why is it called Black Friday? The origin of the term Black Friday is thought to have a couple of origins, but the most popular story says that the name came from the fact that the day’s sales are so great, it can push retailers “into the black.” It is also thought to be called Black Friday because so many people went out to shop that it caused traffic accidents and sometimes even rowdy crowds.
Is Black Friday a holiday? Black Friday is not a federal holiday, but is a public holiday in some States. Many people save their holiday shopping for the day after Thanksgiving as some stores extend their opening hours and offer big sales on Black Friday. Black Friday deals have also become widely shopped online with most retailers.
How did Black Friday start? The earliest evidence of the phrase Black Friday in a shopping context suggests that the term originated in Philadelphia, where it was used to describe the heavy and disruptive pedestrian and vehicle traffic that would occur on the day after Thanksgiving.