Black Friday is back, with brilliant bargains and deals not to be missed. Landing on the last Friday of November, the shopping extravaganza delivers cut-price offers across major brands from Apple to Zara, Lego and more. Plus there will of course be offers on beauty, tech and home appliances.
The event offers an opportunity to save cash on pricier items in perfect time for Christmas. If you’re stuck for ideas, check out the discounts we’re expecting from The White Company, Dyson and Jo Malone, and stay tuned for the latest updates as we get them.
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Speaking of big-name savings, Ugg is always top of our wishlist thanks to the brand’s wide selection of sheepskin boots, fluffy slippers and accessories. And it’s sale is finally here, with decent discounts on a whole range of its offering.
The premium-priced range covers kids’ sizes as well as adults, meaning there are gifting opportunities for the whole family.
Starting off as warming footwear for Californian surfers in the 1970s, Ugg became synonymous with Noughties style when celebs including Sienna Miller and Kate Moss were pictured wearing the classic boots. Then, with the lockdown in 2020, the brand’s fashion status rose once again, as fluffy slides became a staple buy.
Does Ugg take part in Black Friday?
Yes. Ugg has previously participated in Black Friday, and this year is no different.
Originally loved for its signature chestnut-coloured boots, in a range of heights, Ugg came back with a vengence and made us love it all over again. Case in point, these logo sliders (was £100 now £89.99, Ugg.com), which were featured in our best women’s slippers round-up. Our writer said they’re “undeniably soft and cosy, and thanks to the elasticated band there’s no sliding around”.
If you want something a little more understated. we also love these mule-style slippers with a leopard print trim (was £100, now £89.99, Ugg.com) that still adds a bit of fun.
For the more classic style, the essential short boots (was £160, now £114, Ugg.com) are also in the sale. Available in the aforementioned chestnut colour, as well as black and mole. They suede is water-resistant and the inside is made from the cosiest plush wool to keep your tootsies warm.
If you’re after something else, we’re collating the best discounts from third-party retailers in our fashion deals round-up, where there’s all the info you need about the best early offers.
Does Ugg take part in Cyber Monday?
Yes, last year the brand ran reductions across the entire Black Friday weekend, right through to Cyber Monday. This year it falls on 29 November, and Ugg has stated on its website that its sale will run until Monday 29 November.
When is Ugg’s Black Friday sale in 2021?
The sale has already started and can be found on its dedicated Black Friday page.
When it comes to prepping your shopping list, our tester rated the much-loved Ugg classic mini II boot (£145, Ugg.com) as one of the best Uggs to buy. “These boots have barely left our feet since we put them on”, they said. “One of our favourite details is the pull tabs on the back, which make them easy to put on and take off.” For a practical pick which we rated ideal for rainy days, check out the Ugg tioga hiker waterproof leather boot (£145, Ugg.com).
How much is Ugg’s delivery on Black Friday?
Standard delivery is free on all Ugg purchases. Next-day and Saturday delivery is available for £4.95. You’ll find more information on the brand’s dedicated delivery information page.
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